Many video games require quick thinking and fast reflexes that constantly engages the player's mental faculties and affects reasoning, deduction and problem-solving skills. That has been the theory, anyway. So it's interesting, then, that the game that may finally prove the point isn't a video game in the traditional sense at all.
Which Brazilian footballer, who plays for AC Milan, recently won the European player of the year award? Who is the new Anglican archbishop? What will South Africa's newest coal power station in Limpopo be called? Who received the first Mo Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Leadership this year? These are some of the brain teasers for our end-of-year quiz.