Quizcover has three types of purchasable boosters, which then have different effects depending on the type of question you use them on.
These are the three booster types:
|availability||Level 3||Level 1||Level 4|
|icon on Answering Interface|
|icon in booster purchase popup|
In terms of what these boosters cost in Quizcover coins, the price ratio is roughly 1:2:3 (Remove:Reveal:Hint), reflecting the fact that the Reveal booster, wherever it is available, delivers greater value than a mere removal, but a hint is more powerful because it relates to an entire question, not just a single item.
|package of 3||9 coins||19 coins||29 coins|
|package of 9||27 coins||57 coins||87 coins|
|package of 18||49 coins||99 coins||149 coins|
The boosters you buy are stored on your local device (unlike coins, which are device-independent). Therefore, you can't take them with you to another device, and they'll be lost if you delete the app. That's why Quizcover doesn't allow you to own large quantities of boosters at the same time.
Every time you use a booster, the game gives you five extra seconds, which is more than it takes any booster to execute.
If you accidentally use a booster, and if that booster requires you to choose an item, then you can normally cancel the operation instead of selecting an item.
The following matrix shows what effect each booster has with respect to a given question type:
|PickOne||eliminate a false answer option||N/A||get alternative question text leading to the same answer|
|PickSome||eliminate a chosen button||reveal correct state of a chosen button||get number of correct answers|
|MatchTwo||eliminate a pair based on choice of box or movable object||form a correct pair based on choice of box or movable object||color-code all boxes and movable objects: different colors can't go together|