- Per Jenny Barbour
(Associate Producer) via PS Blog today:
Hey there BUZZ! fans! Ever since BUZZ! Quiz TV debuted in September, we've been bringing you downloadable packs on a monthly basis to help you keep the fun going.
Now, just in time for the holidays, we're rolling out the latest all-new quiz pack: National Geographic: Undersea.
If you're new to BUZZ! Quiz TV, and you're worried about getting pwnd by current BUZZ! masters, don't panic! We've created this handy video to help you become an expert BUZZ! player, guiding you through the technical ins and outs of gameplay. Watch the video, then impress your friends and family with your amazing skills.
Available on December 23, the National Geographic: Undersea quiz pack will challenge you to test your nautical knowledge with over 500 questions like these:
WHICH FISH IS THE WORLD'S FASTEST SWIMMER?
* NORTH ATLANTIC COD
* SEA BASS
WHAT DO SPONGES EAT?
* NUTRIENTS DRAWN IN THROUGH THEIR PORES
* FISH CAUGHT WITH THEIR SHARP TEETH
* EELS KILLED BY EMITTING CHEMICALS
* NOTHING, THEY DO NOT NEED FOOD
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING HAS THE MOST CONTROL OVER THE TIDES?
* THE MOON
* THE EARTH
* THE SUN
The National Geographic: Undersea pack isn't the only way to expand your catalog of BUZZ! questions. If you haven't already, be sure to check out the five other downloadable quiz packs that are already available, including National Geographic: Safari, Sci-Fi, Videogames, Horror and Comedy.
And if that still doesn't satisfy your thirst for new questions, you can always visit mybuzzquiz.com
to view the hundreds of new quizzes created by your fellow BUZZ! fans each day. We've had more than 20,000 user-created quizzes uploaded to the North American MyBUZZ site, and that has amounted to more than 600,000 plays of those quizzes.
Consider adding to those numbers by creating your own personalized trivia to stump your friends and family at your holiday gatherings.
We are always looking for new ways to expand the BUZZ! fun and we have lots of surprises in store over the next few months...stay tuned!
And happy holidays!