• Concentration | Australian Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    Concentration is based on the U.S. format of the same name. 1 Gameplay 2 Photos 3 Merchandise 4 Music 5 Inventor 6 See Also 7 Youtube Links Two contestants try to match pairs of cards that were gradually removed from the board, slowly revealing elements of a rebus puzzle that one of the contestants had to solve to win prizes. In the 1997 series, the winner could win one of eight major …

  • Scrabble (game show) | Media Wiki | Fandom

    Template:Refimprove Template:Infobox television Scrabble is an American television game show that was based on the Scrabble board game.The show was co-produced by Exposure Unlimited and Reg Grundy Productions.It ran from July 2, 1984 to March 23, 1990, and again from January 18 to June 11, 1993, both runs on NBC.A total of 1,335 episodes were produced from both editions; Chuck Woolery …

  • Pictionary (1989 game show) | Pictionary Wiki | Fandom

    One of these two teams will win great prizes for drawing words! Felicity will keep score of the words they draw and our square judge will make sure that they don't break the rules. So play along as we play PICTIONARY! Now, let's meet a guy who (insert funny comment), BRIAN ROBBINS! Six child contestants divided into teams (three for each team) played a drawing game to win prizes. 1 Main Game …

  • Concentration | British Game Show Wiki | Fandom

    The British version of the classic US game of matching, puzzles & prizes. Two contestants sat before a game board divided up into 30 squares (25 in the TVS era). Behind each square was part of a rebus (pictures and symbols that make up a word or phrase), names of prizes, and special squares. One at a time, the contestants called out two numbers. If the prizes or special action did not match ...

  • Game Breaker/Game Show | All The Tropes Wiki | Fandom

    Michael Larson, a contestant on the game show Press Your Luck. He memorized the patterns that the board revolves around ahead of time, and became the biggest winner in the show's history by a huge margin ($110,237 in cash and prizes). Following this, the patterns were repeatedly changed to prevent another such incident, and CBS refused to air the episodes (yes, it actually took two episodes ...

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  • TV Scrabble | British Game Show Wiki | Fandom

    Oct 01, 2001· TV Scrabble was a British television version of the popular board game. 1 Premise 2 Duplicate Scrabble 3 Speed Scrabble 4 Daily Final 5 Problem 6 Transmissions 7 Video Link Four players competed in two games on each show. Two players play each game facing each other one-on-one with the winners playing in the daily final at the end of the show. In each game there were two rounds. In …

  • Match Mates | Australian Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    Match Mates was a game show that was a little like Concentration for kids. 1 Gameplay 1.1 The First Two Rounds 1.1.1 Toss-Up Question (Ripper Rhyme) 1.1.2 Rebus Puzzle 1.1.2.1 Special Clues 1.2 Round 3 1.2.1 Toss-Up Question (Who/What/Where am I?) 1.2.2 Super Word Puzzle 1.3 Match a Mime 2 Trivia 3 Educational Consultant 4 Inventor 5 YouTube Links Each round started with a question. The …

  • Season 1 Episode 13(FGN) | Hub Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    Mar 14, 2011· The board is U P R A T I N I N E N T S G S O T E R T A L E A N ... Add category; Cancel Save. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted. Fan Feed More Hub Game Shows Wiki. 0 Data Head; 1 Season 1 Episode 1(FGN) ... Hub Game Shows Wiki is a FANDOM …

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    The "Content" category is intended for all articles about the subject matter of the wiki, whilst "Organisation" is intended for all administrative matters. A full list of existing categories can be found at Special:Categories. To add a new category to a page, just add [[Category:Categoryname]] to the end of the article or existing category page.

  • Cash Bonanza | Australian Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    Mar 03, 2001· Cash Bonanza was a lottery-based game show with a wild west setting and allowed lucky scratch-ticket players to play for cash prizes of up to $100,000. 1 Gameplay 1.1 Game 1: Gold Digger's Derby 1.2 Game 2: Double Quick-Draw 1.3 Game 3: Drop the Silver Dollar 1.4 Final Game 2 Pics 3 Trivia 4 YouTube Links Fifteen contestants who all were winners of the Cash Bonanza scratch ticket game …

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  • Double Cross | Barry & Enright Wiki | Fandom

    1 Game Format 1.1 Main Game 1.2 Bonus Round 2 Trivia 3 Video Two contestants competed, each having selected a favorite category before the game. The game board consisted of three hexagonal windows. The window on the top displayed a random category, and the two windows on the bottom displayed dollar amounts from $10 to $100, which were added to a pot. The player in control "spun" the game board ...

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  • PDQ | Heatter-Quigley Wiki | Fandom

    PDQ was a game show. 1 Game Format 1.1 Bonus game 2 Trivia 3 International Versions 4 Merchandise 4.1 Board Game 5 Photos 5.1 Ticket 5.2 Flyer Ads 5.3 Print Ad 6 Episode Status 7 Video 8 See Also 9 Links The contestants consisted of three celebrities and one civilian. Two celebrities were paired as the "Home Team"; the third celebrity and the civilian contestant made up the opposing team ...

  • Blockbusters | Australian Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    Blockbusters is the Australian version of the short-lived, "Grown-up" American format from 1980-1982 and 1987 of the same name was broadcast on the Seven Network from 1991 until 1994, where players from two schools competed over the course of a week (five episodes), in a rolling format - where games could be started in the middle of an episode, and stopped and continued on the next episode.

  • Scattergories | Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    Plus the teams went to the celebrity board after both teams had their 15 seconds of naming items and challenging their opponents. The team with the most points won the game. If the game ended in a tie, host Clark gave one more category and one more letter; the first team to buzz-in with an acceptable word won the game.

  • Category:Board Game Conversion | Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    Programs based on proprietary & classic board game formats. Additionally, there are some game shows that were originally inspired by board games (ex: High Rollers & Win, Lose or Draw).

  • Scrabble Showdown | Hub Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    Scrabble showdown is a game show based on the crossword game; it began airing in 2010. 1 Rules 1.1 Games 1.2 Scrabble Lightning 2 November 20, 2012 Differences 3 January 1, 2012 Differences 4 References 5 Additional Page 6 Links 6.1 YouTube Videos Two teams (consisting of one kid and his/her parent/relative) compete in a series of Scrabble-based games, with the winners of each game …

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  • Twister Lights Out | Hub Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    Twister Lights Out had you tied up in knots and was in the first three seasons. Like Bop It! Boptagon, this was an elimination game where the last person standing wins a round. 1 Gameplay 1.1 Boards 2 Episode Appearances 3 Images 4 Stats 5 Rankings 5.1 Final Rankings(Best to Worst) 5.1.1 Season 1 5.1.2 Season 2 5.1.3 Season 3 6 Videos The board is basically the same as always except the dots ...

  • Operation: Sam Dunk | Hub Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    Operation: Sam Dunk is a game played in almost the entire series except season one on Family Game Night. Operation: Sam Dunk (later called just Operation) is a game played in almost the entire series except season one on Family Game Night. 1 Gameplay 2 Format #1 2.1 Format #2 2.1.1 Part 1 2.1.2 Part 2 3 Season 2 Scores 3.1 Todd's Test Rolls 4 Format 2 4.1 Season 3 4.2 Season 4 4.3 Season 5 …

  • Balderdash | Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    The Video Game: Childrens Video Game Vixens: Special Video Power: Childrens Video Village: Board Game Conversion Video Village Jr. Childrens Videoactive: Observation Videos After Dark: Variety Viral Video Showdown: Reality Virtual Memory: Quiz, Themed (Religion) Viva Hollywood: Reality The Voice: Variety Vox Pop: Radio Vs. Quiz, General Knowledge

  • The Mad Dash | Canadian Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    Each window concealed a category or other game feature. In each of the two main rounds, contestants would take turns throwing a fake brick at the game board; for most screens, this would reveal a category from which trivia questions would be asked to all three contestants by ring-in format. ... Canadian Game Shows Wiki is a FANDOM Games ...

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  • Irish Game Shows | International Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    Sep 01, 2003· The Lyrics Board: Aonghus McAnally Kevin Hough Linda Marti ... Add category; Cancel Save. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted. Fan Feed Explore Wikis Universal Conquest Wiki. Let's Go Luna! Wiki ... International Game Shows Wiki is a FANDOM …

  • Game On! | Canadian Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    A sports-themed quiz show set inside a mock-up of a sports fan's basement. 1 Broadcast 2 Packager 3 Hosts 4 Co-Host 5 Gameplay 5.1 Round 1 5.2 Round 2 5.3 Bud Light Two Minute Warning 5.4 Winning 5.5 Prizes Global: 1998-2000 Lone Eagle Entertainment Tim Steeves (Season 1) David Merry Jennifer Hill 4 categories were announced, each with a column of four questions, each one valued …

  • Test Pattern | Canadian Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    Each window concealed a category or other game feature. In each of the two main rounds, contestants would take turns throwing a fake brick at the game board; for most screens, this would reveal a category from which trivia questions would be asked to all three contestants by ring-in format. ... Canadian Game Shows Wiki is a FANDOM Games ...

  • Pictionary (1997 game show) | Pictionary Wiki | Fandom

    In this version of Pictionary, two teams of three (two celebrities and one contestant) played a drawing game based on the board game. This was played similar to Win, Lose or Draw. 1 Main Game 1.1 Round 1 (Celebrity Round) 1.2 Round 2 (Team Round) 2 Bonus Round 3 Trivia 4 Music 5 Inventor 6 Studio 7 Links 7.1 YouTube Videos 7.1.1 Full Episodes The teams drew puzzles which were all phrases, and ...

  • Time Masters | Australian Game Shows Wiki | Fandom

    Time Masters was a children's game show hosted by Tony Johnston from 1996 to 1998 on the Seven Network. Following its final episode, Johnston went on to host Wipeout, also a Seven Network show. In all seasons at the beginning Tony would meet the two teams of two schoolkids. 1 Season 1 1.1 Round 1: Brain Strain 1.2 Round 2 1.3 Round 3 2 Season 2 & 3 2.1 Round 1: Slam Dunk 2.2 Round 2: …