Follow TV Tropes

Following

History Trivia / GetThePicture

Go To



* FollowTheLeader: The "ID something from behind a wall of gradually revealed squares" aspect smacks a bit of ''Series/CatchPhrase'', though they use plain pictures, not animated {{Visual Pun}}s. Having to play "Dots" to reveal something is a bit like ''Series/AllStarBlitz'', though there aren't any celebrities, or word puzzles.

to:

* FollowTheLeader: The "ID something from behind a wall of gradually revealed squares" aspect smacks a bit of both ''Series/{{Concentration}}'' and ''Series/CatchPhrase'', though they use plain pictures, not rebuses or animated {{Visual Pun}}s. Having to play "Dots" to reveal something is a bit like ''Series/AllStarBlitz'', though there aren't any celebrities, or word puzzles.

Added DiffLines:

* FollowTheLeader: The "ID something from behind a wall of gradually revealed squares" aspect smacks a bit of ''Series/CatchPhrase'', though they use plain pictures, not animated {{Visual Pun}}s. Having to play "Dots" to reveal something is a bit like ''Series/AllStarBlitz'', though there aren't any celebrities, or word puzzles.


* NoBudget: They slashed the budget big-time for Season 2. The game was played for points instead of dollars, the first six Mega Memory pictures were cut in half to $100 apiece - not to mention the drastic cut to the time limit. This was because, with the exception of ''[[DoubleDare1986 Family Double Dare]]'', this was the biggest "big money" game show Nick produced, as the total haul in Season 1 could exceed $5,000-$6,000. Season 2's haul was about $3,000-$4,000; granted, most of that was prizes, as the only cash that could be earned was $600, compared to the $1,200+ in Season 1.

to:

* NoBudget: They slashed the budget big-time for Season 2. The game was played for points instead of dollars, the first six Mega Memory pictures were cut in half to $100 apiece - not to mention the drastic cut to the time limit. This was because, with the exception of ''[[DoubleDare1986 ''[[Series/DoubleDare1986 Family Double Dare]]'', this was the biggest "big money" game show Nick produced, as the total haul in Season 1 could exceed $5,000-$6,000. Season 2's haul was about $3,000-$4,000; granted, most of that was prizes, as the only cash that could be earned was $600, compared to the $1,200+ in Season 1.


* NoBudget: They slashed the budget big-time for Season 2. The game was played for points instead of dollars, the first six Mega Memory pictures were cut in half to $100 apiece - not to mention the drastic cut to the time limit as mentioned above.
** This was because, with the exception of [[DoubleDare1986 Family Double Dare]], this was the biggest "big money" game show Nick produced, as the total haul in Season 1 could exceed $5,000-$6,000. Season 2's haul was about $3,000-$4,000; granted, most of that was prizes, as the only cash that could be earned was $600, compared to the $1,200+ in Season 1.

to:

* NoBudget: They slashed the budget big-time for Season 2. The game was played for points instead of dollars, the first six Mega Memory pictures were cut in half to $100 apiece - not to mention the drastic cut to the time limit as mentioned above.
**
limit. This was because, with the exception of [[DoubleDare1986 ''[[DoubleDare1986 Family Double Dare]], Dare]]'', this was the biggest "big money" game show Nick produced, as the total haul in Season 1 could exceed $5,000-$6,000. Season 2's haul was about $3,000-$4,000; granted, most of that was prizes, as the only cash that could be earned was $600, compared to the $1,200+ in Season 1.1.
----

Added DiffLines:

* NoBudget: They slashed the budget big-time for Season 2. The game was played for points instead of dollars, the first six Mega Memory pictures were cut in half to $100 apiece - not to mention the drastic cut to the time limit as mentioned above.
** This was because, with the exception of [[DoubleDare1986 Family Double Dare]], this was the biggest "big money" game show Nick produced, as the total haul in Season 1 could exceed $5,000-$6,000. Season 2's haul was about $3,000-$4,000; granted, most of that was prizes, as the only cash that could be earned was $600, compared to the $1,200+ in Season 1.

Showing 5 edit(s) of 5

Top

How well does it match the trope?

Example of:

/

Media sources:

/

Report