Product Review of Heads Up!
The New York Times and Cosmopolitan called this game a “Sensation.” Heads Up! is a hilarious game that Ellen DeGeneres plays on her show, and you can play with your friends! It is played by naming celebrities, singing, using silly accents —predict the word on the card that’s on your head from your friends’ clues before the timer runs out! Play one of the many exciting categories, or design a category all your own, the fun will never stop!
What Users Love About the App
“This game really brought our family together after 3 years of complete utter boredom! Thank you! I really recommend getting the game, it’s not only good for family but it’s also a great game to play with friends!”
“I was skeptical just played it on my sister’s phone at a family party. I now know why Ellen gave up the talk show. She has a gameshow empire now. Add this one to the list.”
“I like this game! Furthermore, I use to play it with my family. Super fun for bored kids. But also, a frequency and fascinating game!”
“It has a bunch of categories me and my sis played this and we were laughing so much it’s really fun to play and be silly on the ones you have to act out but after all i really think people should get it to be entertained and have fun.”
“This is an amazing app I do recommend but if you want to play with younger children then this may not be the game, I think age 8 I’d the lowest app but once again 100% recommend.”
What Users Dislike About the App
“This version is so stupid. I click on Heads Up and the Heads Up game is somewhere buried with their other games. I understand they have other app games, but have your developers create a specific icon for each app/game. When I open the app, Heads Up should be the game that should open….not look for it.”
“App is buggy and now the $20 pack I bought doesn’t show up. I’ve emailed them but don’t expect a response (as I’ve emailed in the past with no response). Better off buying catch phrase for sure.”
“Ok I’ll admit it’s kind of fun but this game constantly crashes. Also coming back to how the game costs one dollar, the facts are that it only gives a few decks I’ve seen more on ripoff versions for FREE. And if you want more decks you’ve got to pay 20 bucks in 15 minutes or else it costs a whopping 100$!!”
“I purchased the large pack that includes all the decks. Most them remained locked. The app then stopped working and no longer launches.”
“I own most, if not all, of the packs meaning I’ve spent $50+ on this game. It now has completely stopped working because it’s poorly designed and can’t load because it wants to load everything at once. Completely unusable in its current state.”