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An online board game published by Berkeley Systems in which a group of players race to the top of the ziggurat, their number of steps each turn determined by the popularity of their answer to an opinion-based poll question, and the traps and bonuses set on each step of the ziggurat.
Based on the TV quiz show of the same name. This CD game features full motion video sprites of the host, Alex Trebek, and the contestants as well as digital track of the theme song and the host's voice.
You can play in a multiplayer game or against the computer and can select the number of contestants and the gender and appearance of your own contestant.
There is a larger database of questions than any of the cartridge versions due to the increased capacity of the CD media versus cartridge media of the time.
Based on the television game show, Family Feud. The player chooses a family of five to play against another family. Players are asked to find the most common answers to various questions asked by the host, so the family can earn points. The family with the most points at the end of the game wins the prize money.
QuizKnock Stadium is a quiz arcade game from Konami Amusement announced in 2021. The quiz game is based on the popular QuizKnock youtube channel featuring quizes developed and run by Student and Alumni of Tokyo University.
The location test of the game occured 2021-06-25 at the arcade Silk Hat in Kawasaki.
A side disc to Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner packed with minigames like fortune telling, quizzes and dress-up. There are also other features such as screensavers, wallpapers, desktop themes, calculators, and calendars.
Translating to demon compendium, this Sega Saturn disc is supplementary content to Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner, releasing a few months after the game on April 26th, 1996. It was later packaged in a bundle with the original game in the Special Box re-release. It allows the player to view artwork of Devil Summoner's 255 demons and read about their stats and backstory while listening to music.
The Sega Mega-CD version of Wheel of Fortune was handled by rightsholders Sony themselves through Sony Imagesoft and Absolute Entertainment rather than through GameTek, in a similar fashion to their other game show Mega-CD game, Jeopardy!.
As with Jeopardy!, this game is a flashier production, featuring animated videos, animated sprites, and voice samples of Vanna White (sans Pat Sajak again) and the model contestants and a full spinning Wheel, but also cuts back in other places (most noticeably, Vanna isn't animated as turning letters at all; she merely walks by and the letters turn themselves).