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Classic Concentration
United States
Published by: Gametek, 1990 | Developed by: Softie, Inc.
Genre: Game Show | Licensed
One at a time, the contestants called out two numbers. If the prizes or special action didn't match, the opponent took a turn. However, if the player did match, whatever prize was printed on the card was placed on a board behind the contestant; or, he (more...)
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Double Dare
United States
Published by: Gametek, 1990 | Developed by: Rare, Ltd.
Genre: Game Show | Licensed
The video game version of Double Dare played exactly like its television counterpart. Rounds one and two were 10-question trivia rounds, each of which started with a toss-up challenge. Round three - the obstacle course - featured eight stages to be comple (more...)
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Family Feud
United States
Published by: Gametek, 1991 | Developed by: Beam Software
Genre: Game Show | Licensed
Let the feud begin the FAMILY FEUD, that is. Join host Louie Anderson and try to find the most popular answer to open-ended survey questions. Try to keep from getting three strikes, which gives the opposition a chance to steal the round. Whoever gets to 3 (more...)
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Fun House
United States
Published by: Hi-Tech Expressions, 1991 | Developed by: Realtime Associates
Genre: Game Show | Licensed
Fun House is a NES action video game which is based on the TV show Fun House and plays like a child's version of The Running Man. In order to make it to the next level, the player must make it from the starting line to the finish within the time limit (more...)
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Hollywood Squares
United States
Published by: Gametek, 1989 | Developed by: Rare, Ltd.
Genre: Game Show | Licensed
Players have to either agree or disagree with fictitious celebrities to earn squares and make tic-tac-toe. The winner goes on to the bonus round where they have to choose the right key and insert it into the proper car. This version was based on the 1980& (more...)
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Jeopardy!
United States
Published by: Gametek, 1988 | Developed by: Rare, Ltd.
Genre: Game Show | Licensed
A version for the Nintendo Entertainment System first appeared in 1987. The game supports up to three players, but does not support the NES Four Score accessory. Three modes of difficulty are available: Easy, Normal, and Hard, with the amount of time allo (more...)
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Jeopardy! 25th Anniversary
United States
Published by: Gametek, 1990 | Developed by: Rare, Ltd.
Genre: Game Show | Licensed
Based on the television game show of the same name. The 25th anniversary edition of this quiz show requires you to provide 'questions' in response to the 'answer' clues. The harder the question the more money it is worth. You can play with (more...)
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Jeopardy! Jr.
United States
Published by: Gametek, 1989 | Developed by: Rare, Ltd.
Genre: Game Show | Licensed
One of the most popular game shows in television history... More comes to your NES in Jeopardy! Just as in the television show, there are three rounds to this game: Jeopardy!, Double Jeopardy!, and Final Jeopardy! This edition is for younger players. (more...)
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