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Headbutt – An innovative new take on the trivia classic

Headbutt recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund a question based game that looks to put the fun back into trivia.

Gone are the days of simple time based multiple choice answers.  Headbutt pits friends head to head in mini games designed to challenge your brain and your finger dexterity.

The Basics

A game consists of 10 rounds.  Each round is its own mini game based on a question.  Headbutt is developing tons of these. An example would be Duck Duck Goose.  To find the right answer you need to chase off the wrong answers ducks to find the correct answer goose.  The trick is your playing head to head with your friend, speed matters.  The faster you find the goose the more points you get.  Points are added up for the 10 rounds of different mini games The one with most points at the end wins. 

Headbutt you friends

All games are played head to head.  You need to be clever but fast.  Headbutt present a game show style presentation that lets you see when your friends buzz in.  Our games screen lets you organize your facebook friends, manage your challenges, and find new ones.

Good Questions

You need questions that are challenging but not impossible, interesting without being obvious, and relevant enough to appeal to the masses.  Headbutt developers do not pretend to be expert question writers, so they have enlisted some professionals to get the right question database built.


Headbutt looked at today’s smartphones with all the taps, swipes, pinches, shakes and every way else we can interact with a phone and said “Now, that’s how I would want to answer a question.”  Headbutt is also adding in lots of animations, some great graphics, and an engaging UI.

The campaign can be found on the Kickstarter site and at the link below. Headbutt is also on:

<a href="http://www.facebook.com/headbutt">Facebook </a>

or on

 <a href="http://headbutttrivia.com">headbutttrivia.com </a>


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