Say that title three times fast, I dare you. Okay, so Family Feud is now on Facebook and actually incorporates the social features built-in to Facebook quite well. GameZebo recently reviewed the game and overall felt the game was a fine addition.
Family Feud on Facebook works just as you’d probably expect. Although, instead of families and wacky hosts and all of that, you are just answering questions trying to figure out the top survey answers on the board. The objective is to win enough points on the board to beat out the average score and advance to the fast money round.
Fast money is where the social aspect of Family Feud comes into play in that if you come up short of the required points to win the game, a friend can jump in and answer the same set of questions and save the day. That aspect is very neat and reminds me of how the game is actually played on TV.
After each game, you’re given coins which you can use to purchase virtual items. What the purpose of these items is I haven’t figured out yet but there is a large variety to choose from. The only real downside of Family Feud on Facebook is that the limits for free games are extremely small meaning you usually have to wait upwards of a day to play it again.
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