To display the game animations during presentation a Qwizdom Connect presentation:

  • Using computer mouse – click on the animation Game icon on the Qwizdom Toolbar.
  • Q7 Tablet – press the show2_24 Show icon.
  • Q6i Instructor Remote – press the right arrow key.*
  • Q5RF Instructor – press the number (7) Show key.

* Features only work in Qwizdom Connect Software.

Baseball
Two teams are needed to play Baseball, which the program will automatically group by remote numbers: odd number remotes vs. even number remotes. The outcome of the game depends on the number of correct responses of each team for each question.

  1. Click the CPresent Present button.
  2. The Presentation Setup window appears.
  3. Select a Participant List.
  4. Select how you would like to save the results.
  5. Click the Presentation drop-down arrow and select Baseball.
  6. Select the options you would like available during presentation.
  7. Click OK to start the presentation.
  8. The Baseball setup window will display the odd and even remote numbers in their respective teams.
  9. A batter appears for the team that is up; followed by a question slide.
  10. Participants from both teams will send in their responses.
  11. The outcome of each play is determined by the number of responses from each team. The game will go in favor of the team with the most correct responses in the least amount of time.
  12. The winning team will be displayed when all questions have been answered or when the game has ended.

Fast Track
Fast Track is a race car game in which points are rewarded based on the response time of each remote.

  1. Click the CPresentPresent button.
  2. The Presentation Setup window appears.
  3. Select a Participant List.
  4. Select how you would like to save the results.
  5. Click the Presentation drop-down arrow and select Fast Track.
  6. Select the options you would like available during presentation.
  7. Click OK to start the presentation.
  8. A question slide appears.
  9. Participants will send in their responses.
  10. Points are awarded by correct responses sent in the least amount of time.
  11. The winner will be displayed when all questions have been answered or when the game has ended.

Mars Mission
Mars Mission is a space ship game in which points are rewarded based on the response time of each remote.

  1. Click theCPresent Present button.
  2. The Presentation Setup window appears.
  3. Select a Participant List.
  4. Select how you would like to save the results.
  5. Click the Presentation drop-down arrow and select Mars Mission.
  6. Select the options you would like available during presentation.
  7. Click OK to start the presentation.
  8. A question slide appears.
  9. Participants will send in their responses.
  10.  Points are awarded by correct responses sent in the least amount of time.
  11. The winner will be displayed when all questions have been answered or when the game has ended.

Quandary
Quandary is a Jeopardy-like game where users select various dollar amount questions from a game board. 25 slides (questions) are recommended in order to fill the game board.

For best performance, we recommend no more than 10 participants responding in this game. (Larger groups can break into teams, with each team sending responses through a single remote or QVR device.)

  1. Click the CPresent Present button.
  2. The Presentation Setup window appears.
  3. Select a Participant List.
  4. Select how you would like to save the results.
  5. Click the Presentation drop-down arrow and select Quandary.
  6. Select the options you would like available during presentation.
  7. Click Settings. The Quandary Configuration window appears. Quandary Configuration is where the game options are set up for presentation.
    CQuandaryConfig
  8. Enter the name of each topic. Each topic represents a category of questions.
  9. Enter the slide numbers related to the particular topic. Each slide represents a different dollar amount in each category (starting from 100 to 500).
  10. Select the scoring option for the game.
  11. You can use pre-existing groups (created in the Participants tab) or have the game create temporary groups (which the program will assign) for the current presentation.
  12. Click OK. You will be taken back to the Presentation Setup window.
  13. Click OK to start the presentation.
  14. The Team Members screen appears displaying remote numbers in each group.
  15. Click Categories to start the game.
  16. The game board will display with the categories and dollar amounts.
  17. Select a dollar amount from a category. A question slide appears.
  18. Participants will use the remotes to send in their responses.
  19. Team points are based on the number of correct responses from each team member. Individual scores are based on how fast the user was able to send in the correct answer because the first remote to send in the correct answer receives all the points for that question.
  20. The winning team will be displayed when all questions have been answered or when the game has ended. The individual winner can be determined in the Player Scores screen.