Higher Lower is a unique quiz-type puzzle game based on Google searches. You are shown two popular search requests and a count for one of them. Your job is to guess whether the second one scores higher or lower that the first one. If you guess correctly, you are shown the actual amount of searches for the second item and proceed to the next round.
Given the simplistic nature of the game, it is easy to pick up and play in a variety of situations: waiting for a doctors appointment, having lunch at school or at work, simply taking a break from whatever it is you are doing. Any modern device can handle Higher or Lower online and it’s really easy to get into because of its fun premise and brilliant execution. The challenges are accompanied by high quality images that illustrate the objects and concepts in question.
At first the options you are given are pretty obvious: it isn’t difficult to guess that “violin” gets more average monthly searches than “mass surveillance”. The further you progress, though, the more difficult it becomes to identify the more popular search. How does “ice hockey” compare to “Chinese takeaway”? Is “Taj Mahal” more popular than “Bank of America”? Find out answers for these and many other important questions during your next Higher Lower game!