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For example, the name "Nicole" might spring up, so you might think "Kidman" would be the most plausible option. Or it might say "How do you cook..." to which you may respond with "loin of venison."

You earn points for every correct answer you make. Scores are compiled on a weekly scoreboard and displayed after each round - you can play for as long as you like.
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There's a short explainer about how it works on the website, but nothing more: "Google Feud is a web game based on the Google API. We select the questions, then the results are pulled instantly from Google's autocomplete. Beware, certain results may be offensive and/or incomprehensible."
If you fail to guess one of the predictions in the three chances you get, however, a big red cross flashes up. It's pretty brutal. Apparently New Yorker's aren't "nice," which is what we chose...



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