Survey says: Play Family Feud! Based on one of the most successful and beloved family game shows of all time! Now you can play anywhere, anytime as the leader of a ‘family’ in a contest to name the most popular answers to survey questions posed to 100 people. The game features all of the favorite elements of the show as played on television, including the scoreboard, face offs, strikes, stealing and ‘fast money’ rounds. Enjoy Family Feud in multiplayer mode as you challenge family and friends head-to-head, or compete solo against the computer.
•Two game modes: single player and multiplayer.
•Fully customizable player avatar- choose hairstyles, clothing, accessories and more.
•Predictive text input and auto spell checker make typing answers lightening fast.
•Unlock bonus items as a reward for progress in the game.
•Authentic stages, theme music and sound effects create a true-to-show game exp
One of the best and oldest trivia games on television is now available on your favorite mobile device. Make your own character, and compete against other families to unlock more characters and other fun prizes. Test your brains against computers or your friends and see just how much you really know!
By Christina Burlini
First choose your player and then the family you want to play against (you will automatically start with the Anderson family if you have not played before). The game begins with a face-off in which the question is asked and whichever opponent taps the buzzer first, gets the first guess at answering the question. You have 20 seconds to come up with an answer and if you guess correctly you can either choose to continue playing or pass to the other team. If you choose to continue and you guess correctly, you get to continue guessing until you have guessed 3 incorrect answers or have guessed all possible answers. In the case that you guess 3 incorrect answers before you have guessed all the correct answers, the other team has a chance to guess. After all answers have been guessed, scores are totalled and whatever team ends up with the most points wins that round and the process starts over with the next question. As play progresses the questions get harder and rounds are worth more points.