A 16-bit adapation of the Merv Griffin general knowledge quiz show Jeopardy! for the SNES and Sega Genesis. While Rare made the original NES adaptation, this Jeopardy! was developed by Park Place Productions (Genesis) and Imagineering (SNES).
The third game of the SSX franchise continues the tradition of over-the-top Uber Tricks, super stylistic characters, and introduces the "One Mountain" concept.
Cheggers Party Quiz
Get the family together and take part in Cheggers Party Quiz, loaded with thousands of questions on entertainment subjects.
Deal or No Deal: The Official PC Game
A game adaptation of the long-running UK game show series broadcast on Channel 4. Head into the dream factory and see if you can beat the banker in a thrilling game of chance.
A Namco action game where the player is a contestant on the futuristic gameshow: Metro Cross!
A deck-building, rogue-lite, turn-based RPG from the creator of VVVVVV and Super Hexagon, built around the theme of six-sided dice.
Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout
Fall Guys is a colorful, multi-round battle royale for up to sixty players.
A video game based from the TV game show of the same name and released in November 1994.
A 35 player battle royale game where the player compete against each other in a series of minigames until only one remains.
An interactive FMV game where the player follows Nick, a washed up actor as he competes in a real life Battle Royale.
Wheel of Fortune: Family Edition
The NES version had up to 3 players compete against one another or the computer in a simulated event of the popular game show, "Wheel of Fortune".
Survival Quiz CITY
A multiplayer elimination game based around quiz knowledge and obstacle course traversal.
Wheel of Fortune
A 1989 arcade game adaptation of the popular American game show, made by Incredible Technologies and GameTek.
A multiplayer game in which players make up expansions for randomly selected acronyms, winning points when the other players vote their "backronyms" best or funniest. Originally an IRC game, Berkeley Systems published a more accessible client-based version in 1997.
The Joker's Wild Jr.
The Joker's Wild Jr. was a gameshow game on the Philips CD-I. It was developed by the company Accent and released in 1994