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Subject: Trivia game - need to reveal sources??? rss

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Michael Finnegan
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Hi everyone... I am in the process of creating a trivia card game, and I'm wondering if I need to reveal the sources for each question/answer. I own some similar styled games, and it seems that some games DO reveal the source for each question/answer, while some DO NOT.

I figure some of you might know if revealing trivia sources is a requirement? ...courtesy? ...totally optional?

Thanks!

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'Bernard Wingrave'
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I think it's a good idea, especially since some questions have answers that change depending on the year or the source. If you put "According to the New York Times on November 27, 2012" at the start of your question, it will get rid of those ambiguities.
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