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Brain Baazi is India’s Live Quiz Show Game like HQ



HQ Trivia aka HQ is currently one of the most popular Live Quiz Show game designed for mobile users. Unlike other quiz apps, which give you nothing for completing Quizzes, HQ gives you money as reward for answering set of questions. While originally, HQ was launched exclusively for iOS running iPhones, but it landed on Android too, a couple of months back.
Thanks to the launch of HQ for Android, the app gained more than 1 million active players. More than 1 million people turn in to answer questions and win the Jackpot prize, which keeps on changing.

Seeing it’s popularity, Times Internet, has launched its own Live Quiz Show, specifically designed for Indian users. The app is known as Brain Baazi, and is now available for download on Google Play. Though HQ app users might call Brain Baazi as copy of the original game, but it has some notable differences too. Like for example, unlike HQ, Brain Baazi is run by Indian, so the questions it ask is related to India.


The Live Show game beings everyday at 1PM, which is good compared to HQ’s difference in time zones. So, that is another plus point in this game. To earn money, or I should say to win money, all you have to do is answer 11 questions.

Answer any one of them wrong and you will be eliminated. But if you life lines, then you will continue to play. You can get life lines in Brain Baazi by sharing the game with your friends.

You can download the game from here and don't forget to use Referral Code: drealstark

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