|Platform(s)||Browser, iOS, Android|
|Release||April 23, 2013|
Google Feud went viral in March 2015, when it was featured on the front page of Buzzfeed, played on @midnight with Chris Hardwick, referenced in the monologue of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and featured in dozens of other outlets. Google Feud has since been played over half a billion times by nearly 30 million players.
An app version of Google Feud called Autocompete is available for iOS and Android. A bot version, also called Autocompete, is available on Amweb [failed verification][non-primary source needed]
Google Feud is also available as a Tor hidden service.
Google Feud became the subject of some controversy for promoting the online game Push Trump Off A Cliff Again!, also created by Hook, after celebrities including John Leguizamo and Rosie O'Donnell promoted the game on their Twitter profiles.