Are you a fan of game shows and Android devices? If so, then you should consider the following game show apps for Android phones and tablets:
- Wheel of Fortune
There are multiple versions of this classic game show app for Android. There’s the “Wheel of Fortune” slot machine that puts the long-running game front and center.
There’s also the Android app that includes the features the popular game that’s been aired on TV since 1975. This game requires you to spin the wheel, select a letter, then attempt to solve the puzzles to win the game.
This is an oldie-but-goodie game that you should consider if you’re looking for a classic game show app for your Android gadget.
- Deal or No Deal
“Deal or No Deal” hasn’t been running as long as some other well-known game shows, but has still become one of the most popular game shows in US history. It’s also been exported from America to several other countries. Here’s your chance to try out your luck against the banker.
- Pawn Stars: The Game
If you’re a fan of the TV show you know, it’s not exactly a game show even though it has a lot of interesting facts and figures. What’s the Android app all about? As you might guess the app is based on the TV show “Pawn Stars.” If you think you’re a good negotiator and could turn it into a business, then you might want to try out this game.
- Family Feud 2
“Family Feud” is one of the longest U.S. shows, which is known as “Family Fortunes” in the UK. The good news is that you don’t have to attend a taping of the hit game show, and can instead enjoy the Android version of the game.
This game is so popular that IBM built its Watson supercomputer to battle some past Jeopardy! champs. This is easily one of the most famous game shows in world history. Gameplay is quite easy and involves being given quiz answers than giving the questions. With the Android version, you can now play it on handsets and tablets that support the operations system.
- Pointless Quiz
Well, the quiz isn’t exactly pointless since it’s features as an Android app. This game originated in the UK and had a format similar to Jeopardy! But takes the concept to another level. “Pointless Quiz” requires you to give an answer to a question, but different from “Family Fortunes” you’re looking for the answer that nobody has given, rather than the top answer.
7. Smarter Than a 5th Grader?
This game features various trivia-based categories via an Android app. You could challenge your 5th-grade kid or your friends to a game. The app is based on the official TV show and includes over 15,000 questions. That’s enough to keep you busy for a while testing your know-how against a grade school student.
Which of these game show apps for Android will become your next favorite? That’s the million-dollar question.