Google Feud is a fun quiz game that puts a twist on a popular American TV show where participants need to finish a phrase they are given based on what they believe would be the most popular ending for that particular phrase. Here’s the fun part: instead of trying to predict random survey results you need to make your guesses for the appropriate Google searches! There are 10 correct answers that correspond with the engine’s autocomplete suggestions, and it’s up to you to figure them out.
Let’s say your Google Feud game starts with word: “sparkling”. You need to type in what you imagine would be the most common search beginning with this phrase. As you’ve probably guessed, the word “water” would be the first result – submitting it will give you 10000 points. Typing in “glitter”, however, would count as a mistake, because this word is not one of the top ten results. Make three mistakes and the round is over. Controls are self-explanatory: simply use your mouse and keyboard to navigate the menus and give your responses.
Playing Google Feud online can be a lot of fun because of how unpredictable the searches are. Looking for the right answers is like a puzzle: you need to figure out what went through other people’s minds when they were searching the web. There are four categories available: culture, people, names and questions with plenty of search inquiries in each of them. Some require knowledge of celebrity news, others simply rely on common sense.
Almost every modern device supports Google Feud, play anywhere you like and stop at any point – you can always come back to figure out popular internet searches. The more you dive into the minds of Google users, the better you become at guessing what they tend to be looking for. Do you think you can guess 10 out of 10 autocomplete suggestions even for one search?
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