Quizipedia mines information from online encyclopedia Wikipedia and then presents that information as a fill-in-the-blank, timed quiz.
Sounds like fun, right?
Problem is, the game overlooks one of the most important components of the multiple choice quiz. The possible answers have to be somewhat feasible to make the quiz challenging. You can't just provide random answers to go along with your random questions.
If I ask you "In Calculus, what is the derivative of 'x^2'?" and then give you these answer choices — A) Bacon, B) Miller High Life, C) 2x, D) Walter Payton — you don't really have to have any knowledge of mathematics to realize that equals one crappy Calculus quiz.
But you gotta give the guy some credit: At least he's looking for a way to make Wikipedia fun that doesn't involve vandalizing the Ryan Seacrest page.