Finding alternatives to Buzz! can be an impossible or extremely difficult task. However, the world of the game is huge and if you “dig deep” well, you can find an alternative to any title. We have compiled a list of Buzz! for fans of the game in 2020.
Trivial Pursuit: Live!
After searching and browsing video game catalogs by quiz or question and answer genre, Trivial Pursuit is the closest thing Buzz! has to Live! This is a digital and improved version of the famous board game Trivial Pursuit. The Live! edition released for 2015 was not the first, this game had already reached consoles and computers many years ago.
Trivial Pursuit : Live! is a fantastic game that can be played with family and friends, regardless of whether we are in the same house, since it can be played online. In this title we challenge other players to answer a series of questions in eight different categories: history, geography, art and literature, entertainment, science and nature, sports and leisure. Trivial Pursuit : Live! features a single player mode with the advantages of artificial intelligence.
A version of Tivial Pursuit from the famous Friends series was released the same year, perfect for die-hard fans of the series.
Available on: PS3, PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Hasbro Family Pack
If you liked the previous solution, you will surely like this one. In this Hasbro family game pack, you get Trivial Pursuit Live!, Monopoly Plus, Boggle, and Risk. It’s another perfect alternative to Buzz 2020.
Available on: PS4 and Xbox One.
Keep talking and nobody explodes, the party option.
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is a dizzying game that gives players adrenaline and is perfect for parties – the only way to get the most out of the game, as there is little to no payoff.
The goal of this board game is simple, defuse a bomb with the help of an instructor. One player must disarm the bomb with the help of a manual that another player must read, as the manual contains instructions on how to disarm different types of bombs. The manual must be downloaded from the Internet, and the game website itself offers it for free – which makes sense.
It’s a game that seems simple at first glance. But being with friends and trying to defuse bombs while others give instructions improves the mood at any party. Also, if you fail, a random bomb will appear, so everyone has to be smart to find the right way to defuse it in the manual.
The big drawback is that the manual is in English, which may be why it hasn’t had much success in Spanish-speaking countries, but anyone with a little knowledge of English will be able to read the manual without any problems.
Available on: PS4, Xbox One, Windows, Nintendo Switch, Linux, Mac OS and Android,