How to Play?
Tribual is a simple game. Each game or match-up consists of five
questions given to you and your opponent. The player with more correct
answers wins; in the case that you and your opponent have the same
number of correct answers, the winner is the one who has answered in
less time. If the number of correct answers and the time are the same
for both players, the match-up is considered a tie. Players start with
2,000 points, and as they win and lose match-ups, their points and
their ranking change. The points that are in play in each match-up
vary depending on the ranking of both players.
What are tribes?
Tribual has different types of questions, and the game can be played
in different languages. By changing the language, you can play against
another set of players (if you understand the language, of course!).
But there are also groups for specific topics, like Mathematics and
Geography, which are called tribes. That means that within a language,
you can change your tribe, vary the question topics, and compete in
Tribual is a game created by CodeSyntax.