Projects / Auralquiz


Auralquiz is a simple music quiz game that uses your own music files. It plays short pieces of music files from your folders and presents a question and several answers about the current song. The faster the answer, the more points you receive. Up to eight people can play in a turn-based mode. In the highest difficulty level, instead of having the buttons, the player must type the answer. Symbols like "!", "-", "." etc are filtered out, and it's not case sensitive, so it's a little easier to answer correctly.

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  •  12 Apr 2012 22:12

    Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. It fixes compilation with the new GNU GCC 4.7, and adds French and Italian translations.

    •  03 Feb 2012 02:35

      Release Notes: This release adds a Czech translation and man page. Better song shuffling. Shows the progress bar while analyzing music. Reworked ranking with basic statistics. A fix for a bug with 4-button-mode and very long titles/artist names. Other small fixes.

      •  28 Dec 2011 23:54

        Release Notes: Translation files are included in the binary as resources and are loaded correctly. Metadata analysis is faster and performed using TagLib, which is a new dependency. Sound control now relies on Phonon States, and works better with all backends. Hardcore difficulty level now uses the "Type-the-answer" mode. A "Reload music" button was provided for use when there are new files or some have been moved/deleted. Several visual changes were made.


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