Categories include parallelogram, rectangle, rhombus, square, and trapezoid. The questions test students on different relationships within these categories and range from angle measures all the way up through proofs. Game is interactive, when you click on parallelogram for 200, it will bring you to that question, when you return to the game board, you simply drag a blue square over the 200 spot under parallelogram. All of the slides can be printed out and used as handouts for extra practice. Many of my students wanted copies of all of the questions for their own use and it was easy to export all of the slides to a pdf and post them to google classroom for student use! This is a great tool for review. I have the students in pairs, or small groups, each with a whiteboard for answers. You can have them play however you want but I have all students work on each problem for a specified amount of time and then when time is up, students are awarded points if they have the correct answer along with work.