20 Games Like Who Wants To Be A Millionaire()
This latest entry in 2k Sports WWE series boasts a next generation graphics engine, the largest roster of any WWE game before it with the rosters updated gimmick sets and show stylings to closely resembles the current TV product, and the first WWE 2k only be released on current generation hardware.
Seth Rollins was revealed to be the cover star, and the game's slogan is "Be Like No One."
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!
Rise is a small kid of Gamearth, the world where the classic videogame characters live. He finds himself lost in the middle of a war against the Space Grunts, the bald muscular soldiers with big guns that just invaded his world. Only with the help of the legendary gun, Shine, he’ll be able to stay alive and just maybe, incredibly, save his planet from the invaders.
The game mixes pure shooting arcade with the use of different bullets to solve all the situations Rise will find on his path. Think of a more arcadey Another World, also with a very tight relationship between gameplay and story.
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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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Players will once again assume the role of the New Kid, and join South Park favorites Stan, Kyle, Kenny and Cartman in a new hilarious and outrageous adventure. This time, players will delve into the crime-ridden underbelly of South Park with Coon and Friends.
This dedicated group of crime fighters was formed by Eric Cartman whose superhero alter-ego, The Coon, is half man, half raccoon. As the New Kid, players will join Mysterion, Toolshed, Human Kite, Mosquito, Mint Berry Crunch and a host of others to battle the forces of evil while Coon strives to make his team the most beloved superheroes in history.
This collection includes five same-room multiplayer party games.
A trivia game YOU DON’T KNOW JACK 2015 (1-4 players).
A bluffing game Fibbage XL (2-8 players), with over 50% more questions added to the original hit game Fibbage.
A drawing game Drawful (3-8 players).
Word Spud (2-8 players).
Lie Swatter (1-100 players).
Players play using their phones, tablets, or computers as controllers.
If the wheel lands on any given amount, say $1000, and if you guess the correct consonant in any given puzzle in rounds 1-3, you win the $1000. Furthermore, if there is more than one consonant in the puzzle, your $1000 will be multiplied (e.g. four R's in a puzzle awards you with $4000). Each vowel you buy will cost you $250, however, you will not lose more than $250 even if there is more than one single vowel in a puzzle (e.g. if there are three A's in a puzzle you will not lose $750). But you will still lose $250 if you guess a vowel incorrectly. If the wheel lands on "Bankrupt" you will lose all your money (however, the money you carried over from round 1 will not be lost). If the wheel lands on "Lose a Turn," the turn goes to the other contestant. If the wheel lands on "Free Spin," you can spin again. This option is one way to keep you in the lead.
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.
Descending the networks of metal girders had always reminded me of old platform videogames like Donkey Kong or BurgerTime. I'd seized upon this idea a few years earlier when I coded my first Atari 2600 game (a gunter rite of passage, like a Jedi building his first lightsaber). It was a Pitfall rip-off called The Stacks where you had to navigate through a vertical maze of trailers, collecting junk computers, snagging food voucher power-ups, and avoiding meth addicts and pedophiles on your way to school. My game was a lot more fun than the real thing.
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? the video game features all the TV Show Quiz Game's assets and structure. There are 15 questions that will take you from a virtual 100 to 1 million. There are 4 answers to each question and only one of the answers is correct. Use the Wii Remote to choose the answer you think is correct. If you're right, you will win the virtual value for that question and move onto the next level.
Are you Smarter Than a 5th Grader? demonstrates exactly how much adults have forgotten since their elementary school days. Art? Math? Social Studies? It's all up on the chalkboard again as adult contestants team up with students to answer questions based on material from elementary school textbooks.
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.