Based on social game developer Etermax’s hugely successful trivia game family, new show’s first four episodes are now available on YouTube and YouTube Kids.
Argentina’s Etermax, a leading social game developer and maker of the global phenomenon Trivia Crack (#Triviacrack), today premieres Triviatopia, their new animated series based on the beloved personalities from the hit game. The show is inspired by their hit trivia game family that to date has been installed more than 500 million times worldwide. The first season includes 20 animated shorts of two minutes, developed by Etermax, with a theme song created and sung by multi-Grammy-winning and Emmy-nominated songwriter, composer, producer and musician Jared Faber. The first four episodes are now available on YouTube and YouTube Kids.
“Millions of people, of all ages, already play and learn with the Trivia Crack universe of games, which has become more than a game: today it is a cross-platform entertainment family with worldwide recognition,” Maximo Cavazzani, Etermax founder and CEO, said. “We are proud to further develop our characters in a new series of adventures that will continue to spark wonder and curiosity everywhere.”
Triviatopia is the land of curious minds, lovers of knowledge and adventure seekers. It’s also home to a cast of six quirky, upbeat heroes based on each of the cherished characters from Trivia Crack’s knowledge categories: Tina represents arts and creativity, Hector loves history, Pop sets the trends of the entertainment, Bonzo represents strength in sports, Tito explores geography and Alison brings her knowledge of science. Together they make up a great team, and thanks to the curiosity that characterizes them and their different visions of the world, they never miss the opportunity to learn in each of their journeys.
The show takes families around the world in a journey through time and space to teach messages of acceptance and inclusion. It will also incorporate some of the most popular questions and answers from the mobile game, inviting grownups and children alike to learn the most interesting facts about our planet, ourselves and the universe.
Some of the questions that arise in the show include, “How did the universe begin?” “How can we save the oceans?” “Can we live on other planets?” “When did we start playing soccer?” “What is the smallest living thing in the world?” “How can we reduce our carbon footprint?” “Who’s the woman in the Mona Lisa?”