Virtual Game: A Journey Through the History of Gameshows

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  • Live Guide
  • Private Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 2 hr

Your own private broadcast of a game show night, accompanied by a host and bespoke elements. A new completely unique game that you can play anywhere in the world. Bring your estranged families, friends, and colleagues together in this 2-hour bundle of problem-solving fun.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: BucketRace

This virtual, interactive, competitive game takes our players on a journey through the history of game shows. Our journey begins in the 1930s with the first-ever televised game show 'Spelling Bee', and then continues through the decades ending in the modern-day. Players compete head-to-head in mock-ups of the most popular games from each decade and interact by answering questions, completing challenges, uploading videos, placing bets, and gambling it all on our wheel of fortune mock up. We score our games using Google forms and group sizes can range from 2-200 people. For bigger groups, we suggest using alternating break-out rooms, which allow players to socialise with multiple people.

The rounds are as follows. Spelling Bee (1930s), People are funny (1950s), A question of sport (1960s), The Generation Game & Blankety Blank (1970s), Countdown & Wheel of Fortune (1980s), Fun house, You bet & Who Wants to Be a Millionare (1990s), Pointless, Deal or No Deal, Only Connect and Minute to Win it (2000s).
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