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Half-hour-long GameShow based on the board game (similar in style to the ''WheresWaldo'' books) and aired on The Hub in which two teams (green and orange, each consisting of two kids and an adult) competed to earn Fish Points over four rounds.

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Half-hour-long GameShow based on the board game (similar in style to the ''WheresWaldo'' ''Literature/WheresWaldo'' books) and aired on The Hub in which two teams (green and orange, each consisting of two kids and an adult) competed to earn Fish Points over four rounds.


* {{Lifeline}}: The "time-out" from the BonusRound.

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* {{Lifeline}}: {{Lifelines}}: The "time-out" from the BonusRound.


* BonusRound: The Penguin Prize Hunt. The team had 10 seconds to study a board of nine penguins, then was given 90 seconds to race through the maze and place the penguins on their appropriate spots. A single [[Lifeline "time-out" button]] stopped the clock and gave another 10 seconds to study the correct layout. Of the penguins, only one awarded the grand-prize trip...and then only if it was in the proper position.

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* BonusRound: The Penguin Prize Hunt. The team had 10 seconds to study a board of nine penguins, then was given 90 seconds to race through the maze and place the penguins on their appropriate spots. A single [[Lifeline "time-out" button]] button stopped the clock and gave another 10 seconds to study the correct layout. Of the penguins, only one awarded the grand-prize trip...and then only if it was in the proper position.


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* {{Lifeline}}: The "time-out" from the BonusRound.


Hour-long GameShow based on the board game (similar in style to the ''WheresWaldo'' books) and aired on The Hub in which two teams (green and orange, each consisting of two kids and an adult) competed to earn Fish Points over four rounds.

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Hour-long Half-hour-long GameShow based on the board game (similar in style to the ''WheresWaldo'' books) and aired on The Hub in which two teams (green and orange, each consisting of two kids and an adult) competed to earn Fish Points over four rounds.



* BonusRound: The Penguin Prize Hunt. The team had 10 seconds to study a board of nine penguins, then was given 90 seconds to race through the maze and place the penguins on their appropriate spots. A single "time-out" button stopped the clock and gave another 10 seconds to study the correct layout. Of the penguins, only one awarded the grand-prize trip...and then only if it was in the proper position.

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* BonusRound: The Penguin Prize Hunt. The team had 10 seconds to study a board of nine penguins, then was given 90 seconds to race through the maze and place the penguins on their appropriate spots. A single [[Lifeline "time-out" button button]] stopped the clock and gave another 10 seconds to study the correct layout. Of the penguins, only one awarded the grand-prize trip...and then only if it was in the proper position.



** StudioAudience: Involved with the first game of each episode, as contestants ran into the audience area to find fish for a hungry penguin.

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** StudioAudience: Involved with the first game of each episode, as contestants ran into the audience area to find fish for a hungry penguin. Also, in later rounds, they would often shout out the locations of the hidden objects.


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* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: The teams (green and orange).


GameShow based on the board game (similar in style to the ''WheresWaldo'' books) which airs on The Hub. Although the Hub has announced a renewal for ''FamilyGameNight'', neither they or anyone else appears to have remembered this show. TheOtherWiki mentions the show only had 65 episodes.

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Hour-long GameShow based on the board game (similar in style to the ''WheresWaldo'' books) which airs and aired on The Hub. Although the Hub has announced a renewal for ''FamilyGameNight'', neither they or anyone else appears in which two teams (green and orange, each consisting of two kids and an adult) competed to have remembered this show. TheOtherWiki mentions the show only had earn Fish Points over four rounds.

The series began October 11, 2010 and aired
65 episodes.episodes, after which it fell off ''everybody's radar''.



!!GameShow Tropes in use:
* BonusRound: The Penguin Prize Hunt.
* GoldenSnitch: Round 3, as it's nearly impossible for the trailing team to catch up afterward.
* Personnel:
** TheAnnouncer: George "G" Gabriel, also the on-camera musical director.
** GameShowHost: Cory Almeida. He sings introductory songs, plays the in-game contest music on both guitar and drums, and performs announcing duties.
** StudioAudience: Involved with the first game of each episode, as contestants run into the audience area to find fish for a hungry penguin.

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!!GameShow Tropes !!GameShowTropes in use:
* * BonusRound: The Penguin Prize Hunt.
*
Hunt. The team had 10 seconds to study a board of nine penguins, then was given 90 seconds to race through the maze and place the penguins on their appropriate spots. A single "time-out" button stopped the clock and gave another 10 seconds to study the correct layout. Of the penguins, only one awarded the grand-prize trip...and then only if it was in the proper position.
*
GoldenSnitch: Round 3, as it's it was nearly impossible for the trailing team to catch up afterward.
* * Personnel:
** ** TheAnnouncer: George "G" Gabriel, also the on-camera musical director.
** GameShowHost: Cory Almeida. He sings
director. In addition to the standard announcing duties, he sang introductory songs, plays songs and played the in-game contest music on both guitar and drums, and performs announcing duties.
**
drums.
** GameShowHost: Cory Almeida.
**
StudioAudience: Involved with the first game of each episode, as contestants run ran into the audience area to find fish for a hungry penguin.



* NoIndoorVoice: Cory.

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* * NoIndoorVoice: Cory.


GameShow based on the board game (similar in style to the ''WheresWaldo'' books) which airs on The Hub. Although the Hub has announced a renewal for ''FamilyGameNight'', neither they or anyone else appears to have remembered this show; further, TheOtherWiki mentions the show only had 65 episodes...which may make this a OneSeasonWonder.

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GameShow based on the board game (similar in style to the ''WheresWaldo'' books) which airs on The Hub. Although the Hub has announced a renewal for ''FamilyGameNight'', neither they or anyone else appears to have remembered this show; further, show. TheOtherWiki mentions the show only had 65 episodes...which may make this a OneSeasonWonder.episodes.


GameShow based on the board game (similar in style to the ''WheresWaldo'' books) which is aired on The Hub. Although the Hub has announced a renewal for ''FamilyGameNight'', neither they or anyone else appears to have remembered this show...which may make this a OneSeasonWonder.

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GameShow based on the board game (similar in style to the ''WheresWaldo'' books) which is aired airs on The Hub. Although the Hub has announced a renewal for ''FamilyGameNight'', neither they or anyone else appears to have remembered this show...show; further, TheOtherWiki mentions the show only had 65 episodes...which may make this a OneSeasonWonder.


GameShow based on the board game (similar in style to the ''WheresWaldo?'' books) which is aired on The Hub. Although the Hub has announced a renewal for ''FamilyGameNight'', neither they or anyone else appears to have remembered this show...which may make this a OneSeasonWonder.

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GameShow based on the board game (similar in style to the ''WheresWaldo?'' ''WheresWaldo'' books) which is aired on The Hub. Although the Hub has announced a renewal for ''FamilyGameNight'', neither they or anyone else appears to have remembered this show...which may make this a OneSeasonWonder.


''Pictureka!'' is a {{game show}} based on the board game of the same name (similar in style to the ''[=~Where's Waldo?~=]'' series of books). It is shown on The Hub, a TV channel that replaced Discovery Kids on October 10, 2010. The show is hosted by Cory Almeida; George Gabriel (identified on-air as "G") is the on-camera musical director. Gabriel sings introductory songs, plays the in-game contest music on both guitar and drums, and performs announcing duties.

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''Pictureka!'' is a {{game show}} GameShow based on the board game of the same name (similar in style to the ''[=~Where's Waldo?~=]'' series of books). It ''WheresWaldo?'' books) which is shown aired on The Hub, a TV channel that replaced Discovery Kids on October 10, 2010. The show is hosted by Cory Almeida; George Gabriel (identified on-air as "G") is Hub. Although the on-camera musical director. Gabriel sings introductory songs, plays the in-game contest music on both guitar and drums, and performs announcing duties.Hub has announced a renewal for ''FamilyGameNight'', neither they or anyone else appears to have remembered this show...which may make this a OneSeasonWonder.



!!GameShowTropes in use:

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!!GameShowTropes !!GameShow Tropes in use:



* Personnel:
** TheAnnouncer: George "G" Gabriel
** GameShowHost: Cory Almedia
** No Indoor Voice: Cory Almedia
** StudioAudience: The first game of every episode has the contestants running into the studio audience to find fish for a hungry penguin.

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* * GoldenSnitch: Round 3, as it's nearly impossible for the trailing team to catch up afterward.
*
Personnel:
** TheAnnouncer: George "G" Gabriel
**
Gabriel, also the on-camera musical director.
**
GameShowHost: Cory Almedia
** No Indoor Voice: Cory Almedia
**
Almeida. He sings introductory songs, plays the in-game contest music on both guitar and drums, and performs announcing duties.
**
StudioAudience: The Involved with the first game of every episode has the each episode, as contestants running run into the studio audience area to find fish for a hungry penguin.



!!Other Tropes in use:

* GoldenSnitch: Round 3! It's nearly impossible for the other team to catch up to the winners of this around.

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!!Other Tropes in use:

* GoldenSnitch: Round 3! It's nearly impossible for the other team to catch up to the winners of this around.
!!This show provides examples of:
* NoIndoorVoice: Cory.
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** No Indoor Voice: Cory Almedia

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