Higher Lower Game is a fun and hilarious guessing game based on Google search requests for random topics. Some people believe that a truly great game does not need a lot of rules. Based on this metric the Higher or Lower game is destined to become an instant classic, like the Las Vegas mainstay “High Card” or the party staple 52 Pick-Up. Here you don't need to wager any money or scuttle around on the floor. Instead you are simply given two search topics. These are common and sometimes less common search requests, that people have entered into a online search engine. You will be given those two topics as well as the monthly average of amount of requests that topic has generated. You will then need to decide does the other topic have a higher or a lower amount of monthly requests? That sounds reasonably easy, doesn't it? Nothing particularly challenging about it. But this is where it gets both instantly hilarious and devilishly addictive. Will people google democracy more often than the Boston Red Sox? Surely, common sense will tell you the answer here. But what about sand kiting and Rocky? Is the zeitgeist right now focused on Despacito or Taylor Swift? Which one is more likely to be a prominent concept today: the UN or Thomas Jefferson? What about car rentals or alcohol? You don't need to guess the number. You just need to make a decision over which one gets more requests? How many right guesses can you get in a row? Will you beat the average hit ratio of 3? Will you even end up in the impressive top 10% of people who know how the typical Google user thinks? Try to visualise what people actually know, what they're interested in and what they look for when they turn on their browser. Have a guess, have a laugh and enjoy the Higher Lower Game!