Trivia Bound for Club Bing
Lovable (and nerdy!) librarian Dewey D is your host in this terrific trivia contest!
Play the game at: http://www.club bing.com/Pages/ Games/GameList.aspx? game=Trivia_Bound&tab= all+games&fbid= Q7y8ivQYoBa&wom=false
Tags: Club Bing games online games trivia Microsoft
Added: 4 years ago
[as the "Trivia Bound" games begin, a large pink worm (wearing glasses) asks the player the question "Which U.S. President is the most well spoken?"]
[cut to the worm sitting on a catalog card ("Public Library, No. 4781") as the player types in their first answer, "Bill Clinton"]
[the player types in their second answer ("John F Kennedy") as the camera zooms out to reveal the search results for that term on the Bing home page ("1-10 of 2,440,000 results for 'well spoken President John F Kennedy'")]
[the camera zooms back in on Dewey D and his catalog card, as the player types in two more answers ("Barack Obama" and "Gerald R Ford") before time runs out]
Club Bing (previously Live Search Club) was a group of online word games by Microsoft that lasted from April 2007 to May 2012. Players who completed or partially completed a game earned "tickets" (originally up to 1000 per day, then later reduced to 500) that may be exchanged for Microsoft or other products. The site was credited with a significant increase in market share for the search engine Bing.
Blockdot is a branded entertainment and game studio based in Dallas, Texas and owned by Media General, that builds many of the games for Microsoft's Club Bing, such as "Trivia Bound" (multiplayer trivia contest consisting of five rounds of questions, where players score points by inputting answers that rank the highest on a Bing search query).
Join Dewey D the Book Worm for five rounds of fun in this multiplayer trivia contest!
Solve Dewey D's questions and score points by writing in answers that receive the highest rankings on a Bing search query. In the final "speed" round, fill in the highest scoring answer before your opponent does and you'll get first crack at the next question!