This article seeks to show you how Gameshows for your Fundraisers can be run for a fraction of the price of other events.
Our Gameshows have been designed to be run on Laptop in Full HD and be shown on TVs or Projectors depending on the venue.
I have always loved Gameshows having watched them from an early age including Sale Of The Century, 3-2-1 and The Generation Game in the early 70s.
When I got my hands on the right software in 1998, I started to try my hand at recreating some of my favourites from that time.
Who Wants to be a Hundredaire was the first gameshow I created and it started under a different name. All of the features of the TV show are recreated in this gameshow including the three lifelines, Ask The Audience, 50-50 and Phone a friend.
The game is fully computerised and can be shown on TV screens and/or a large projector screen depending on the venue.
The first time it was used was in the Ferbane Festival of 2000.
The second gameshow I created was MASTERMINDS based on the TV show of a (very very) similar name.
This is a great show for a club or organisation who wants to hold regular fundraisers as part of a social scene.
Familiar Fortunes based on the TV Show of a similar name was the third gameshow I created.
This show is great fun as it can involve 10 people and it has all the sounds and graphics of the original.
The CHASER being the most popular gameshow of the last decade just had to be on my list.
This was the most difficult gameshow to recreate but was well worth the effort.