See if you can solve the Herculean quiz in this fascinating trivia game. This quiz has some questions that are related to various forms of famous art and literature. You will need to progress through the game and answer all of the questions.
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Description: See if you can solve the Herculean quiz in this fascinating trivia game. This quiz has some questions that are related to various forms of famous art and literature. You will need to progress through the game and answer all of the questions correctly in order to win this game, but you must remember that you have only two lives throughout the quiz.
If you answer a question incorrectly you lose one life. If all lives are gone then you will need to start over!
This game features interesting and rather serene visuals that help immerse the player in the action while answering the various difficult questions. The game also includes some quality sounds such as the ding sound that plays when the player gets a correct answer as well as the buzz sound that occurs when the player answers the question incorrectly.
Will you become the next quiz master? Play this game and you shall find out!
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