Perfect Storm Software has just released an iphone app called “Ask me again : Hitchhiker’s guide to the galaxy edition”. At first you are delighted! But once you’ve bought it (for 0,79 euros – a 50% off introductory sale), and tried it, you’ll be disgusted.

It’s not even pretty, but the worst thing about this Hitchhiker trivia is that there are just 30 questions split in 3 difficulty levels : “Junior shouting officer”, “Hitchhiker” and “hoopy frood”. In the junior officer section, you even have to reply seriously to that question : “The answer to the great question of life, the universe and everything is…?”. I won’t tell you the answer because i don’t want to spoil the fun.

This kind of trivia game should have 200 questions at least, and it shouldn’t be too difficult to make trivia questions with Hitchhiker. The creators promise “live content updating” but they release their app with 30 questions so maybe they will release ten more questions per year – if you’re lucky.

Perfect Storm Software, which describe itself on its website as “a company born from a common desire to achieve excellence” is very similar to the infamous Marketing Division of the Sirius Cybernetics Corporation, and should be best described as “a bunch of mindless jerks that were the first ones up against the wall when the Revolution came.”