A great way to play Family Feud if you don’t have a family
Author: Brandon Girod
Date: 10 May 2015, tested on HTC One M8
Beautifully designed, lots of content, engaging gameplay
Some of the guesses are a bit off-the-cuff
Family Feud is a game show that pits two families against each other as they take turns trying to guess popular answers to questions. The game 94% for Android takes that concept and pits you against yourself as you try and guess 94% of the answers to every question it asks you.
Opening the app, I was totally floored by just how good it looked. Everything is clean, minimal, and very material. Part of the game’s allure was wanting to play it to simply keep looking at how great it looked, especially on the Samsung Galaxy S6’s 1440p screen.
It doesn’t just look good, it’s also really intuitive to navigate as well. If you think you can swipe to find more options then chances are you can. And the way it presents its answers is really cool as well.
The questions themselves are pretty fun to think about but sometimes the logic behind them can be a little faulty. There was one instance where “getting ready” was an answer for what you normally do in the morning time, and while typing in “getting dressed” was considered the same answer, taking a shower wasn’t. Meanwhile, “check phone” was considered a common response -- something we do but not something inherent to just the morning time.
Overall 94% is one of the best mobile experiences you’ll probably have. You play against yourself but you’re also playing against others in spirit as you try and guess what they might answer. The app is beautiful and gameplay is really fun and engaging.