History Series / LegendsOfTheHiddenTemple

26th Feb '16 11:58:57 PM asteroid1717
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* {{Meganekko}}: Some of the contestants wear glasses.
25th Feb '16 2:14:27 AM gsn93
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* UndesirablePrize: Hey, even if you don't get to go to Space Camp, you got a consolation prize like a year's worth of Chef Boyardee or skate shoes!

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* UndesirablePrize: Hey, even if you don't get to go to Space Camp, you got can get a consolation prize like a year's worth of Chef Boyardee or skate shoes!savings bond.
8th Feb '16 1:29:53 PM misawadaichi
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8th Feb '16 1:29:31 PM misawadaichi
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** Anytime a temple game would end in a draw, both teams would earn that part of the Pendant of life.
30th Jan '16 3:46:55 AM BuddyBoy600alt
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* [[Whammy]]: The Temple Guards.

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* [[Whammy]]: {{Whammy}}: The Temple Guards.
30th Jan '16 3:45:17 AM BuddyBoy600alt
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* Whammy: The Temple Guards.

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* Whammy: [[Whammy]]: The Temple Guards.
30th Jan '16 3:44:51 AM BuddyBoy600alt
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* Whammy: The Temple Guards.
25th Jan '16 10:22:51 AM themisterfree
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They decided to hire a glorious and adventurous man to take charge of their next project, known by mortals as Kirk Fogg. The set was then created from various props and endless construction, proudly showing off its TempleOfDoom theme. Finally, the rules were written after endless brainstorming, allowing six pairs of children to go through treacherous pits, climb high walls, and venture into a dangerous and difficult tomb which includes the King's Storeroom, the Observatory, and [[MemeticMutation the Shrine]] [[ThatOneLevel of the]] [[BreadEggsMilkSquick Silver Monkey]]... I, Olmec, stand before this creation, spouting my vast knowledge of mystic legends and guiding the players for their rewards.

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They decided to hire a glorious and adventurous man to take charge of their next project, known by mortals as Kirk Fogg. The set was then created from various props and endless construction, proudly showing off its TempleOfDoom theme. A duo of producers, Scott Stone and David Stanley, known for their [[Series/ShopTilYouDrop wacky, 2-story shopping center]] came onboard the project. Finally, the rules were written after endless brainstorming, allowing six pairs of children to go through treacherous pits, climb high walls, and venture into a dangerous and difficult tomb which includes the King's Storeroom, the Observatory, and [[MemeticMutation the Shrine]] [[ThatOneLevel of the]] [[BreadEggsMilkSquick Silver Monkey]]... I, Olmec, stand before this creation, spouting my vast knowledge of mystic legends and guiding the players for their rewards.
20th Jan '16 12:03:39 PM Pren
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** Years later, Kirk Fogg revealed that the show actually only had the budget to give away a small fraction of the prizes offered, so this kind of thing was pushed as far as humanly possible up to the point where they could still not be accused of deliberately cheating.
1st Jan '16 9:24:35 AM Gimere
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Long ago, in the distant era of the 1990s, [[{{Nickelodeon}} a children's television network]] with studios in Orlando (at the time) was starting to rise in popularity. They created and promoted many programs in multiple media, from LiveActionTV to WesternAnimation. During this time, they decided to seize the popularity of the GameShow television programs where individuals or groups participated for currency or grand items. The network created [[NickArcade a world where the boundary between video games and reality vanished]] and [[DoubleDare1986 a studio where insanity came in the form of green goop and obstacle courses]]. But it was not enough...

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Long ago, in the distant era of the 1990s, [[{{Nickelodeon}} [[Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} a children's television network]] with studios in Orlando (at the time) was starting to rise in popularity. They created and promoted many programs in multiple media, from LiveActionTV to WesternAnimation. During this time, they decided to seize the popularity of the GameShow television programs where individuals or groups participated for currency or grand items. The network created [[NickArcade [[Series/NickArcade a world where the boundary between video games and reality vanished]] and [[DoubleDare1986 [[Series/DoubleDare1986 a studio where insanity came in the form of green goop and obstacle courses]]. But it was not enough...



!!GameShow Tropes in use:

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* {{Crossover}}: With ''[[DoubleDare1986 Double Dare]]'', ''NickArcade'' and ''[[Series/WhatWouldYouDoNickelodeon What Would You Do?]]'' called "Nickelodeon All-Star Challenge" that aired during The Big Help in 1994.

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* {{Crossover}}: With ''[[DoubleDare1986 Double Dare]]'', ''NickArcade'' ''Double Dare'', ''Nick Arcade'' and ''[[Series/WhatWouldYouDoNickelodeon What Would You Do?]]'' called "Nickelodeon All-Star Challenge" that aired during The Big Help in 1994.



* ExcitedKidsShowHost: Using [[NickelodeonGUTS Mike O'Malley]] as a reference, Kirk Fogg is the zany but kind-sounding (if occasionally condescending) variety.

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* ExcitedKidsShowHost: Using [[NickelodeonGUTS [[Series/NickelodeonGUTS Mike O'Malley]] as a reference, Kirk Fogg is the zany but kind-sounding (if occasionally condescending) variety.
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