Ellen DeGeneres launches new game, #Our2Cents test it out!


CFMOur2Cents Psych outwit your friend

Ellen DeGeneres has launched a new gaming app, ‘Psych! Outwit Your Friends’.

The chat show host has teamed up with Warner Bros. Games to release her second game – the follow up to ‘Heads Up! Psych!’- where players make up false answers to real trivia questions and have to compete by guessing who is lying.

Each player then wins points for every friend they ‘psych!’ into thinking their answer is correct.

Talking about the title, Ellen, 57, promised it will be the “most fun” you will have with pals and joked that everyone who downloads it will be invited to her house for a game.

She said: “I can’t wait for everyone to play this new game. It’s going to be the most fun you ever had with your friends. I’m so excited for you to try it, everyone who downloads it is invited to dinner at my house. “Psych! I’m sorry. I couldn’t resist, since that’s the name of the game. It was also the name of my great uncle’s cockatiel. Psych! I’m kidding again. The cockatiel was named Camille.”

To test it out, Sharon Mundia and Susan Wong downloaded the game and filmed their first impressions of it for you to watch. From the video, it seems like the Our2Cents team have to agree with Ellen, it really is the “most fun!”

Developed by Sequence, ‘Psych!’ will be Free to Play with three free category decks available at launch, including Word Up! , Is That a Fact? and Movie Bluff! Nine additional decks will be available for purchase at £0.79.

Ellen’s game is available today for free on the App Store and on Google Play.

Watch the hilarious video of Sharon and Susan testing it out to see who wins!


  • Mata

    RIP may the lord be with you. What a tragedy

  • PAUL

    Not nice, this senseless loss of lives must be stopped.

  • Loice Owino

    May the lord rest their  souls in  peace. So unfortunate

  • Kevinjuma

    A sad ending and with a lot of sorrows RIP may the Almighty help the affected families

  • Russochieng

    The police road block should be moved from that spot… and its high time the traffic police officers learn from this though its quit unfortunate that several lives have been lost before these traffic police officers but have failed to change.

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  • dan

    deep sympathy to the bereaved. btw in my view poor roads are no1 followed by reckless driving. unless the government is committed to strategic restructuring if not overhauling some routes, this will continue being a curse to such a blessed nation. i still cant imagine why so much money was quickly diverted in upgrading an airstrip while nairobi kisumu ‘path’ is the most dangerous threat to life in the western. if you look at thika highway its clear modern trends of civil engineering are doing the best to avoid corners and improving safety in general. 

  • Derrick esegeri

    traffic police are the one top be blamed for how long should they took to inspect one vehicle and allow it to leave?

  • nya yimbo

    how can people die @ a road block surely my small dad was there n its such a shame coz i think this could have been avoided.God is the giver n taker may his soul rest in peace coz he was the best uncle

  • Jarateng’

    Poorly trained drivers with no defensive driving techniques  and the traffic police should be blamed for this kind of accidents. I do not know how that particular spot look like but the driver should have veered out of the road to avoid killing so many people. This is poor judgement and bad decision making, most Kenyan drivers do not know how to drive, roads do not drive vehicles people do, but all the time we blame roads nonsense.   

    • Len

       Well put. Poor driving habits start from lack of enforcement of traffic rules, especially speeding and vehicle condition. Police need to establish a unique unit to inspect commercial vehicles.  Those road blocks achieve nothing except to give the cops an opportunity to extort bribes from motorists, especially matatus.

  • Yggii

    pole  sana.
    Surely the roads department should look into tearing down that section and redesign it safely. 



  • Murima

    Heartfelt condolences to families of the innocent victims from Motorists Association of Kenya. What a shame to Kenya. Police are responsible for this painful loss of innocent Kenyans. Instead of saving lives, the roadblocks has done the opposite. All Road blocks are not visible! They use dim paraffin lamps and the notice to a road block ahead are primitively old fashion. No wonder the spikes always get damaged by motorists who have not seen the unclear mabati signs.Action must be taken and apology issued to Kenya.

  • Chris mwachia

    3 usual things that has been said over n over,1.unroadworthy vehicles 2.unqualified drivers with fake driving licences 3.police road blocks that only serve their selfish interest that is receiving bribes

  • Eudel Omondi

    that’s so sad and shocking to hear,until now i find it hard to analyze what happened;may the Lord that gives and takes rest their souls in peace,and for the affected families may the Lord grant you the strength to fight on,my heartfelt condolences

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