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Game Shows

Feel the rush of being a contestant in your own game show event or activity. With many formats to choose from, we’ll work with you to come up with a game show experience that is sure to be talked about for years to come. Whether you are planning a team building or corporate event, Fun-Tastic Promotions is the right choice for you.

Game Show Activities & Events

Game Show Gallery

With game show parties like Jeopardy, Name That Tune, & Family Feud (all under a different name of course), as the planner, you’ll get to choose the topic and content for each game. Game shows are a great way to insert new material and ground breaking topics in business, school, and church. Of course, if you want us to come up with the questions, that’s ok too!

Many of the game show themes need podiums in order to play. Ours are high quality and come complete with lock out buzzers, gooseneck mic’s, and auto scoring. Game show events tend to get a little heated when the game comes down to the final question, so rest assured that our equipment will keep your game show fair and square.

Perhaps the most critical part of any game show activity or event is the game show host. We provide top notch hosts that will motivate your crowd and make you feel like you are actually playing on live TV.

No matter what the occasion may be, let us help with your game show activity or event to make sure it is a success. Our experienced staff members are ready to speak with you. Call us at (770) 420-0624 today! You’ll be glad you did.

Game Shows GALLERY

  • Audience Response System – Our Audience Response System offers several options for play. Audience members can respond to trivia questions with just the push of a button. Our hand-held tabulators allow for up to twenty teams and utilize a computer generated scoring system. Game show parties with the Audience Response System are always a hit.

  • Deal or Better Deal (Let’s Make a Deal)

    This format is a fun interactive game that involves audience participation. This format can be played as an individual game or in conjunction with another format. If played alone it is very entertaining if your guests know the game ahead of time in order to give them ample opportunity to plan a costume to wear to the event. The more creative the costume, the greater their chance of being chosen to compete for prizes. The host will mingle with the guests and choose one to ask a question.

    If the question is answered correctly, they are given several options to win a prize (such as taking what is in the host’s pocket, in the bag, or on the rolling cart). The host will then move on to other players. Or a version of this game can be played without costumes in conjunction with another game show format. While teams are coming on or leaving the stage area for a new round, the host will play a quick round of Deal or Better Deal with the audience. Either way, the prizes that are not used doing the game can be used as door prizes at the end of the event.

  • Fabulous Face Off (Family Fued) – Fabulous Face Off includes one face-off podium with gooseneck microphones, two team tables (covered with black spandex cloth with game logo), lap top with gaming program, questions, sound system, host, and 2 system operators. One player from each team tries to be the first to buzz in with the correct answer at the face-off podium. The team representative with the correct answer decides if their team will play or pass. The team that plays must identify the top answers before receiving three strikes for incorrect answers. If they cannot do this then the opposing team has the chance to answer correctly and win the points for that round. A projector and screen will need to be provided on site (not included in price).

  • Game Show Mania – This basic format includes 4 individual podiums with individual goose-neck microphones, lock out buttons, sound system, Game Show Host, and system operator. General trivia questions from a range of topics are used with this format. Custom questions can also be incorporated in with the general trivia. As soon as a question is posed by the host, contestants try to be the first to buzz in with the correct answer. While at the same time, locking out the microphones of the remaining three players. Each contestant’s score is displayed on an electric score board on the front of each players podium.

  • Game Show Maniac – Game Show Maniac includes 4 individual podiums each with a gooseneck microphone, lap top with gaming program, questions, sound system, host, and system operators. Four players compete to be the first to answer a series of questions correct. That player then moves on to attempt to answer a series of challenging questions in hopes of getting top points. A projector and screen will need to be provided on site (not included in price).

  • Name That Tune – This is a fun, high-energy event with group interaction that works great with smaller crowds. This route is more affordable yet still offers the “game show” feeling. The event host is both an entertainer and musical motivator. The package is complete with event host, sound system, and 1 technical support person.

  • Spin to Win (Wheel of Fortune) – Spin to Win includes 4 individual podiums with gooseneck microphones, lap top with gaming program, questions, sound system, host, and 2 system operators. Each contestant has a chance to guess a letter or buy a vowel at his or her turn at the wheel (wheel is on the video screen). Players are trying to be the first to complete the word puzzle correctly. Each contestant’s score is displayed on an electric score board on the front of each players podium. A projector and screen will need to be provided on site (not included in price).

  • Star Power – Star Power includes 4 individual podiums each with a gooseneck microphone, lap top with gaming program, questions, sound system, host, and system operators. The screen displays multiple stars. Each player (in turn) chooses a star. Each star represents a trivia question worth pre-determined points. If the player answers the question correctly then he/she is able to bank the points. Some stars are worth double point value while other stars hide a black hole. Points are deducted for each black hole. Play continues until all of the stars have been cleared off the board. The player to bank the most points wins the game.

  • The Challenge (Jeopardy) – The Challenge includes 4 individual podiums with gooseneck microphones, lock out buttons, laptop with gaming program, questions, sound system, host, and 2 system operators. The contestants choose questions from pre-determined categories and then dollar amount. As the dollar amount increases the questions become more challenging in each category. The players continue to clear the board by choosing category and dollar amount till all the questions have been asked. The winner is determined by the highest score. Each contestants score is displayed on an electronic score board on the front of each podium. A projector and screen will need to be provided on site (not included in price).