"ISIS" or "Angelina Jolie"? "Law school" or "Gangnam Style"? Every day millions of people search for something using the good, old google searching engine, but which one gets googled more? Famous places, artists or companies, known all over the world, take of course the leading positions when it comes to the number of average monthly searches; nevertheless even the most popular search terms compete with each other in popularity. In the awesome and funny trivia game HIGHER LOWER, players are in charge to guess which search terms have more average searches per month.
You will be given two phrases, words, celebrities, sports etc., number of monthly searches for 1 of 2 terms will be already displayed on the left side of the screen, all you have to do is to decide whether the second term is searched more or less/is Higher or Lower and click the right button. If you have made the right choice, the guessed picture will slide to the left side of the screen and the new one will appear next to it, thus you have to compare one picture 2 times. The objective of the HIGHER LOWER game is to get the most right in a row. Once you make a mistake - the game will be over and you will have to start from the very beginning. Put yourself to the test in this cool puzzle game and see if you know which are the most popular search trends on Google! Much fun!
For every right guess you will receive 1 point. The average score achieved in the Higher Lower game is 3.2, so try not to score less than this. If you get a score of 9 or over, you would be in the top 10% of players. More than 20 points, is the score in the top 1%! Even if your score was not so good, funny pictures at the end of every round will cheer you up and make you laugh. In the HIGHER LOWER game you can also share your score with some friends via Twitter or Facebook.