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The team behind the hit party games Fibbage, Quiplash, and YOU DON’T KNOW JACK presents Drawful 2, the game of terrible drawings and hilariously wrong answers!
You use your phone or tablet to draw weird and funny things like “pitcher of nachos” or “death by trombone.” The other players type in what they think the (probably terrible) drawing is and those become the multiple-choice wrong answers. Then everyone - even an audience of potentially thousands – tries to guess the REAL answer.
Drawful 2 is a go-to party game that everyone can play and enjoy!
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Akinator, the Web Genie (formerly Akinator, the web Genius) is an internet game and mobile app based on Twenty Questions that attempts to determine which character the player is thinking of by asking them a series of questions. It is an artificial intelligence program that can find and learn the best questions to ask the player. Created by three French programmers in 2007, it became popular worldwide in November 2008, according to Google Trends. In Europe popularity peak was reached in 2009 and Japan in 2010 with the launch of mobile apps by French mobile company SCIMOB, reaching highest ranks on app store . While playing "Akinator", questions are asked by a cartoon genie.
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Buzz!: The Hollywood Quiz is the fifth installment in the Buzz! series of video games developed for the PlayStation 2 by Relentless Software. Players have to answer questions asked by the quiz master (the eponymous Buzz) using the four Buzz! remote controls.
There are two games available in the single player mode, which are Time Builder, where answering questions will gain time in the final round, and Hotseat, where players must answer as many questions as they can, using the time they accumulated in Round 1. To gain points, players must bank when appropriate. If they get a question wrong, they lose all the points they did not bank
The threequel to the party game phenomenon features the deadly quiz show Trivia Murder Party, the say-anything sequel Quiplash 2, the surprising survey game Guesspionage, the t-shirt slugfest Tee K.O., and the sneaky trickster game Fakin’ It.
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A spin-off of Visit's Shinri Game quiz series that frames its probing questions with a geographical TV quiz show.
Zengoku Juudan Ultra Shinri Game ("National Longitudinal Slice Ultra Psychology Game", referring to how the in-game game show selects a region for a question by picking its longitude) is a quiz show for the Super Famicom that opts for questions of a more personality-test nature. With every Shinri Game, these questions are presented with a distinct framing device: in Zengoku Juudan's case, the game is presented as if it was a TV game show that pulls its questions from specific regions and prefectures of Japan.
It follows three previous Shinri Games for the system, but isn't a true sequel - The Shinri Game IV, released on PlayStation in 1998, is the "true" fourth The Shinri Game.
Buzz!: The Big Quiz is the second in the Buzz! series of PlayStation 2 games developed by Relentless Software.
Initial promotional material had it named Buzz! The Uber Quiz, however Sony Computer Entertainment Europe announced the change upon the game's launch. The format is essentially that of the original: Buzz!: The Music Quiz. However, The Big Quiz covers an extensive range of general knowledge questions, including geography, history, sport, television, movies, as well as music.
The Big Quiz was released in the UK on 17 March 2006. In the same year it won a BAFTA for best casual and social game.
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Playing UNO with friends, family, and the millions of fans worldwide has never been easier! Join one of the largest mobile gaming communities and enjoy a free multiplayer experience, brand-new game modes and tournaments that let you shout "UNO!" on a whole new level!
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Good evening and welcome to Family Gameshow! This will be the most fun you can have in front of your TV as you and your friends become contestants on the best Gameshow out there! Come and join me as you play three fantastic Gameshow formats, you can choose to play Control Freak, Hosted by Larry Lightfoot, Brain Strain, Hosted by Professor Plank or Puzzle Addict, Hosted by Tom Wordsworth. Let the show begin!
• 3 Shows in 1 Game
• 1-4 Players
• 3000+ Questions
Jeopardy! Deluxe Edition is an updated version of it's Jeopardy! predecessor which features over 3,500 different new questions along with the standard features of Jeopardy such as Daily Doubles, a digitized likeness of the host, Alex Trebek and even the theme music. Like it's previous version, the player uses the buttons to buzz in and using the d-pad to highlight letters and spelling out their answers. The player can also play against two friends or play against the computer A.I. instead.
Buzz!: The Mega Quiz released as Buzz! The Maha Quiz in India was developed by Relentless Software and is the fourth game in the Buzz! series for the PlayStation 2, alongside Buzz! Junior: Robo Jam. Buzz! The Mega Quiz has over 5,000 questions. Along with Buzz! Junior: Jungle Party, this was one of the first Buzz games released in North America, also the first game in the series to have a 12+ rating by PEGI.
For 3-8 Players and an Audience of thousands!
The team behind the hit party games YOU DON’T KNOW JACK, Fibbage, and Drawful presents Quiplash, the laugh-a-minute battle of wits and wittiness! Use your phone or tablet to answer simple prompts like “Something you’d be surprised to see a donkey do” or “The worst soup flavor: Cream of _____.”
No rules, no correct answers! Say whatever you want!
Your answer is pitted against another player’s answer in a head-to-head clash of cleverness and comedy (or just “Which answer is least stupid?”). Other players – and even an Audience of people waiting to get in the next game – then vote for their favorite answer.
Quiplash is a go-to party game that everyone can play and enjoy!
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Hollywood Squares is a NES puzzle game based on the television game show of the same name. Players have to either agree or disagree with fictitious celebrities to earn squares and make tic-tac-toe. Much like the TV series, winning one of the first two games is worth $500, the third game is worth $1,000 and the second game is always the "Secret Square" game. The winner then goes on to the bonus round, where they have to choose one of five keys and insert it into the proper car among the five offered. This version was based on the 1980's version hosted by John Davidson