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Want to show off your TV and movie trivia knowledge to your friends? Or need a quick mental break from watching new content? Here are ten movie trivia games to play today! For Likewise games, all you need is a Likewise account, and you can play these movie trivia and quizzes for free! Simply select the movie trivia games you’re interested in and follow the prompted instructions. Prefer card games and board games around the coffee table? Scroll to the bottom of the list for trivia games that don’t require a screen. 1. Flikdle Wordle, the smash-hit word puzzle game that took the world by storm in late 2021, has inspired a whole slew of similarly entertaining themed puzzles. Many of these TV and movie Wordle-inspired games have a visual element. One of them in Flikdle. Like Wordle, Flikdle gives the player six tries to correctly guess the five-letter answer. Flikdle is a daily movies quiz and the game begins with viewing a still from a TV show or movie. No luck on the first guess? You will be given another still from the same movie or show. The main difference between Flikdle and Wordle is that with Flikdle, you can play games from previous days. And trust us — it gets tougher as you keep going! 1. FlikTok Do you have a highly visual brain? Perhaps even a photographic memory? Then you will be a whiz at FlikTok, an online film quiz. When playing FlikTok on your Likewise TV account, an image from a movie will pop up on your screen. Type in your guess for the name of the film. Wrong guess? A new image from the same movie comes next. Does the first image have you stumped? To skip to the next image, press “Submit” and keep guessing! 1. FlikTok TV Do you prefer binging series to watching movies? There’s a game just for you! FlikTok TV is the same concept as FlikTok, but for TV shows instead of movies. First, pull up your Likewise TV account and select FlikTok TV from the Games options. An image from a TV show will pop up on your screen. Take your best guess for the name of the show. Pro tip: Ask friends nearby for help — we won’t tell! If you guess incorrectly, a new image from the same TV show comes next to give you another chance. If you’re still stumped, skip to the next image, by pressing “Submit.” Good luck! 1. Nflxdle Netflix: we know it and you can bet we love it here on Likewise TV — which is why we create Netflix-themed free movie quizzes! Are you a buff at Netflix originals? So much so that you could recognize the cover art for a Netflix original show or movie, even if it was extremely pixelated? It’s time to find out! Nflxdle tests your visual knowledge by showing a pixelated version of the program’s cover art. It gets a little less pixelated and a little more clear with each guess. Try to guess correctly in as few guesses as you can. Here’s the tricky part: Netflix has different versions of cover art for the same show or movie! 1. Moviedle This one is for the super competitive movie lovers out there! Moviedle is full of challenging, timed movie quizzes for those who like games with a little thrill. So take a deep breath and get ready to name the correct movie in six seconds or less. You will be given six hints in the form of movie clips. This one is fun to play with friends: the more brain power, the better your chances. Have a designated person to write in the answer, but all can shout out guesses. (Don’t worry, the movies aren’t super obscure, they are well known and loved from the past decade.) It’s a daily puzzle, which will reset every day at midnight in your time zone. 1. Posterdle If you are a whiz at identifying movie posters, we’ve got the movie trivia games online for you. This game is the result of movie posters meeting Wordle. The difference is, Wordle isn’t timed! Players have 20 seconds to guess the movie poster based on clues given. Like Nflxdle, players are given a pixelated image that they must decipher. But with Posterdle, it is not limited to Netflix originals: players will benefit from a wide breadth of movie poster knowledge. The image starts out very pixelated, and gradually gets more focused as the seconds tick away. Players are given six guesses. Again, the more brain power the better! Sound tough? The good news is that many movie posters include the film title. So if your brain is better at recognizing words or fonts, you may have a slight edge. The game resets every 24 hours. 1. TVdle This TV quiz also has six guesses within a 20 second time limit. It’s a daily game that changes every 24 hours. The image comes together over time, starting out as just tiny separated squares of an image from the show. Press “Start” to begin: the game won’t begin until you’re ready. Need to stop the clock? Press “Guess.” But the clock starts back up again if you guess incorrectly or click “I don’t know.” Winning is quite satisfactory: seeing you correctly guessed in a handful of seconds is pretty cool. Can’t get enough TV and movie trivia? These classic offline games are fun to play with friends and family. 1. DVD Game: Scene It This board game is one long movie quiz. Scene It has different themes, for Harry Potter, Seinfeld, and many different beloved movies and television series. Put the DVD in your DVD player and move your piece along the board. Toss the die for how many moves to go forward and which challenge you must complete: a trivia question, a Buzz card, or a DVD challenge. The DVD challenge means you must watch a scene on screen and answer a trivia question about it. It is super interactive for at least two players or more. Allow approximately half an hour to complete a game. Those who got the vintage versions before being discontinued in 2012 will remember Scene It fondly. Originally created to be a DVD game, as of 2022, Scene It has now been revamped for streaming devices. 1. Classic Trivia Game: Trivial Pursuit: Horror Movie Edition Trivial Pursuit is one of the most well-loved board games. This version is especially for horror fanatics. You’ll never run out of questions: what other movie trivia games have 600 questions that cover 100 years of horror movie history? That’s right: this game is for serious fans only of all subgenres of horror, from zombie flicks to psychological thrillers. Intended for players aged seventeen and up for two or more players. Allow 30 minutes for play. Roll the die to see which category of question you must answer: slasher, international, paranormal, psychological, monster, or gore/disturbing. You don’t have to worry about a large board game with this travel-friendly mini pack: it’s got all the entertainment of a full sized game. 1. Card Game: Cinephile Cinephile is a card game with 150 cards that offers ultimate playability and flexibility with varying levels of play: easy, intermediate, and expert. With different difficulty levels, no one will feel ostracized in a large group of film fans. But in a more niche group of total film nerds, you can let your geek flag fly and show off your breadth of cinema knowledge. In the easy version, players win by naming more films by the name of the actor on the card they select at random than the other players. In the next round, a player chooses another card and another actor. Cinephile is one of the most unique movie quiz games because it offers five different ways to play. Another method is timed. Without looking, pick a card from the deck, and guess as many films as you can based upon the clues given by the other players. The tricky part? The clues cannot contain words from the film title on the card. Cinephile is a super fun card game to play in groups.
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