Game Shows

Team building at its best. Looking for a way to bring the team together or just bring the fun to a party? 

  • Jeopardy Styled Game
  • Family Feud Style
  • Trivia Ladder
  • Minute To Win It
  • Wheel of Fortune Style
  • Deal or No Deal
  • Let's Make A Deal Style
  • Music Bingo

Contestants compete in a quiz game comprising three rounds: Jeopardy!, Double Jeopardy!, and Final Jeopardy! The material for the questions covers a wide variety of topics (including history and current events, the sciences, the arts, popular culture, literature, and languages). Categories can be Customized

Contestants are posed questions that have already been answered by a survey of 100 people. An answer is considered correct if it is one of the concealed answers on the game board or judged to be equivalent. Questions and Answers can be Customized.

A question appears, and contestants use their wireless buzzers to ring in. If a player answers the question correctly, they move up the Prize Ladder. If a player is incorrect, they simply move down the Prize Ladder. First player to the top wins (or whoever has the highest spot on the prize ladder when the round is over).

Contestants take part in a series of 60-second challenges that use objects that are commonly available around the house.
This game features a competition in which contestants solve word puzzles, similar to those used in Hangman, to win cash and prizes determined by spinning a giant carnival wheel (Computerized).
The game revolves around the opening of a set of numbered briefcases, each of which contains a different prize (cash or otherwise). The contents (i.e., the values) of all of the cases are known at the start of the game, but the specific location of any prize is unknown. The contestant claims (or is assigned) a case to begin the game. The case’s value is not revealed until the conclusion of the game.
The show is based around deals offered to members of the audience by the host. The traders usually have to weigh the possibility of an offer for valuable prizes, or undesirable items, referred to as “Zonks”.
Bingo is a game of chance played with randomly played songs which players match against songs that have been pre-printed on 5×5 matrices. The game concludes when the first person achieves a specified pattern from the played songs. The winner is usually required to call out the word “Bingo!”, which alerts the other players and caller of a possible win. All wins are checked for accuracy before the win is officially confirmed.

Team building at its best. Looking for a way to bring the team together or just bring the fun to a party? Check out our options on game shows – from Jeopardy, Family Feud and other current style games, Alabama Game Show is a great way to add an entertaining element to any event.