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Survey says... now even more fun for everyone! Featuring the Bullseye Round, this home game challenges players to match the most popular survey answers to win.
Only the number one answer to each question counts. In this fast-paced round, question #1 is worth $1000, question #2 is worth $2000 and so on, until the big $5000 question at the end.
One player from each team is asked a question. The player that gives the higher-rated answer of the two wins control of the board for the team.
Players try to match the survey answers on the board. Three wrong answers, though, and the opposing team can sweep the points over to their side!
The Fast Money Bonus Round
Two players from the winning team work together to guess the most popular response to the survey to win the amount collected in the Bullseye Round!
The player or team with the most money after three games wins!
Players: 3 - 11
Ages: 8 and up
Weight: 700 grams (estimated)
Average Rating: 4 in 1 review
What does Richard Dawson, Ray Combs, Louie Anderson, and Richard Karn have in common? They were hosts of the popular television game show, Family Feud. Created by Mark Goodson and Bill Todman, this game gets two families a chance to win money by revealing answers to survey type questions. Milton Bradley, Pressman, and Endless Games did a great job with the home versions of Family Feud. It was Endless Games, however, that added on additional game material. In the CBS version of the Feud, there was a Bullseye Round in which a family can build a jackpot up to $20,000. The Bullseye game can only be played in this home version of the Feud. Otherwise, the game is pretty much the same as the television series. Family Feud is one of the best shows from FremantleMedia North America, in association with Goodson-Todman Productions.