The lights are on
If you've glanced at the iOS App Store lately, then you've probably noticed a new game called Heads Up! dominating the charts. Do you know that game where somebody holds a word on a piece of paper to their forehead and has to guess what it says based on the clues from their friends? Imagine your phone is that pieces of paper and that's Heads Up. This iOS party game produced by Ellen DeGeneres is not your average Test Chamber, but it's too much fun not to post online. One of the coolest features about this relatively simple game is that you can the videos from your iPhone's camera and have documentation of your friends acting like idiots.
Watch the video below to watch Tim Turi, Dan Ryckert, Ben Reeves, and Joe Juba scream at each other while trying to guess the word that is on their forehead.
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Wow this game is such an original concept.
I heard "dumb game" come out of Reeves' mouth, so yeah that's definitely getting on "Ellen", though you did retract that statement. Also Tim do you watch "Ellen" right after watching "The View"?
DAMN! i look really sexy after that.
Tim's awkward moment at the end was golden.
Ben's a real riot.
Oh, this should be good. I know from personal experience that this..game (torture device more like) can be quite 'exciting'. ;-)
That screen of Dan describes this game perfectly.
This is hilarious! So glad you guys decided to do a test chamber for this.
The barbecuing part was the best part. I almost died there.
Isn't the person with the card/iphone supposed to ask the other players yes or no questions about the word?
Oh god, that Beaker sequence. Glorious.
Loved this episode of Test Chamber. Dan's Beaker was hilariously pathetic.
This reminds me of the one iOS game where they were all captains of a ship and had to scream out things that were going wrong. That was only 30 seconds though...still hilarious.
Hate to be a buzzkill, but aren't you supposed to play this like 20 questions. Oh well, still fun to watch.