Currently, both free and Pro (paid) versions are only available in native iPhone versions but an iPad version is coming soon (the iPhone version will work on iPad but is at iPhone size).
Scoring is based on how many right answers you get and how fast you enter those correct questions. There is a 15 second timer for each of the 10 questions in a round (Pro version - Free version allows 20 seconds). To get a perfect 150 on the Pro version you would have to answer all 10 questions correctly very quickly. For example, my top score of 132 means I answered all 10 questions correctly and only took a combined total of just under 2 seconds to enter those answers (the scoring is a bit more complex than that but that will get you the general idea).
Now, don't panic and think the game is impossible. While I dislike that there is no buffer or pause to allow you to read the question before the timer starts, the timer pauses while you read the answer explanation after entering a guess/answer. The time counted is only the time a live question is on your screen.
I imagine as more people play the game more often the scores recorded will increase dramatically as questions/answers are memorized so that the speed increases.
Types of Questions
The mix of questions is good so that you are not likely to get a run of 3 or 4 of the same type of question in a game. Expect a good mix of equipment questions, technique quiz, and general trivia in each set of 10 questions.
Differences Between Paid (Pro) and Free Versions
- Paid/Pro Edition
- 100 Questions asked 10 at a time
- 150 Top Score Possible
- More Difficult Questions
- 15 Second Timer Per Question
- Marathon "Extended Play" Option to Answer all 100 Questions in a Single Round for 99Cents Additional
- Free Edition
- 50 Questions asked 10 at a time
- 100 Top Score Possible
- Easier Questions
- 20 Second Timer Per Question