Some of the questions are a bit ambiguous or poorly worded as a result of the kind of automatic prompting they've set up. Apart from that most of the poor reviews seem to stem from disingenuous people who appear to simply take issue with the app based on their own political identity. That said it needs better formatting.
APP: "Says [something] [someone]" ME: "Yep, I remember him saying that - swipe True" APP: "WRONG!! That thing he said wasn't true. You should feel like a moron." Words - they mean stuff. Make it unambiguous what you're asking.
You're going to be asked to rate statements as true and, if someone said something. There is very little distinction between the two. It would be great if the game made that clearer.
Confusing... am I supposed to be guessing if people actually said these things, or am I guessing whether what they claim is true or false?
It's wonky. Can't read long passages without it swinging left or right. Still fun,though.
Confusing interface, the claims are written in a convoluted order and the text is sometimes cut off.
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