Guess What Term Gets Googled More In 'The Higher Lower Game'

The all-new Pokemon GO game is enjoying great success at the moment, even though it is still not available worldwide. The game is quite innovative and somewhat simple, which, in combination with the Pokemon brand, seems to keep people glued to their smartphone displays. Now, some of you might not be into the Pokemon GO game, and would love to kick back playing something way simpler than that, and also think a bit while you’re doing that… luckily for you, we have just the right game for that, read on.

‘The Higher Lower Game’ is one of the newer titles in the Google Play Store, and it’s quite fun actually. This game is incredibly simple, as soon as you install it and open it up, you’ll be thrown into it, no hassle whatsoever. Now, this game is all about educated guesses, you need to guess which term gets searched more in Google. The game will throw two terms your way, and you need to guess which gets Googled more, if you make the right choice, you get 1 point… and you can see where this is going, for every correct answer you’ll get a point, the game is based on a high score. Let us give you a an example, ‘The Higher Lower Game’ can make you guess if ‘PewDiePie’ or ‘Maradona’ get Googled more, and you need to guess. There are no rules as far as these comparisons go, the game will throw various different brands, names… your way, and you’ll need to make the right choice.

That’s pretty much it as far as this game goes, it’s extremely simple and there’s really nothing else to talk about. The game is free to play, it currently holds a 4.4-star rating in the Google Play Store, and it has been downloaded over 10,000 times thus far. This is definitely not the first game of its kind on the Play Store, not even close, but it’s one of the better ones we’ve stumbled upon. The UI is quite nice, and the game is quite fun to play, especially if you’re looking for something extremely simple to kill some time.

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