Top 10 Best Kids Game Shows of All TimeThese game shows were directed towards kids in general.
The Top Ten
Double Dare every Saturday morning on Going Live BBC1 26 September 1987-18 April 1992. I was only a toddler. R.I.P. Double Dare. Come back to Saturday morning kids shows.
Yes the game show not the show. - htoutlaws2012
1991-1996. Came back once in 2006. Fun House vs Finders Keepers.
Yes! CITV, hosted by Neil Buchanan or umm BBC children's game show called Finders Keepers that started in 1981, finished in 1985.
No Incredible Games is not about the movie The Incredibles. It was a kids game show on BBC2. It had different games The Victorian Schoolmaster - The kids dressed in Victorian school uniform, would enter a Victorian schoolroom and greeted by the ghost of Victorian Schoolmaster with gunge. They had to answer questions. If they got three wrong they were gunged. Radioactive Balloons which where full of slime had to be passed around a course except the kids couldn't see what they were doing.
The Dark Knight who was Simon Shelton who later did Tinky Winky on the Teletubbies. The kids had to make it across the board without The Dark Knight catching them. Everyone who was caught they would be locked in the laundry baskets. Alphabet Soup the players would go into a kitchen inside the soup were tones of magnetic letters and some vegetables, they collected the letters to put on the fridge to spell words.
Plumbing connect and screw up the pipes. Penthouse four keys and fake ones find the ...more
Incredibles 2 are game
Incredible Games was on BBC2 with 2 series, and 24 episodes. The presenters where David Walliams in 1994, Gary Parker 1995. Starring Simon Shelton, Alan Shaxon, Jeremy Stockwell.
In the first series it had the alphabet soup game, and the second series upon reaching the penthouse. If a player lost a game, they were sent to the basement. Come on you must remember the alphabet soup game!
Oh it had a really catchy theme song.
It was a fairground fun house.
Wacky! Fun! Crazy! Its Outrageous! Fun house, a whole lot of fun, prizes to be won. It's the real crazy show where anything goes. Fun House, it's a quiz, it's a race, a real wacky place, Use your body and your brain if you wanna play the game!
Pat Sharp do Fun House again please. The games with the gunge, the go-karts, and Fun House.
One child contestant and a parent/relative/older sibling/teacher/celebrity who in the child's eyes had committed some sort of crime that they wanted to seek revenge for. These 'crimes' were usually trivial, such as singing badly or asking the child to tidy their room.
Throughout every series the final round was called the "Gunk Dunk", where the losing adult was always thrown into a pool of colourful, messy gunge.
Theme song Finders Keepers, Losers Weepers Finders Keepers, Where's that square? Finders Keepers, Losers Weepers. Buzz the bleepers to find that square. Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, Delta, Roger and out! BBC1 1981-1985 kids game show. Three kids trying to sink the others ship. When the teams found one of the coloured squares on the board, they would get points. Completing a group gained double points and answering questions, including picture and music rounds. Just Youtube it, I found it not very long ago and it was before my time its for 80s kids.
Not a kids game show but they did make a kids version.
For the 80s kids. It was actually a Mousetrap board game into a gameshow.
Hows this not on here! - coolguy101
Board games were NEVER so awesome!
I learnt they are making one on Nickelodeon but are allowing the Yanks to win a huge cash prize and in my opinion it should be cancelled because on the original no one wins money it's a day trip. Oh and the kids version wouldn't work because the games would be too hard.