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simple music quiz game using your own music files

auralquiz is a music quiz game that scans a users selected folder of music and creates a quiz using the tags from the audio files. A sample of a random song is played and the player must answer a question about the sample from either multiple choice buttons or for hardcore difficulty, type in the correct answer. Up to 8 players can play in a turn based mode with scoring based on points, with more points given by answering the question faster.




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License:GPLv2orlaterDebian20 March 2013
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Date 2013-03-20
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