Akinator - In order to begin the questionnaire, the user must hit the play button and think of a popular character (musician, athlete, political personality, actor, fictional film/TV character, YouTuber, Viner etc.). It then begins asking a series of questions (as much as required), with

Akinator Web App  

Rating: 4.3
Platform: Android, iOS, Web browser, Microsoft Windows, more
Date Published: 2007
Author: Elokenceo

Application Description:
In order to begin the questionnaire, the user must hit the play button and think of a popular character (musician, athlete, political personality, actor, fictional film/TV character, YouTuber, Viner etc.). It then begins asking a series of questions (as much as required), with "Yes", "No", "Probably", "Probably not" and "Don't know" as possible answers, in order to narrow down the potential character. If the answer is narrowed down to a single likely option before 25 questions are asked, the program will automatically ask if the character it chose is correct. If the character is guessed wrong three times in a row, then the program will prompt the user to input the character's name, in order to expand its database of choices. It predicts the answer based on the tree match algorithm. AKI AWARDS can be rewarded for guessing a new Character. After a new update, the user is able to purchase accessories for the genie with money obtained in-game. In the first 20 questions alone, there are about 1,048,576 combinations.

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