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September 7th, 2011, 02:30 PM   #1
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Want to help make math questions for a quiz game?

Hey guys,
I represent an online quiz game called 'Game Of Nerds' which I've developed over the last year with a friend and which we launched two months ago. The game (in which users can compete in 15 archetypically 'nerdy' categories such as biology, physics, chemistry, math, computers, science fiction, video games, etc.) is doing pretty well, but some of the quiz categories are lagging behind the others in number of questions, meaning that they're easier for players to just memorize. One of those categories is, you guessed it - math.

That's why I'm here - to encourage anyone interested to drop by and unload some of your awesome physics knowledge (as well as physics/biology) by creating questions using our handy 'Create Questions' page. It's all accessible from the game interface and pretty easy to figure out. The game is pretty dependent on having a decent number of questions in each category so it doesn't get repetitive.

The address is http://www.gameofnerds.com, if anyone's interested. If you have any questions about the project or the request for help, you can use this thread or mail me at admin@gameofnerds.com. Thanks in advance.
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