For years people have asked if we can “combine our shows” – for instance, do a show that is part Survey Says and part Fast Action Trivia. The answer has always been “no” because they have unique characters and set pieces. The answer is now YES! – we now can have a total of 9-12 different games that we’ll play in 3-4 rounds. We’re calling it “Game Show Medley”.
The first game in a round will always be one where everyone can compete, either through their phones or devices or by simply standing up.
The second game in a round will be a team game, played on stage, with teams ranging from 4-6 players. Winners get a small prize.
The third game in a round will be the members of the winning team playing against one another for the championship of that round and a larger prize.
For Example: Round 1 is as follows:
Game 1: Trivia Time – everyone plays for 10 minutes answering hosted trivia questions via their phone. Results are shown on the video screen – as is a leaderboard. The faster you answer the questions – the more points you get.
Game 2: Line Up: 8-12 people come up on stage and divide into two groups. They’re each given a single sign with a number on it 1 through 6. The host announces the number that they have to rearrange themselves into (their bodies, not just the signs) and the team that does it fastest wins points. They can’t look at the video screen, they have to listen to the number from the host. This is a timed event and it becomes worth more points the closer it gets to the end of the round.
Game 3: Knock Out Punch: The winning team all gets a small prize (usually $5-$10) and then competes in a game where there are four buttons/buzzers on a table. On screen are robot boxers reminiscent of the “Rock ‘em, Sock ‘em Robots”. The game starts and it’s simple, fast and to the point. When a certain color appears behind your robot you have to press the corresponding button. The first one to do so wins with a single punch and stays on stage, the other person returns to their seat. This continues until only one person remains. They get a larger prize.
All rounds will have different games that are played. The longest will be a 10 minute round – those are the ones that the audience plays on their phones. All other games are short and sweet. There will be a Majority Rules round, a Survey Says style round, and a Fast Action Trivia Round.