Nintendo Wii - Released - March 8, 2011
The $10,000 Pyramid debuted in 1973 and went on to became one of the most popular game shows on TV. This version for Wii takes the same classic Pyramid play and adds a few more zeroes to the jackpot! Pick from six categories, then guess words or phrases from that category based on the clues your teammate gives you. Outscore your opponents and earn a trip to the Winner's Circle, where you'll have a chance to win the $1,000,000 prize. Survive 20 single-player episodes or go-head-to-head with a friend in Party Mode. There are over 4800 clues in 800 categories, more than enough to keep you...
Apple II - 1987
This is an early adaptation of the popular TV game show The $100,000 Pyramid. The objective is to reach the top of the pyramid by winning successive rounds. Each round consists of selecting a category from the pyramid. Each category consists of a list of words that share some common thread like "things that are red". One player then tries to give the other player clues to guess the word without saying the word itself. There is also a single player mode that does not resemble the show very much where you have to type in single word clues.
Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1984
3–2–1 was a popular (and successful) British game show that was made by Yorkshire Television for ITV. It ran for ten years, between 29 July 1978 and 24 December 1988, with former Butlins Redcoat Ted Rogers as the host. It was based on a Spanish gameshow called Un, dos, tres... responda otra vez and was a trio of three shows in one, a quiz, a variety and game show. The show was a huge success, consistently pulling in large ratings. The first series, though intended as a summer filler, attracted up to 16.5 million viewers and subsequent years never failed to peak below 12 million. The show...
MS-DOS - Released - August 28, 1984
3-K Trivia is a trivia game for up to six players. Each question round begins with a slot machine which randomly chooses three of the question categories (science, history, geography, nature, sports, show business and two mixed topics). Then the player (each participant is quizzed separately) chooses the category (provided that different ones appeared) and has to answer a trivia question by typing in the answer. Answering correctly awards a certain amount of points and the goal is to collect more than the other players. The specific amount is influenced by a number of factors, most...
Commodore Amiga - 1997
Above Top Secret is a Quiz game, developed by Psyche and published by F1 Licenceware, which was released in 1997.
Commodore Amiga - 1989
ABZoo is Educational game, developed by Excalibur Computing & Learning and published by Indi, which was released in 1989.
Arcade - 1990
Adventure Quiz 2: Hatena? no Daibouken (アドベンチャークイズ2 ハテナ？の大冒険) is a quiz arcade game released in 1990. In 1992 it was ported for PC Engine Super CD-ROM² alongside Adventure Quiz: Capcom World in a single disc. The game features the character Hatena, who goes on a great adventure in seven maps. Characters from Kamen no Ninja Hanamaru have a guest appearance in the game as enemies.
Arcade - 1992
Adventure Quiz: Capcom World 2 (Japanese: アドベンチャークイズ カプコンワールド2) is a quiz game released in exclusively in Japan by Capcom in 1992 as a coin-operated video game. It was the 20th game released by Capcom for their CP System hardware, as well as Capcom's fifth quiz game for the arcade. Capcom World 2 is actually the second sequel to their 1989 quiz game Adventure Quiz: Capcom World (the first sequel was titled Adventure Quiz 2: Hatena? no Daibōken, released in 1990). All three games were released exclusively in Japan. The game features cameo appearances by characters from previous Capcom games...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - June 19, 1992
Adventure Quiz is a compilation of two games previously released on the arcades, Capcom World and Hatena? no Daiboken. Both games play very similarly: the player has to roll dice in order to navigate his/her alter ego on a board with medieval/fantasy backgrounds. Depending on the result, the character advances a certain amount of squares, which lead to various quiz challenges. The player has to answer a series of questions within a time limit, choosing the right answer among the several (usually four) available ones. Two-player gameplay is also possible. Upon reaching the final square of...
MS-DOS - Released - 1983
In Adventures in Math the player takes the role of a treasure hunter who explores a castle. The goal of the game is to find the exit while earning as much points as possible. Points are rewarded for picking locks and finding treasures. To achieve these tasks the player has to solve mathematical riddles while using the four basic arithmetic operations. The answer has to be typed in by using the keyboard. If the player doesn't succeed the game shows the correct answer and he has to try again - but in a few cases the treasure gets stolen by a spider and is lost forever. In the beginning of...
MS-DOS - Released - 1991
The Aeronautics Quiz MK 2 is a shareware quiz by Martin Mielke. The game features 121 questions, appearing in a random order, about the history of flight, particular incidents of the past, especially of World War 2, or technical aspects of miscellaneous airplanes. Choosing between two or more choices the players earns a point for every correct answer. At the end the total score is displayed.
Nintendo Wii - Released - December 7, 2007
Hansen, with his considerable expertise and experience, is the natural choice to chair this sports-oriented quiz. Brave Hansen's dry wit as you put your sporting knowledge to the ultimate test in Alan Hansen's Sports Challenge - Serious Sport. Serious Challenge. Serious Fun!
MS-DOS - March 20, 1992
The Alcor Trivia Pro Classic Star Trek (Star-Log I) is the first of ten Star Trek trivia games by The Alcor Group, Inc.. Each of them offers 150 questions about a special topic of the Star Trek universe. This one is about the adventures of the first Enterprise crew around Captain Kirk. The objective of the game, which can be played by up to ten players, is to answer as many questions as fast as possible to beat your opponents and to enter the hall of fame. For every question you have to choose the correct one out of four answers. A timer counts down and the faster you answer the more points...
MS-DOS - Released - 1989
If you've ever seen the game show you know what the game is like: Two families compete against each other and need to guess the five popular answers to questions like "Name today's top female singer". The amount of people (always a hundred total) who answered the same thing as the family equals the rewarded points. So for example if 20 persons said "Madonna", the family would get 20 points when guessing it. and need to guess the most popular. There are three to five rounds and in the end the family with the most points win.
Sony Playstation 2 - March 28, 2002
America Oudan Ultra Quiz is based on the Japanese TV show of the game name. Like the original show, the game focuses on trivia questions solely related to the United States of America. Areas of knowledge include history, geography, culture, literature, sports, language, and others. The main quiz show takes place in New York and involves questions in random categories. A special travel mode allows the player to visit various locations in the USA, including notable airports, beaches, sports stadiums, and other popular travel destinations. Each of these locations has its own challenges in...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - November 20, 1992
America Oudan Ultra Quiz is a quiz game that follows the formula of the TV game show Ultra Quiz, which originated in the UK and was adapted by broadcasters across the globe. A large number of contestants are whittled down to a small number through a series of elimination challenges, most of which require answering general knowledge questions, in a manner similar to 1 vs. 100. In America Oudan Ultra Quiz, the player can select the name and gender of their character and take part in the quiz with many NPCs.
Commodore Amiga - 1990
Answer Back: Senior Quiz is a Quiz game, developed and published by Kosmos, which was released in 1990. Quizzes are popular with everyone. Quizzes combined with Space-Age sound and colorful graphics are irresistible. Quizzes containing a vast selection of well-researched questions have immense educational value. The ANSWER BACK quiz provides a unique adventure in education by allowing the successful challenger to participate in a simple and compelling game.
MS-DOS - Released - 1993
Arcade Trivia Quiz is a quiz game for 1, 2 or 3 players. There are four blocks of questions. Each block contains questions in six categories; Art & Literature Science Music Film and Television Sport History & Geography Icons representing these categories are displayed in a pyramid arrangement. The icons of available questions flash in sequence and the players must press FIRE at the correct time to select the icon of their choice. All questions are multiple choice with four answers, one correct & three incorrect, being available. Both question selection and answering are timed and...
Nintendo DS - November 12, 2007
Class is in session—how much have you forgotten since grammar school? Step up to the podium and put your smarts on the line to see if you’re smarter than a 5th grader! Go ahead and play…we won’t tell!
Sony Playstation 2 - October 20, 2008
Join Mr. Foxworthy's class and play the Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader trivia game. Every question is based on grade school curriculum and the answers are elementary. Step up to the podium and put your smarts and memory on the line - includes over 6,000 grade school questions. Smarty Pants or Smart Alec? Choose your partner from five brainy 5th graders and test your skills at 23 subjects. More Fun for the Whole Family - Bring home the virtual $1 million prize in Homeroom Mode, take on up to 4 players in Academic Academy Mode, go head-to-head in Flashcards Mode to see who is the quickest and...
Nintendo Wii - December 27, 2010
Be a geomaster without any hassle! Discover landmarks, cities, and many other things... Enjoy this cultural and funny experience! Around the World brings fun to geography! Whether you're alone and want to improve your knowledge or you want to compete with other friends and family in exciting mini-games, this game is for you! It is composed of one solo mode to improve your knowledge about this topic and one multiplayer mode to play with your friends and family. With fun and entertainment, this game addresses geography as a whole through various topics such as monuments, history, sports, art,...
MS-DOS - Released - December 1, 1988
This multiple-choice quiz game asks fifty questions about astronomy. It covers all facets of astronomy, its history, the cosmos and the people who discovered it. Interestingly, the player is given three marks and loses a mark every time a question is answered incorrectly. Bonus marks can be earned by answering five questions correctly. At the end of play, marks are cashed in for points, meaning that the best possible score is 63.
Windows - 1995
Backpacker is a game about travelling around the world. The objective is to travel around the world as fast as possible, to visit as many cities as possible or to get a certification for as many jobs as possible. To do that the player must answer questions about different cities and jobs.
MS-DOS - Released - November 15, 1993
Beer Trivia tries something that very few games (only Rockstar and BarneySplat come to mind) attempt: to simulate inebriation in textmode. It plays as a multiple-choice trivia game, with lurid questions such as adults of drinking age might exchange at a local tavern, with one difference: if you get a question wrong, you have to "take a drink". Who can get drunk on virtual booze, you ask? As the character gets progressively more and more smashed, more and more of the text characters are replaced by random garble (the game's billed "intoxication simulation!"), making it more difficult to...
Commodore Amiga - 1989
Better Maths is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by School Software, which was released in Europe in 1989.
MS-DOS - Released - 1990
Biology 101 has five levels. The first level, SYSTEMS, deals with major organ and system functions; the next level, PLANTS, contains questions about plant groupings. The third section, ANIMALS, asks you to place various animals in the correct phylum and class. The fourth section, PIONEERS, is a quiz on the history of biology that asks the you to match scientists with their contributions. The last section, ECOLOGY, stresses a wide range of questions about the environment and requires knowledge of basic chemistry and other sciences as well as biology.
Sega Saturn - March 15, 1996
Brain Battle Q (??????? Q) is a quiz game for the Sega Saturn.
Emerson Arcadia 2001 - 1982
Brain Quiz is a quiz game, developed and published by Emerson Radio Corp., which was released in 1982.
BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1984
A computer game version of a famed TV quiz show based around the game of darts. The computer version features 2 players, both human-controlled - on TV there were 3 teams of 2 (one amateur darts player and one to answer questions).
Sony Playstation 2 - March 27, 2009
Buzz!: Brain of... is the eighth title in the Buzz! series of quiz video games. The game has 21 regional variations with the game's title being changed depending upon region, but the basic concept behind the game remains the same. The questions in Buzz!: Brain of the UK are specifically about UK general knowledge. Wildlife, TV, Sport. The versions of the game for other countries follow the same pattern except for being slanted towards general knowledge with a connection to that specific country. The PlayStation 2 version of the game will follow the same format as previous Buzz! games...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 17, 2006
Buzz!: The BIG Quiz is a general knowledge quiz game that uses four bespoke USB buzzers, introduced in Buzz!: The Music Quiz, instead of the usual PlayStation 2 dual shock controllers. This means that four players can play right away. The game itself is set in the format of a TV gameshow with the contestants behind podiums. The questions appear on a jumbotron, introduced by the show's host: Buzz. The main game is split over eight rounds starting with simple game mechanics but getting gradually more complex and causing more competitiveness. The question types are general knowledge and cover...
Sony Playstation 2 - April 27, 2007
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.
Sony PSP - Released - January 14, 2011
Buzz!: The Ultimate Music Quiz is a music quiz in a TV gameshow format, hosted by the eponymous Buzz. The game offers a variety of single player and multiplayer modes (up to 6 players on PSP, up to 8 on PS3), local or online. On PS3, the game supports PlayStation Move in addition to the regular Buzz! Buzzers.
Sony PSP - Released - December 18, 2009
Buzz!: Quiz World, developed by Relentless Software, is the ninth game in the Buzz! series of quiz games. The game is available for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable consoles. It allows users to use question packs purchased for previous Buzz! games as well as supporting user created content and online play. Unlike the previous PSP Buzz!, Buzz: Quiz World (PSP) supports DLC. As with all previous Buzz games the game is available in a game only (Solus) version or in a bundle which includes 4 wireless Buzz! Buzzers and a USB dongle for wireless connectivity (each dongle can connect 4 buzzers...
Nintendo Game Boy - December 21, 1990
Capcom Quiz: Hatena? no Daibouken (??????? ????????) is a quiz game released for Game Boy in 1990. It features characters from several Capcom games and series.
MS-DOS - Released - 1988
Based on a popular television show at the time it was released, Card Sharks is a question and answer guessing game in which you compete against a computer player or another "live person". Questions are asked based upon a poll of 100 people. You must guess how many out of 100 answered Yes or No. Your opponent then has the chance to guess whether the true answer is higher or lower than your answer. If you are right, you are taken to the "Cards" screen to play a video version of the "High Low" card game. Guessing correctly lets you keep control of the board, and the next question. If you lose,...
Nintendo Wii - Released - December 7, 2007
Cheggers, Chegwin, Keith -- call him what you will, there is no denying he’s one of Britain's best loved TV personalities ... and he'll be 'round your house with Cheggers' Party Quiz! Cheggers' Party Quiz is jam-packed with thousands of entertainment questions, all brought into your front room by the eternally ebullient host, Keith Chegwin!
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 13, 1991
Chibi Maruko-Chan: Harikiri 365-Nichi no Maki ("Chibi Maruko's Volume of 365 Days") is a virtual boardgame adaptation of the Chibi Maruko-Chan "slice of life" manga.The goal is to move along a board of 28-31 spaces that represent a month, finding helpful items and either gaining or losing money depending on what is found after each roll. The first player to pass the finish line gets a 100 yen bonus, but players that keep rolling low numbers might find themselves with more money in the long run if they're particularly fortunate. Games can be set from 1 month up to an entire 12 months, with the...
MS-DOS - Released - 1988
Concentration was a popular game show in the mid-to-late 1980s, and this game was adapted from that television program. Two players can play against each other, or one person can play against a computer generated opponent. The answer to the puzzle is hidden by tiles. The tiles have words denoting game prizes ("Mexico", "Camera", "Telescope", for example), and your object is to find the two matching worded tiles. Exposing two at a time, your memory is taxed as more prize tiles are revealed and then covered over again. As more tiles are matched, the hidden puzzle is revealed. Solve the puzzle...
Commodore 64 - Released - 1988
One of the better game show conversions for PC that Softie produced, Classic Concentration succeeds in capturing the excitement of the Alex Trebek classic TV show. In this wonderfully original game, the goal is to solve the rebus that lies beneath 30 numbered panels (a rebus is a puzzle in which words are represented by combinations of pictures and individual letters). Two contestants face off, each taking a turn at control of the game board. On a turn, a contestant selects two panels, revealing a prize under each. If the two prizes match, the portion of the rebus that lies beneath is...
MS-DOS - Released - 1989
Concentration was a popular game show in the mid-to-late 1980s, and this game was adapted from that television program. The sequel, Classic Concentration 2nd Edition, features the same interface with even more puzzles to solve. Two players can play against each other, or one person can play against a computer generated opponent. Solve the rebus that lies beneath 25 numbered panels (a rebus is a puzzle in which words are represented by combinations of pictures and individual letters). The tiles have words denoting game prizes ("Mexico", "Camera", "Telescope", for example), and your object...
MS-DOS - Released - 1992
In the simulation of another CBS' TV gameshow with 1,000 questions you can play with a friend or challenge a computer-selected opponent. The gameshow was not aired at the times of game production and released for the first time as pilot in 1996. The object of the game is to earn the most money in two Matches, rob the Vault and make a safe getaway. Match consists of two Rounds: the Number Seeker and the Combination Cracker. Round 1: The Number Seeker gameboard consists of 9 boxes, each numbered from 1 to 99. Before selecting a number, players are asked a randomly selected trivia question,...
MS-DOS - Released - July 1, 1988
This multiple-choice quiz game, published as part of Big Blue Disk #21, asks one hundred questions about computer hardware and software. Interestingly, the player is given three "men," and loses a man every time a question is answered incorrectly. Bonus men can be earned by answering ten questions correctly. At the end of play, men are cashed in for points, meaning that the best possible score is 113. Obviously, this is a bit dated, but it's a fun snapshot of the computer world of the late eighties.
Sony Playstation - June 8, 2016
Cosmic Cookoff Mathematics Lightspan Games with Learning Objectives: understand & identify place value, whole numbers, fractions, decimals, learning graphs, test taking skills and more.
MS-DOS - Released - 1994
A game based on the successful UK TV Show (1990 - 1995) of the same name. You have a team of six which you lead around the maze. There are four zones: Ocean, Aztec, Medieval and Futuristic. There are four types of game, Physical, Mental, Skill, and Mystery. Every game you win earns you a time crystal worth 5 seconds in your final destination, the Crystal Dome.
MS-DOS - Released - 1992
Deluxe Trivial Pursuit is an improved new version of Trivial Pursuit, featuring among others 3,000 new questions, VGA 256-color graphics, music and sound effects, and a fully animated quizmaster.
MS-DOS - Released - 1996
Dinosaur Predators is a shareware educational game for all ages. In this game players get to play as prehistoric creatures and venture out to catch their prey. The game is divided into four games: "Jurassic Dinosaurs," "Terror in the Swamp," "Oviraptor Egg Thief," and "Ice Age Mammals." During the game players advance their scores by answering questions on geologic life.
Sony Playstation - December 1, 1999
Disney's Pixar - A Bug's Life - Activity Center is one of the activity centers from Disney, in the game the kids have a great time exploring ant island and playing games with Flik, Dot and Francis. The kids can make their own puppet show by making puppets, scenes and choosing dialogue and take bug pictures to learn about different types of bugs. There is also a fun board game to play on the computer or print and play with friends away from the computer. This activity center is packed with fun and full of the zany bugs from the hit Disney movie, A Bug's Life. Manufacturer's...
Sony Playstation - 2002
Disney Learning Mickey introduces school-age players to the worlds of time, listening, and dancing. Players will have the company of Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and other Disney characters throughout the game. The "edutainment" includes matching exercises, identification games, and creativity art opportunities. The developers have targeted seven primary areas: cognitive, creative, emotional, moral, physical, social, and thinking skills are all given attention. Features: * Develops over 20 essential skills including early reading, sequencing and addition * Enhances memory, listening,...
Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988
Donald's Alphabet Chase is an educational game for children ages 2-5 featuring Donald Duck. Donald's alphabet letters have escaped and are now hiding throughout the house! You need to help Donald locate all 26 of the letters and put them back in place. By pressing a letter on the keyboard, an animation is displayed where Donald finds and catches that letter. There are six different screens a letter may be hiding on, and each letter features a different animation. When all of the letters have been collected, the game is over and a bonus screen is displayed.
MS-DOS - Released - 1988
Double Dare is the computer version of the game show originally hosted by Marc Summers. Like the TV show, the game is basically a trivia game with the added enhancement of being able to answer the question, or take a dare. Dares consist of the Toss-up Challenge, the Physical Challenge, and in the last round, the Obstacle Course. Questions are varied, and in large enough number to avoid excessive repetition even over several games worth of play.
MS-DOS - Released - 1986
A text based quiz game about human sexuality. Dr. Ruth did the questions along with her researchers. It is a time based quiz game where you have multiple choice. These are not obvious and sometimes you have to choose the only true or false answer among the four or five choices. There is a countdown clock and your score also is modified by how fast you answer the questions.
Windows - June 21, 2016
For 3-8 players and an audience of thousands! Your phones or tablets are your controllers! The game of terrible drawings and hilariously wrong answers.
Nintendo DS - Released - March 13, 2008
A person's handwriting is said to portray his or her character and so it is important to polish your handwriting skills to perfection. With DS Bimoji Training, you have found an excellent teacher. The software comes with a touch pen styled as a calligraphy brush. The software analyzes your handwriting and pick out the commendable points and the areas that needs more refinement. It consists of more than three thousand words to be practiced in its database, a dictionary, tests complete with cyber-certificates that proves your level and fun mini-games.
Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990
Emlyn Hughes' Arcade Quiz is a game based on quiz machines found in bars and public houses. The idea is to move through ten mazes of blocks and reach the Win bar on the right of the screen. Be careful though, as the maze scrolls to the left and if your not quick enough you will reach the Lose bar on the left of the screen. When you reach the Win bar you enter a bonus game where on a time limit you have to answer as a number of questions based on how many coins you collected. Afterwards you have a choice to either cash in your money or move onto the next level which will cost you money to...
MS-DOS - Released - 1992
Expert School of Knowledge is a trivia game for up to four players. There are three levels of play; beginner, intermediate, and advanced. Beginner gives one point per answer with thirty seconds on the clock. Intermediate gives two points and twenty seconds. Advanced rewards three points per correct answer but only allows ten seconds per answer. There are ten questions per category and the categories are; literature, music & arts, history, grab bag, entertainment & sports, science & computers, nature, mathematics, geography, and vocabulary. Randomly the game will ask you a bonus question which...
MS-DOS - Released - 1987
This is the first Family Feud computer game based on the successful television game show. A few years later, Softie developed The All New Family Feud with more advanced graphics and music. Two families compete against each other or against a computer family, 5 people per family. Just like in the TV show, there are 3 Rounds ending in a timed Bonus "Fast-Money" Round. Randomly generated questions are asked, and the object is to figure out the most popular answers from the 100 people poled. Each member of the family contributes during the Rounds, and two people play in the Bonus Round.
Nintendo Wii - September 29, 2009
The Family Feud games features all of the favorite elements of the show as played on television, with two families playing against each other in a contest to name the most popular answers to survey questions posed to 100 people. The game is rendered with a dynamic redesign of familiar aspects such as the scoreboard, face offs, strikes, stealing and fast money rounds. The Family Feud game also incorporates connected gaming elements to make it easy and entertaining for friends and family to play and interact together.
Nintendo Wii - October 18, 2011
Family Feud 2012 Edition features all of the familiar and favorite challenges from the hit TV game show. Players can compete in one of two gameplay modes – challenge mode or party mode. In challenge mode, a team of up to five players challenges one of 48 opposing families to unlock hilarious outtakes and ‘best of’ videos from the television show which features host Steve Harvey. In party mode, two teams will battle head-to-head to name the most popular responses from a pool of more than 2000 questions.
Nintendo Wii - Released - October 23, 2009
Play your familey's favourite quiz game together at home: can you predict what 100 people thought were the best answers to surprising questions? - Play with your own Mii characters! - 'Virtual Vernon' hosts your game! - Answer 2,000 questions from the Family Fortunes Surveys! - Exciting quiz game for your whole family: everyone can play! - Play the Single, Double and Big Money rounds. - Multiplayer mode: competition between 2 families / teams!
Arcade - 1983
Fax is a trivia game which asks questions about a number of topics, including: General Knowledge, Sports, History and Entertainment. This was released by Exidy in 1983 and written by Vic Tolomei and Larry Hutcherson hopeful to play on the Trivial Pursuit craze as it was released over a year earlier than the registered Trivial Pursuit versions (produced by Bally/Sente). The game came in what was essentially a jukebox cabinet (complete with a woodgrain finish), which lent itself to possible markets outside of the typical arcade setting. It had a 9-inch monitor mounted in the center, logo on...
Sony Playstation Vita - October 23, 2012
Join the party and discover all that PS Vita has to offer. -Enter Frobisher's colourful world and prepare to face one of the weirdest, funniest and most addictive gaming experiences around. -Try out the full range of the PS Vita system's features in a series of fast-paced mini-games. -Poke otters with sticks, deliver puddings, draw on eggs or smile at ladies as you respond to Frobisher's commands. -Pass the PS Vita system around up to seven of your friends for hilarious multiplayer sessions.
MS-DOS - Released - 1989
Fun House is a game based on a children's TV game show. The game's object is to test luck and skill at stunts and trivia questions. Two contestants compete against each other to win the stunt and trivia rounds. Then the winner goes to gather prizes in the maze.
MS-DOS - Released - 1993
The game is a combination of two genres, platformer and quiz game. Gadget, the main character, has invented a time machine and uses it to go back to the dinosaur age. In order to return, he must obtain a crystal to power the time machine. This allows him to go forward in time to the next major age. The crystal is only available to collect after answering enough questions. The questions are scattered around each level, in the form of some object from that era and are multiple choice. A question only appears in one location at a time, and answering a question incorrectly results in it moving...
Commodore Amiga - 1993
Gadget: Lost in Time is a Platform game, developed by Synergy Inc. and published by ESP Software, which was released in Europe in 1993. This is a quite simple platformer which starts with a rather steep learning curve. The game is a mix of two genres: an ordinary platformer, combined with a quiz game, asking single-choice questions from the player (three choices in total). Short instructions: Find the crystal and return it back to the time machine. You cannot free the crystal until you have answered ALL questions correctly. H - pause game U - use item (remote control, gun, mirror,...
Commodore Amiga - 1991
Game Set Match is an Educational game, developed by Helios and published by Genisoft, which was released in Europe in 1991.