We have completed testing on our newest pack of trivia presentations. Satisfaction is guaranteed, as always, so let us know how the games went for you. We have tested on twitch and in Virtual Reality environments such as Bigscreen. (https://bigscreenvr.com/)
For any noobs reading this, what you do is download the file. Open it in presenter mode (microsoft powerpoint or equivalent), and make sure your device is connected to a large TV screen at your event, party, or online games. You can also use a dongle device like Google Chromecast (https://store.google.com/product/chromecast) or Apple Airplay (https://www.apple.com/airplay/)
3 games with a variety of categories from "Retro" to "New" will keep your guests engaged
Admittedly, if your guests have never played a lot of games growing up or as adults, they are going to have a tough time. But if you can remember games like "Tekken" "NBA Jam" and "Pokemon Blue/Red" you will enjoy a lot of the questions.
I'd say they are not too terribly difficult for avid gamers, but some of them will definitely make you think. If you have a group of 25 or more (5 teams of 5, perhaps) I think someone will likely get all the questions). If your event has only 5 to 10 players, they will miss some. Be sure to give out hints whenever they seem lost, and emphasize the right parts of the questions to help them figure it out with the clues that have been laid out.
Want to check out the games before you download?
We've got you covered there too.
There is an excellent forum of hosts and players on our Discord Server:
And you will find some videos of particular games on our Twitch Channel and Youtube:
2019 is turning out to be a great year for Live Entertainment, specifically, Music Bingo!
The newest edition of music bingo card download & print games takes us around the world in only a single night. To be more specific, if you choose to go all the way to a blackout, and play the whole song every time, it would take 1 hour and 38 minutes.
But I suggest from my experience that playing about 60-90 seconds or through the "meat" of the song works best to keep your guest's interest.
I often start with "1st line any direction" for a Bingo, but not always. Sometimes I jump right to "1st ex or plus sign". Kind of depends on how many prizes I want to give away this game. If I only have one big prize to give away, I might go all the way to blackout, but there would be a chance 2 or more guests get one at the same time.. Also, remember that if you play ALL the songs.. Everyone has a Blackout! lol Make sure your prize box is full, in this case.
Though I've actually played every song before too for smaller crowds to whom I wanted to give all a prize. And some people never came up to claim it because they didn't get all the songs. I try to go around and help players that might be struggling during songs too. I want people to get it right, and to enjoy themselves. As an entertainer, I know that my product is tiny pangs of excitement and serotonin coursing through their veins in an escalating fashion, often referred to as "a show". Haha
Cities it too much fun not to be a staple game for your gigs.
All the big ones are here. "New York Groove", "Drinking in LA", even "Okie From Muskogee" made it in this playlist. Well, why don't I just show you:
Got any fun stories or highlights from your event? Please share it below!
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