Google Feud


Family Feud is an extremely popular game show started in the United States back in the 1970s. It’s had a series of hosts over the few decades it’s been aired on television, with the most recent host being comedian Steve Harvey.

In the show, two families compete against each other in order to win money. There are four or five rounds where the contestants have to guess the popular answers to questions they are given. Whoever succeeds goes to the bonus round called Fast Money, where the goal is to get the top answers to five questions in about 20 seconds. If the two family members playing fast money reach 200 points, then they get 20,000 dollars.

Google Feud is based on the popular game show just with no actual cash on the line. The difference between Google Feud and Family feud is that the results are based on autocomplete suggestions from google so this adds a different layer to the game. You start by choosing a category and then have to guess the answers. Three strikes and then you’ll have no choice but to start over from the beginning.

This game can be played right on your browser with a keyboard and mouse. It’s simple on the surface, but sometimes trying to think of answers can cause what we like to call a brain fart. The words are somewhere in the back of your mind. However, your brain refuses to work properly for some reason or another.

Google Feud can frustrate, but you will quickly find out how addicting it is. Fail a round? Well, we promise you, you will start over and trying to see if you can finish the game without striking out.

Too bad Steve Harvey isn’t there to narrate. That would certainly add to the fun!