Interactive games are great for team building exercises, but also for event entertainment such as parties and events where the host wants to add a little extra flare to make the event stand out. The interactive games offered by Game Shows Alive, offer a variety of games that allow for teams of friends or employees to go head to head in friendly competition that will test their trivia knowledge. The professional sets also give the event the feel of being on a television game show.
Here is a list of groups that could benefit from an interactive game:
- Youth Groups
- Trade Shows
- Advertising and Promotions
- Grand Openings
Interactive games work for any kind of gathering or celebration because they help bring community together and have the ability to gain the interest of people of all ages and backgrounds. Because the games are question based, the content of the questions can be altered based on age, skill level and relevancy to the event.
Here are the interactive games that Game Shows Alive Offer:
Groups are divided up into teams and must try to guess how one hundred people answered survey questions. If a team gets three strikes before clearing the board, the next team gets to guess and try their luck.
Contestants must compete against each other to complete the question being asked. Different categories will be displayed at the top of the screen with number values below them. The higher the point value, the more difficult the question.
A great game to figure out if you are smarter than your boss, co-worker, friend, mother, neighbor etc. the show host will ask a series of trivia questions and the first to buzz in and pick the correct answer from the list of potential answers displayed on the board will win the round.
Guess the letters as quickly as possible as you race to figure out the turn of phrase displayed on the board. While this game tends to lend itself to one or two participants racing against each other and the clock, the game has been re-formatted so that teams can play together.
A series of trivia questions that have pre-assigned point values. Answer as fast as you can to beat the other team and gather points.
Participants compete head to head or in teams to face off against each other in a trivia battle.
Everyone plays by pressing buttons on a remote to signal the answer to trivia questions. Contestants climb up in ranking based on correct answers. The one who gets the most questions correct in the allotted time is the winner.
In It to Win It
A task is assigned to the competing teams and the members must pick who they think is most likely able to solve the problem. If the task is completed, the team gains points.
Using a “smart” device, players answer trivia questions. The top three players who answer the most questions correctly compete in a “Jeopardy” style game to see who can rack up the most points and earn the name of champion.
A mix between bingo and a sing-along game. You will write the names of different songs on your bingo card and when the jukebox turns on, you must figure out the name of the song and see if it is on your bingo card. Singing along to the songs is strongly encouraged.
Match or No Match
There may only be two to four formal contestants, but the game also involves the audience as a collective panelist. The contestants will get the most points for guessing the answer that the most audience members picked.