I watched a twitch streamer long time ago that sometimes played Roblox. He played this Roblox map that I thought was really funny to watch and I think it can provide a lot of content. It is a unique twist on Trivia (If you know this Roblox map, please reply and link).
How to play This is an FFA game hack-n-slash game with 3 or more players. The objective of the game is to simply kill the most players.... while answering trivia. All players spawn in the center spread out and cannot move. Their screen is locked onto one of the wall where the wall is displaying a random trivia. The trivia questions are setup to have an A and B answer. To answer A, you move to the left, to answer B, you move to the right. After a moment has passed, players gain control of their character and they must answer by walking a few paces to the left or right. During the answering phase, all characters participating cannot see each other, that means you cannot exploit the next stage coming up: Once everyone answered, everyone will be revealed and we move into the battle phase. Players are then put into an A vs B team and fight for the death, kills give you points and being part of the winning team gives you fraction points. After X amount of questions, the specific player who has the most
On the spot ideas As I type this post out of boredom, im thinking of some ideas: - To make things even, you can come up with questions that can be interpreted two ways. That way you will always have players choosing both sides. - you can probably create a Sudden Death for tie conditions like respawn all the tied 1st players and all FFA. - Maybe theres random weak abilities that spawn during each battle - Maybe instead of a simple hack-n-slash battle, consider quick mini-games design for two teams. Check out Mario Party or Raynor Party examples. - why just 2 answers, maybe 3 or more? - How about a question where you have to type a specific number and the people that get it right gets a big boost (and that big boost can be anything to abilities, or more health, or extra points for killing) - opposite of previous idea: ppl die on that round if they don't answer the correct number - remove the hack-n-slash aspect altogether and just make it into a pseudo You Don't Know Jack type of map. Think of the map: SCDebates