Play the online game version of the American game show "Family Feud" by visiting the game's page on MSN.com and entering answers to different questions. Each question contains up to eight different answers, each of which scores different points. Answering three wrong answers ends the round.
The television version of "Family Feud" involves two different teams, each of which is from the same family, competing to guess the most popular answers from an open-ended survey. For example, one survey question may ask what a person does at the breakfast table other than eat. To score points, provide the answers that you think are most popular. The game features a box into which you type your answer, and it gives you the option to submit the answer by either clicking the Submit button or hitting the Enter key. If the answer is correct, which means that the phrase matches one on the board, you earn points equal to the number of people that gave that answer.
The game does not require an exact match, and it instead only looks for a match in the major words. This means that if you enter an answer of "read" and one of the answers is "read the paper," the game counts it as a match. Incorrect answers earn a strike, and receiving three strikes ends the section.