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  • Summary: Do you have the wits to come out on top in this exclusive PlayLink quiz game? Test your pop culture and entertainment knowledge from the '80s, '90s, '00s and 2010s, in a fun, accessible and madcap game show which uses your smart device as the controller.

    Up to six of you can go
    Do you have the wits to come out on top in this exclusive PlayLink quiz game? Test your pop culture and entertainment knowledge from the '80s, '90s, '00s and 2010s, in a fun, accessible and madcap game show which uses your smart device as the controller.

    Up to six of you can go head-to-head, with thousands of unique questions, a variety of themed environments and eight unique characters to choose from. From '80s Gamer Girl to Hip Hop Guy, there are plenty of retro-styled personalities to meet in your quest to scale the Pyramid of Knowledge.

    Get the edge on your opponents with brand new Power Plays which let you lock your foes' screens, zip up their answers, and more. And with four new touch screen challenges, you have the chance to mix things up in a time-based score attack mode.
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  1. Nov 13, 2018
    75
    Knowledge is Power: Decades is a fun trivia game that, like its predecessor, wasn’t meant to be a longterm experience. It serves its purpose, brings some fun trivia (sometimes difficult trivia) to the forefront, and delivers a bit more variety when it comes to special moves in the game. It doesn’t try to change things too much from what made it work the first time around, so don’t expect something drastically different.
  2. Nov 13, 2018
    50
    Knowledge Is Power: Decades is still the solid quiz game that its predecessor was, but other than that it's hard to argue a case for its existence. The visual style is fun and appealing, but the format is still too light on questions and there's not much in this year's edition that wasn't already in the original. It certainly does its job, but not much else.