"You’re cold, you’re getting warmer, you’re burning up…” Does that bring back memories?

Dive into this totally addictive game and have fun while testing your general knowledge!

Following the success of 94s and 94% with almost 30 million downloads, check out the third game from SCIMOB, 94°, the trivia game for testing your general knowledge!

A game with simple rules and no registration: one image with one hot zone and it’s up to you to place your pins! The closer you are, the warmer you get! Yep, you guessed it, the correct answer is at 94°!

Play more than 1,000 levels with questions and puzzles about varied topics like world geography, brand logos, the human body, astrology, historic dates, geometric figures, musical instruments and lots more!

The game gets progressively harder, with different quiz questions like:
- Where is China?
- Where is the guitar?
- Where are the triceps?
- The average weight of a hippopotamus?
- The colors in Google’s logo?
- The maximum speed of an eagle?
- The height of the Statue of Liberty?
- The location of the stigma on a flower?

You can’t know everything (at least before you play), so to help you, we’ll give you two jokers:
-The compass, if you’re lost, to show you the path to follow.
-The dice that, once rolled, hint at the exact location of the response.

Not convinced? Come and try it! It’s free, and even though it’s crunch time to study for exams, come learn something new with 94°!

You can play in French, English, Spanish, German, Russian, Japanese or Portuguese.”

What’s New

Version 3.0.5

Minor fixes.
Keep playing!

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
2.5K Ratings

2.5K Ratings

unigator ,

Super cool, but.....

I know I’m kind of nit picking, but I’m one of the levels, it asked me to identify a cello. Now, there wouldn’t be a problem if there was actually a cello in the picture. The only stringed instruments out of the 4 (violin, viola, cello, double bass), were a large violin that could be mistaken for a viola and a double bass. Sure they all look kinda similar however the top of the bass is more slanted upwards AND the tuning pegs face backwards. A cello is essentially a large violin without a chin rest. This isn’t a huge deal, but as a cello player, I’m disappointed.

Blerbadeeblahblah ,

Needs work

It’s a pretty fun game that tests your knowledge visually, but it could be better. The issues I’ve come across so far are issues that I’m surprised are even there.

For example, on the iOS version, once you get into the triple digit levels (which can happen fairly quickly because the beginning is very easy), the name of the object or idea you’re looking for gets cut off. E.g. “Lvl 121: Squ...” for “square.” Some of them you can figure out, but there are a few that I am absolutely not able to tell what they say.

Another issue is the decimal places and commas in numbers. They’re switched, like in some places in Europe. E.g. “2,56” for 2.56. Now, that’s fine for people from other countries used to that, but the language I actually selected and would like to play the game in is USA English, because that’s what I understand and am used to. It doesn’t change the actual language, only the decimals in numbers. It gets confusing, and since you have a limited amount of guesses, I would like to get as many right as possible the first time.

I feel as if these issues should not exist and should be easy to fix, and would make me feel better about playing the game.

Krakenpursuer ,

A fun way to kill time

I got this game a couple weeks ago an I’ve just finished. I played it whenever I had down time at school or work. Unlike some other games where you run out of lives very quickly, the amount of pins given for free is more than reasonable. You also have the opportunity to get more if you watch a short ad. The challenges get increasingly harder, which is also good. The compass and dice hints are nice additions, though I personally only tried each one time just to see what they’re like. I would definitely recommend if you like trivia games and are looking for something to play in your spare moments throughout the day.

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