Blindfold Feud

User Guide

Blindfold Feud is a fully accessible trivia game inspired by the TV Game Show “Family Feud”.

You control this game using iPhone gestures.
The objective of the game is to be win more money than your opponents.

Picking Game – Solo

In the Picking Solo game, you are given a question and a list of answers.
You need to pick the answer that most people chose.
If you are right, you win points based on how popular that answer is.
For example, if 40 percent of the audience picked the most popular answer, you win 40 points.

If you are wrong, and there’s only one alternative answer, you move on to the next question.
If you are wrong and there’s at least 2 alternative answers left, you can pick another answer for this question.
The game is over when you’ve made 3 wrong guesses. You can change this in the SETTINGS screen.

When you have completed 3 questions correctly, you move up to level 2.
In level 2, your points are doubled.
In level 3, your points are tripled, and so on for each higher level.

The Picking Solo game has only 2 or 3 choices per question.
Keep in mind that choices per question are only the most popular; they are not the only answers that people came up with.
For example, if the popularity of two choices were 40% and 35% respectively, there are still other answers that add up to the additional 25%.

To repeat the question, swipe down with 2 fingers.

Picking Game – Two Player

This is just like the Solo Game, but when you make a wrong guess, it’s your opponent’s turn.
The game ends when either player has made 3 wrong guesses.

Guessing Game with Hints – Solo

In the Guessing Solo game, you are given a question, and you enter the answer.

In this game, you are trying to guess the most popular answer, not a correct answer.
You are given the first letter of the answer, and you must type in the next 2 letters of the word, followed by the RETURN key.

For example, if the question is “Name Something A Parent Reminds Kid Use At Summer Camp”, the popular answers are Toothbrush, Sunscreen, and Soap.
All answers with these questions have only single word answers.
The game will tell you there are 3 answers, one that begins with the letter “T”, and two that begin with the letter “S”.

If you enter the letter “T”, you are correct if you continue with the letters “O” and “O”.
If you enter the letter “S”, you are correct if you continue with the letters “U” and “N”.
Or, if you enter the letter “S”, you are also correct if you continue with the letters “O” and “A”.

If you are correct, you win points based on how popular the answer is.
For example, if 40 percent of the audience picked the most popular answer, you win 40 points.

If you are wrong, you move on to the next question.
If you have no idea what the answer is, you can press PASS, and move onto the next question, and you will not be penalized.

If you are correct, you can enter another answer for this question.
The game is over when you’ve made 3 wrong guesses. You can change this in the SETTINGS screen.

When you have completed 3 questions correctly, you move up to level 2.
In level 2, your points are doubled.
In level 3, your points are tripled, and so on for each higher level.

To repeat the question, press the REPEAT button.

Guessing Game with Hints – Two Player

This is just like the Solo Game, but when you make a wrong guess, or if you pass, it’s your opponent’s turn.
The game ends when either player has made 3 wrong guesses.

Guessing Game – Solo

In the Guessing Solo game, you are given a question, and you enter the answer.
There are no hints.
This is much harder than the guessing game with hints.

In this game, you are trying to guess the most popular answer, not just a correct answer.
For example, if the question is “What is under a Christmas tree besides presents”, you could answer cookies, broken ornaments, needles that fell off of the tree, a train, a pet, or santa claus. In this case, the most popular answers were cookies and a train, and that would garner the most points. Answering santa claus, which is not one of the popular answers, would not garner any points.

You only need to type the first three letters of the answer, followed by the RETURN key.
For example, if the answer is “ROSANNE”, you only have to type the letters R, O, S, then the RETURN key.
Or if the answer is two words long, such as “ROBERT SMITH”, you can type either the letters R, O, B or type the letters S, M, I, then the RETURN key.
If the answer is only two letters long, such as the answer “NO”, you only have to type the letters N, O, then the RETURN key.

If the answer is one that most people picked, you win points based on how popular the answer is.
For example, if 40 percent of the audience picked the most popular answer, you win 40 points.

If you are wrong, you move on to the next question.
If you have no idea what the answer is, you can press PASS, and move onto the next question, and you will not be penalized.

If you are correct, you can enter another answer for this question.
The game is over when you’ve made 3 wrong guesses.
You can change this in the SETTINGS screen in the option WRONG ANSWERS.

When you have completed 3 questions correctly, you move up to level 2.
In level 2, your points are doubled.
In level 3, your points are tripled, and so on for each higher level.

To repeat the question, press the REPEAT button.

Guessing Game – Two Player

This is just like the Solo Game, but when you make a wrong guess, or if you pass, it’s your opponent’s turn.
The game ends when either player has made 3 wrong guesses.

Playing For Free

This game comes with 10 coins, so you can play 10 rounds of Feud.

Your opponents

You can select or change the name and skill of your opponent with the Competitor upgrade.
You should pick a specific player for the game, so that you have the same player on each round.

If you don’t get the competitor upgrade, you can still limit the number of questions in a row your competitor can answer, as well as change the competitor to always answer questions like a beginner.

Question and Answer Packs

There are several question and answer packs that you can chose from. Each of the packs have unique questions; questions are not duplicated between packs.

Beginner Pack: more than 850 two and three answer questions.
Three Answer Pack: more than 1000 three answer questions.
Four Answer Pack: more than 1300 four answer questions.
Five Answer Pack: more than 1800 five answer questions.
Six Answer Pack: more than 1400 six answer questions.
Seven Answer Pack: more than 1000 seven answer questions.