If you've ever watched Ellen DeGeneres' show Ellen, then you may already be familiar with Heads Up!, a quirky and seemingly fun guessing game of sorts. If you haven't heard of it, this video tell you everything you need to know:

Zoolander! Oh, um, Starskey and Hutch! ... The Royal Tenenbaums! Oh! Night at the Museum!

Got the idea? Look like something you'd want to play? Good news! Now you can. The game was formerly only on iOS, but is now available on Android. It'll set you back a buck, which includes eight different themed decks that cover a range of different topics, including superstars, act it out, blockbuster movies, accents & impressions, animals, music, just for kids, and icons, legends & stars.

However, if you'd like to access the additional 15 card packs, you'll have to pick them up at $1 per pack.

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Cameron Summerson
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  • IhateDisqus

    So...is this for people who don't have markers, pens, pencils, lipstick , or anything that can make a mark and paper, card stock, or printer paper?

    This is the weirdest app.

    • Nick

      Not to mention you'll spend $16 for the complete app with all the decks. Pass!
      Remember when you could pay one amount and get a complete app or game? Man I miss those days.

      • IHateDisqus

        I remember when I could find a pencil, some paper, and do all of this for free with pretty much no effort.

        • Matthew Fry

          Gone are those days.

      • http://tablified.com Ayman Suleiman

        Why are you making assumptions? This app cost $0.99 on iOS and you get all of the cards. Why would they suddenly shift from this form of monetization just to screw Android users? If you took a second to look at the permissions you'll see there are no IAPs being used.

        • Ricardo Neves

          He's not making assumptions, he just read the article :)

      • ddh819

        well its like a board game which would be about 10-15 bucks but this is more portable

    • br_hermon

      I've played this and it's actually fun. The cool part about the app is it uses your front facing camera and records the person giving clues so they can go back and see how much of an idiot they looked like trying to act out the stuff.

  • http://about.me/jasonlister Jason Lister

    Plus it's incompatible with a Nexus 7 (2012) and an HTC One, at least in Canada.

    • Ricardo Neves

      It says compatible with my International HTC One (Portugal)

  • Blaine Magee

    How about no...

  • Owen Finn

    I could see it being worth $16 if the cards auto-updated weekly.

    • John O’Connor

      Except you can just as easily write this in a notepad app. hmmm

  • Matthew Fry

    I imagine it's a lot more fun when you can say, "You know, that awesome Pixar movie that I stole the show in?"

  • Bojan Tomic

    The fun thing about this game is that it makes a video of person giving clues so later you can watch it and post it. You can't do that with pen and paper.

  • http://www.baronsofbullshit.com/ seriosbrad

    Looks fun but, not compatible with Nexus 7 or my Note II.... what's the point then?

  • Joel

    I'm in Canada and it says "this item is not available in your country" wtf? IOS users can get it!

  • Bob Clarke

    Hi, this works on my HTC ONE but not on my NEXUS 7 in the uk