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12th Aug '16 10:29:59 PM Twentington
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** ''Scrabble'' then had its own home game entitled ''[[RecursiveAdaptation TV Scrabble]]'', while Wink Martindale's version of ''Trivial Pursuit'' for [[Creator/ABCFamily The Family Channel]] had its' own adaptation called "Trivial Pursuit Game Show" (and used photos from the pilot on the box).

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** ''Scrabble'' then had its own home game entitled ''[[RecursiveAdaptation TV Scrabble]]'', while Wink Martindale's version of ''Trivial Pursuit'' for [[Creator/ABCFamily The Family Channel]] had its' its own adaptation called "Trivial Pursuit Game Show" (and used photos from the pilot on the box).
2nd Jul '16 10:13:52 AM themisterfree
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* Also featured is the [[InvertedTrope opposite of this trope]]: game shows like ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', ''Trivial Pursuit'' and ''Pictionary'', which were, of course, home games made into game shows.
** ''Scrabble'' then had its own home game entitled [[RecursiveAdaptation TV Scrabble]].

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* Also featured is the [[InvertedTrope opposite of this trope]]: game shows like ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', ''Trivial Pursuit'' ''TabletopGame/TrivialPursuit'' and ''Pictionary'', which were, of course, home games made into game shows.
** ''Scrabble'' then had its own home game entitled [[RecursiveAdaptation ''[[RecursiveAdaptation TV Scrabble]].Scrabble]]'', while Wink Martindale's version of ''Trivial Pursuit'' for [[Creator/ABCFamily The Family Channel]] had its' own adaptation called "Trivial Pursuit Game Show" (and used photos from the pilot on the box).
10th Jun '16 3:55:15 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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* [[Series/TheTonightShow JohnnyCarson]] once poked fun at the trend when he hosted the Oscars during the '70s with the claim that "those of you who don't win will receive 'The Oscars Home Game'."

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* [[Series/TheTonightShow JohnnyCarson]] Johnny Carson]] once poked fun at the trend when he hosted the Oscars during the '70s with the claim that "those of you who don't win will receive 'The Oscars Home Game'."
8th Jan '16 11:20:14 PM Gimere
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Home adaptations of television game shows are made mostly of paper, cardboard and plastic, and often the game play has to be changed significantly to fit the relevant constraints. Since the 1980s, many home games have been created for popular home computers and video game consoles. ''{{Jeopardy}}'' and ''WheelOfFortune'' are probably two of the biggest examples in recent years, at least from the game show front.

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Home adaptations of television game shows are made mostly of paper, cardboard and plastic, and often the game play has to be changed significantly to fit the relevant constraints. Since the 1980s, many home games have been created for popular home computers and video game consoles. ''{{Jeopardy}}'' ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}'' and ''WheelOfFortune'' ''Series/WheelOfFortune'' are probably two of the biggest examples in recent years, at least from the game show front.



* Also featured is the [[InvertedTrope opposite of this trope]]: game shows like ''{{Scrabble}}'', ''Trivial Pursuit'' and ''Pictionary'', which were, of course, home games made into game shows.

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* Also featured is the [[InvertedTrope opposite of this trope]]: game shows like ''{{Scrabble}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}'', ''Trivial Pursuit'' and ''Pictionary'', which were, of course, home games made into game shows.
1st Dec '15 4:22:57 PM CorahsUncle
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* In ''RatchetDeadlocked'', the [[AnnouncerChatter announcer will occasionally remind viewers to purchase the Dreadzone Home Game]]. Given that ''Dreadzone'' is essentially a reality TV show about brutal gladiatorial combat, [[FridgeHorror well...]]

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* In ''RatchetDeadlocked'', ''VideoGame/RatchetDeadlocked'', the [[AnnouncerChatter announcer will occasionally remind viewers to purchase the Dreadzone Home Game]]. Given that ''Dreadzone'' is essentially a reality TV show about brutal gladiatorial combat, [[FridgeHorror well...]]



* A ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' sketch featured a game show called ''I'm Gonna Have Sex With your Wife''. It consists of the sleazy host taking each contestant's wife off-stage and [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin having sex with them]]. At the end, the two runner-ups are given the "''I'm Gonna Have Sex With your Wife'' home game":

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* A ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' sketch featured a game show called ''I'm Gonna Have Sex With your Your Wife''. It consists of the sleazy host taking each contestant's wife off-stage and [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin having sex with them]]. At the end, the two runner-ups runners-up are given the "''I'm Gonna Have Sex With your Wife'' home game":



'''Host''': Yeah, it's mine. Just give it to your wives, they'll know what to do.
* JohnnyCarson once poked fun at the trend when he hosted the Oscars during the '70s with the claim that "those of you who don't win will receive 'The Oscars Home Game'."

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'''Host''': Yeah, it's mine. Just give it to your wives, wives; they'll know what to do.
* JohnnyCarson [[Series/TheTonightShow JohnnyCarson]] once poked fun at the trend when he hosted the Oscars during the '70s with the claim that "those of you who don't win will receive 'The Oscars Home Game'."
1st Dec '15 4:07:53 PM nombretomado
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* When Garfield of ''GarfieldAndFriends'' has a DreamSequence in which he is a contestant on a game show called ''Name That Fish'', one of the things he wins is a copy of the home game. It appears to be a box with fish sticking out.

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* When Garfield of ''GarfieldAndFriends'' ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'' has a DreamSequence in which he is a contestant on a game show called ''Name That Fish'', one of the things he wins is a copy of the home game. It appears to be a box with fish sticking out.
27th Nov '15 11:33:31 AM nombretomado
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* Parodied in ''[[WhoseLineIsItAnyway Whose Line is it Anyway?]]''. Apparently, it comes with a blow-up doll version of Drew Carey. At other times, Drew claimed that the home game was a mail-in premium from ABC; [[BlatantLies one would later receive "a desk and four stools" if they sent in their money]].
* A ''SaturdayNightLive'' sketch featured a game show called ''I'm Gonna Have Sex With your Wife''. It consists of the sleazy host taking each contestant's wife off-stage and [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin having sex with them]]. At the end, the two runner-ups are given the "''I'm Gonna Have Sex With your Wife'' home game":

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* Parodied in ''[[WhoseLineIsItAnyway Whose Line is it Anyway?]]''.''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway''. Apparently, it comes with a blow-up doll version of Drew Carey. At other times, Drew claimed that the home game was a mail-in premium from ABC; [[BlatantLies one would later receive "a desk and four stools" if they sent in their money]].
* A ''SaturdayNightLive'' ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' sketch featured a game show called ''I'm Gonna Have Sex With your Wife''. It consists of the sleazy host taking each contestant's wife off-stage and [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin having sex with them]]. At the end, the two runner-ups are given the "''I'm Gonna Have Sex With your Wife'' home game":



* The first ''WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire'' home game was eventually packaged with a disclaimer advising buyers that it was for entertainment only and offered absolutely no actual cash prize, as so many people who did not grasp that it was only a game tried to claim the million pound TV show prize for successfully completing it.

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* The first ''WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire'' ''Series/WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire'' home game was eventually packaged with a disclaimer advising buyers that it was for entertainment only and offered absolutely no actual cash prize, as so many people who did not grasp that it was only a game tried to claim the million pound TV show prize for successfully completing it.
9th Apr '15 9:36:58 AM Scorntex
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* Fictional game show ''Numberwang'' in ''ThatMitchellAndWebbLook'' is revealed to have an equally overly complicated home game; featuring a pair of 400-sided dice that are too small to see with the human eye, a wig of the host's hair, a rotating board, and a 37-volume rule book, "so you can say 'That's Numberwang!' with confidence!"

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* Fictional game show ''Numberwang'' in ''ThatMitchellAndWebbLook'' ''Series/ThatMitchellAndWebbLook'' is revealed to have an equally overly complicated home game; featuring a pair of 400-sided dice that are too small to see with the human eye, a wig of the host's hair, a rotating board, and a 37-volume rule book, "so you can say 'That's Numberwang!' with confidence!"confidence!" without going to jail for violating the copyright laws that surround the game.
29th Mar '15 6:12:37 PM nombretomado
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* In an episode of ''{{The Fairly OddParents}}'', a knight tries to pull out the Sword in the Stone, but apparently breaks his arm doing it. He is then awarded the "Sword in the Stone Home Game"...and breaks his fingers trying to pull it out.

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* In an episode of ''{{The ''WesternAnimation/{{The Fairly OddParents}}'', a knight tries to pull out the Sword in the Stone, but apparently breaks his arm doing it. He is then awarded the "Sword in the Stone Home Game"...and breaks his fingers trying to pull it out.
7th Oct '14 3:58:25 AM AgProv
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* The first ''WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire'' home game was eventually packaged with a disclaimer advising buyers that it was for entertainment only and offered absolutely no actual cash prize, as so many people who did not grasp that it was only a game tried to claim the million pound TV show prize for successfully completing it.
-->''This game is for entertainment only and all cash values used within it are completely notional.''
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