Today's my birthday, so in the spirit of the hobbits, I'll give you a gift!
Don't get too excited, it's a small one, but I think it is something you haven't seen. I am always on the lookout for alternative online quizzes to compete with Kahoot and Blooket. This isn't on their level, but is very different, which gives it a nice twist. Introducing Image Quiz!
The idea behind this is the old adage a picture is worth a thousand words. I teach a mythology class, so I took an image of the Egyptian death journey that we study in class. Then I uploaded the image and picked areas on the image to label. It was super easy to do so. When students bring up the image, they select START and it will start to give them the labels and they click on the part of the image that reflects that label. For example, if it says Ammut, they will click the part of the image that has Ammut in it.
If you want to give it a test run, try my Death Journey one: http://www.imagequiz.co.uk/quizzes/5641603758686208
This isn't perfect. While it is a competition for speed, it is not as easy to figure out a clear winner as the top scores list only goes by number correct and not time, so your students may get a faster time than what is on the Top Scores page, but not be listed in the top scores. Also, tying an image into English isn't as easy as biology or some other lesser course. :) However, when you have an image that could be labeled, say a character chart or something, then it serves as something different than what every other teacher in your school is using. I use this for this one activity only and the students get a kick out of it.
Give it a shot, and if you create on that could be useful to English classes (or various English electives), then post a link for us in the comments!