As Trivia Crack declines, aa on the rise
By Austin Brush and Ashley Johnson
Posted March 2, 2015
Trivia Crack was once a fairly popular game around Aitkin High School, but it has started to lose steam and is now less popular. A student from AHS, Savannah Matheny said, “I don’t know. I guess it just wasn’t as good as people thought it would be.”
As the fall of Trivia Crack continued, the rise of aa began. Another student of AHS, Thomas Coyle, put in his opinion on both games. When asked about Trivia Crack, he said, “I think it is sometimes fun, but it kinda got old. I like it because it is fun to challenge people, such as friends. One thing I would change about it would be to make subcategories of the game.”
When asking about “aa” he said, “I am not a very big fan, because it is very redundant, I guess…” and once asked if he could change one thing about the game, or the company, he said, “Get rid of it.” Will there ever be a game that will satisfy our society? All we can do is try.