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Quick Picks: Family Feud
in a tin
List Price: $10.00
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The Survey Says... Now even MORE fun for everyone!
The Family Feud Quick Pick edition features 45 rounds of survey questions and answers to one of America's longest running and most beloved TV Game Shows. With everything from the Face Off to the Feud to the Fast Money Round, The Family Feud Quick Pick edition offers all the fun of the TV show in this convenient travel-friendly tin! So play, pass, and steal your way to victory. The top eight answers are on the board, do you know what the "SURVEY SAYS"?!!
Players: 3 or more
Ages: 8 and up
Weight: 212 grams
Language Requirements: This is a domestic item. Manufacturer's rules are printed in English. Game components are printed in English.
- Strike Indicator
- 3 "X" Markers
- Instruction/Survey Question Booklet
- 1 Dry Erase Marker
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.