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Wednesday, November 09, 2005
Family Feud is a party game that is actually based on a TV show, in which you have to guess the most popular answers to survey questions. Points ranging from one to hundred are awarded depending on the popularity of the answer. You're only allowed three wrong guesses for each round.

The announcer's voice is great although having a skip option might have been preferable at times. Production value is excellent and the game does accept guesses which are similar to the actual answer. For example, a player would answer glass and it would be accepted as a correct guess even though the exact word is cup.

Probably the best part of the game is multiplayer mode using the same keyboard. The left and right shift keys are assigned as buzzers for each player. Family Feud boasts over two thousand questions, although the demo version only allows for a thirty minute time trial.

Name: Family Feud
Developer: iWin
Category: Puzzle
Type: Demo
Size: 10MB