ACT IT OUT! A Game of Charades Gets A Live Show Mode

By Jon, 3 years ago
Charades is one of those games that can be played and enjoyed by people of all ages. At a certain point of course, a good game of charades tends to involve booze. There's only so much you can do with your friends and family without a need to liven things up for everyone. Thankfully, Snap Finger Click, the developer of Act It Out! A Game of Charades, recognizes that sometimes you just need to mix things up. Listening to the comments by game streamers, Snap Finger Click has added a brand new 'Live Show' Mode to ACT IT OUT! A Game of Charades.

When broadcasting the game out over YouTube, Twitch or Ustream, you can select 'Live Mode' that will let viewers take part in the game. Viewers can attempt to guess the phrase being acted, sung, drawn or described by the broadcaster in order to score points. Names and guesses from the viewers will be recognized in-game with call-outs for right guesses and a leaderboard. Martijn van der Meulen, co-founder of Snap Finger Click, had this to say about the new mode:

I saw a lot of popularity for ACT IT OUT! on Twitch, Ustream and YouTube, and having a feature like this was a very popular request from the streamers. We love building games that bring people together, and this was such an awesome extension that we started developing it as soon as we could. No other developer has done this before. We're very proud of the end result.It's really hard to describe exactly how the new mode will work in text, so here's a new trailer highlighting the 'Live Show' mode:

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Written by Jon
A College Librarian by day, Jon's managed to work games into his professional research. After running 360voice and working with TrueAchievements as Dog of Thunder for 5 years; Jon's now a Newshound for TrueTrophies under the original AOL screen name he created when he was 12.