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Wanna Fill in Blanks From Trump & Clinton Quotes? There’s an App For That, and You Play it With Friends

Did you ever watch a Donald Trump or Hilary Clinton rally and hear one of them say something you wish you could change? Well, there’s now an app for that, and it’s called “Instant Regret ‘He Said/She Said’ Election 2016”.

The developers behind the app Instant Regret have released a special edition of their game for the Presidential 2016 Election season which allows 4 to 11 players fill in blanks from within sentences and quotes said by both presidential nominees Trump and Clinton during campaign rallies, at special events, and even during last night’s first debate where plenty of words were exchanged between the candidates, for better or for worse. To ‘moderate’ the game, one player is assigned as the judge who then awards one team with a point according to who he/she thinks gave the best performance. Whether you quote the presidential hopefuls accurately or if you say something gut-bustingly funny instead, you’re guaranteed to have a good time, at least according to Blue Loop LLC.

Let’s jump inside the app for a second. Here’s three lines from Instant Regret He Said/She Said you’ll see during gameplay:

  • Hello, everyone. It’s great to be here at ________. – Hillary

  • You can read the full 7-point trade plan on my website, ________.com. – Trump

  • The Tea Party is actually ________.

Those blanks in the sentences are where you’ll type in your input. Here’s an example of what you could say:

  • Hello, everyone. It’s great to be here at Universal Orlando, California. – Hillary

  • You can read the full 7-point trade plan on my website, huuuge.com. – Trump

  • The Tea Party is actually the name of The Mad Hatter’s reality show.

So as you can see, you really can have some fun with this game. Of course, political junkies will probably like it better than others, but it’s nevertheless a pretty sweet way to keep the momentum surrounding Decision 2016 alive and well.

As additions to the main gameplay of He Said/She Said, the devs have also included:

  • The ability to invite friends via email, SMS or Facebook Messenger.
  • Cheat Points earned by sharing the game or completed game sentences on Facebook or Twitter, adding a strategy element by giving players the option to convert Cheat Points into game points to get a leg up on the competition.
  • Leaderboards and personal achievement badges that track the most-liked answers, players with the most likes received as well as the most points and most games won, and a variety of individual player milestones to help keep gameplay competitive.

As more and more debates and rallies are held, Blue Loop LLC will update this game with more phrases and quotes from Trump and Clinton you can fill out with your own take. So as time goes on, Instant Regret ‘He Said/She Said’ Election 2016 will get better and better. For more information on this new app, below is the full press release alongside the description of the app.

Instant Regret ‘He Said/She Said’ Election 2016 is available as a free download via the App Store exclusively for iPhones starting today. We’ll let you know if the app makes its way to other platforms like Android and Windows Mobile in the future.

‘Instant Regret’ Clinton/Trump Word Game Hits Campaign Trail

Free ‘He Said/She Said’ Edition of Fill-in-the-Blank Multiplayer App Invites Witty Wordplay

CINCINNATI, OH (Sept. 27, 2016) – Do you follow the daily torrent of Clinton/Trump oratory with a mixture of horror and hilarity? Do catchphrases like “build a wall” and “a basket of deplorables” send you scrambling to your social media feeds to see the latest campaign-inspired memes?  Then you’ll love Instant Regret ‘He Said/She Said’ Election 2016 – a free, fill-in-the-blank, interactive multiplayer word game from Blue Loop LLC that lets you skewer the candidates with wisecracking wordplay based on their own sound bites.


Whether it’s Clinton’s “We all know the story, but we usually focus on ____________” or Trump’s “We are going to win _____________ and make America great again,” simply complete the game’s incomplete sentences in the cleverest way you can – the more outrageous, cheeky or gut-splitting, the better.

Each game can accommodate 4 to 11 participating friends or strangers. One player is assigned to anonymously judge each round. Once that round’s winner is announced, play proceeds to the next round with a new judge. The first player to win 7 points wins the game.

Other features include:

  • The ability to invite friends via email, SMS or Facebook Messenger.
  • Cheat Points earned by sharing the game or completed game sentences on Facebook or Twitter, adding a strategy element by giving players the option to convert Cheat Points into game points to get a leg up on the competition.
  • Leaderboards and personal achievement badges that track the most-liked answers, players with the most likes received as well as the most points and most games won, and a variety of individual player milestones to help keep gameplay competitive.

Gameplay will be video-streamed on Twitch and YouTube beginning today, giving both players and observers a ringside seat to the repartee, the judging and the scoreboard.

Whether you’re a Trump supporter, a Clinton fan, or a sworn enemy of both, it’s a great way to defuse your election-related anxieties – not to mention show off your laser-sharp wit. 

Instant Regret ‘He Said/She Said,’ a special Election 2016 edition of the original Instant Regret word game that launched earlier this year, is currently available exclusively for iPhones in the Apple App store at https://itunes.apple.com/app/id1153783332.

About Blue Loop LLC

Blue Loop LLC specializes in web and mobile apps and games. The company’s mission is to create value by developing, launching and growing new multiplatform, content-focused concepts and business ventures, carrying them from concept development and prototype construction all the way to production and commercialization. For more information, visit www.blueloopllc.com.

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Do you follow the daily torrent of Clinton/Trump oratory with a mixture of horror and hilarity? Do catchphrases like “build a wall” and “a basket of deplorables” send you scrambling to your social media feeds to see the latest campaign-inspired memes? Then you’ll love Instant Regret – ‘He Said/She Said’ Election 2016 – a free, fill-in-the-blank, interactive multiplayer word game that lets you skewer the candidates with wisecracking wordplay based on their own sound bites.

In the game, you compete with other players by filling in the blank in a given sentence and make it as funny, or stupid, or evil, or friendly (really?) as you want! Instant Regret offers you:

* Two play modes, in groups of 4-11 users
o Play with friends through invitation
o Play with strangers
* An assigned anonymous judge of each round
* Unlimited number of played rounds
o First player to win 7 points wins game
* Personal achievements & leaderboards to keep you competitive
* Connected social features for game invitation and for sharing the fun
o Social features with sharing awards Cheat Points to be used in game

Ready for the challenge? Download now!

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Max Buondonno is a technology enthusiast who has been working as a journalist in this industry for more than a year. He has grown up in the age where everyone has a smartphone which has influenced his decision to become a professional technology writer, his passion in life. He's dipped his toes in the development of websites, while you can ask him anything about Apple, Google, or Microsoft and he's bond to give you an answer. He's reachable on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, and email.

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