Google Feud is a Google guessing game with the same quiz-style as Family Feud. You have to guess the top 10 most common queries based on a partial search phrase. There are four categories; culture, people, names and questions. How well do you know your fellow Googlers?
Each correct answer gives you a certain amount of points. Earn as many points as you can and win this popular game! Didn't manage to win? Don't worry try a new game!
This game uses the Google autocomplete function and tests you whilst playing Google at its own game. There are four categories to choose from - people, culture, names, and questions. Each category has a different set of search strings that you must guess correctly.
This simple game called Google feud is highly addictive and will keep you guessing for hours. See if your train of thought aligns with the general public, and with the Google API, or find out if you are miles apart and search for bizarre things!
Google Feud was created by the American developer Justin Hook. Justin is a creative genius who created TV shows (for example Bob's burgers), comic books, and several viral websites!
The game was initially released on April 23, 2013. You can play the special version here on CrazyGames.com.
- Four categories: culture, people, names, and questions
- Three wrong guesses limit
- Simple to play but is very challenging
- Fullscreen available
- Web browser (desktop and mobile)
How do you play Google Feud?
Think about what the most likely search phrases are and take a guess.
What is Google Feud?
Google Feud is a Google guessing game where you guess the ten most commonly searched phrases. Much like Family Feud, you're allowed 3 incorrect guesses.
Does Google Feud have an app?
There is no official app for Google Feud. It can easily be played in your web browser on desktop or mobile.
Is Google Feud multiplayer?
There is currently no online multiplayer mode in Google Feud.