Designed by Justin Hook, the creator of the Google Feud web game, Autocomplete: The Game is a party game about predicting the often-unpredictable results that pop up when one begins to type a query into a search bar online. In the game, teams of players begin with seemingly innocent searches like “My dog ate…” or “Can you 3D print a…” and try to predict the top 10 “helpful” suggestions that the autocomplete algorithms recommend.
Autocomplete: The Game includes more than 300 search prompts and a 60-second timer. The game offers multiple ways to play, and is intended for groups of 3 to 10 players, ages 18 and up. Autocomplete takes about half an hour to play. MSRP is $24.95.
Chronicle recently released a party game inspired by another internet trend, We Rate Dogs: The Card Game (see “‘We Rate Dogs: The Card Game’ and ‘Oh My God, Stacy!”).