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The Price is Right: PS Edition
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The Price is Right: PS Edition
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"Come on Down!" you're the first four contestants on...
The Price is Right!


The show that has entertained billions since it's first airing; The Price is Right is an entertaining game for adults and kids alike.

The real show runs as follows:

- Contestant's Row (4 people are called up to the front of the stage and are to bid on an item that is displayed. Whoever gets the bid closest to the exact retail price wins and goes up on stage to play a pricing game. If the person guessed the price exactly, he/she gets a 500 dollar bonus.)
- Pricing Game (The person who won the bid off plays a pricing game for a big prize [usually a car, or a trip. Some games you play for money amounts, like Plinko or Punch-A-Bunch]. If the person wins the pricing game, they win the prize (or prizes depending on the game). If they lose, they don't get anything.
(Steps 1 and 2 are repeated throughout the show, breaking after 3 people were brought up in each 'half' of the show.)
- Big Wheel [or 'Showcase Showdown'] (The Big Wheel takes the 3 lucky winners from Contestant's Row and have them spin an oversized wheel. The person who gets the closest to 1.00 without going over would go onto the Showcase. It is possible to 1.00 on your first spin or a combination of both your spins. (This is repeated to get the second Showcase contestant.)
- Showcase (The two winners from the Showcase Showdown square off. Each bids on a fantastic showcase full of expensive and valuable items. The person who bids closest to their showcase without going over is declared the winner. If they bid within $250 dollars, they win both showcases.)

Since we obviously can't run it like the show, we will have to make some changes.

Contestant's Row will remain the same, but how many people will be called down will depend on how many people want to participate. This will also dictate how many pricing games will be played.

The legal pricing games we can play are:
Add 'em Up (retired game; played for a car, but the person will not receive it)
Any Number (played for a car, but the person will not receive it)
Bargain Game
Bonus Game
Bullseye
Check Game
Check Out
Cliffhangers
Coming or Going
Cover Up (played for a car, but person will not receive it)
Do the Math
Flip Flop
Five Price Tags (played for a car, but the person will not receive it)
Gas Money (played for a car, but the person will not receive it)
Give or Keep (retired game)
Grand Game
Grocery Game
Line 'em Up (played for a car, but the person will not receive it)
Lucky $even (played for a car, but the person will not receive it)
Make Your Mark
Make Your Move
Master Key (played for a car, but the person will not receive it)
Money Game (played for a car, but the person will not receive it)
Most Expensive
One Away (played for a car, but the person will not receive it)
One Right Price
One Wrong Price
Pathfinder (played for a car, but the person will not receive it)
Pay the Rent
Penny Ante (retired game)
Push Over
Range Game
Safe Crackers
Secret X
Side by Side
Split Decision (retired game; was played for a car, but the person will not receive it)
Squeeze Play
Super Saver (retired game)
Switch?
Take Two
Temptation (played for a car, but the person will not receive it)
That's Too Much! (played for a car, but the person will not receive it)
Time is Money
Two for One
10 Chances (played for a car, but the person will not receive it)

The game will be picked at random and explained in detail. I will be the host and, like the real show, I will have an assistant who will assist in creating the prizes and figuring out the totals. If you win your pricing game you will win the amount of money earned in shekel.

EDIT: The Showcase Showdown will be bypassed, and the people who won the most shekel out of the people call up will go to the Showcase. Showcase will function as normal and the winner will get the Showcase shekel total added to their shekel amount.
Second EDIT: There will be no more Contestant's Row. Every interested person will play a pricing game in a random order.

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I'll post the rules to each game, and if anyone would need to read the rules, I'll gladly explain them.

Game Rules:

Add 'em Up: You are given a 5-digit prize with a small mathematical equation to solve. By inputting the correct numbers, you'll get the target final number. The correct numbers given in the equation will be the digits for the prize. If you don't get all the numbers right, you lose.
Any Number: There are 3 possible items to win, but you can only win one. There is a 5 digit prize, a 3 digit prize and a piggy bank prize with a dollar amount. There are 10 digits to pick (0-9) and each number goes with one prize. The first digit of the 5-digit prize will be revealed and you must choose numbers and finish the 5-digit prize. (The 5-digit prize is your main goal). If you get one of the prizes, whatever it may be, you win the prize money in PokeDollars.
Bargain Game: A game where you have two prizes with bargain values. Choose the prize you think is the bigger bargain. If you're correct you win both prize totals in PokeDollars. If you made the wrong choice, you lose.
Bonus Game: You will given 4 prizes. Simply tell if you think the value is 'True' or 'False'. If you are correct, you win that space. If you are wrong, you don't. When all 4 prizes are decided, the 'Bonus' area will light up. If it's in any of your controlled spaces, you win. If it's not, you lose.
Bullseye: You are given 6 grocery items and you must buy an amount of an item so that the price comes within 10-12 dollars. If you do not hit the bullseye on three attempts, don't worry. You have a second chance. If you chose the item with the bullseye icon underneath it, you win. If you didn't, you lose.
Check Game: You are shown a prize and then given a blank check. Right an amount in PokeDollars (anywhere from 1 dollar to 7000 dollars.) Then, the actual value of the prize is shown, added to the amount of the check. If the total comes between 7000 and 8000 dollars, you win the prize and the check. If you are under the value range or over, the check the slapped with a 'VOID' stamp, and you lose.
Check Out: A game where you give prices for 5 grocery items. The objective is to be 2 dollars under or over the exact total of the items added up. If you are too much under or over, you don't win.
Cliffhangers: A game where you just prevent the mechanical hiker from falling off the edge (in this game, it'll be a straight line). You must be within 25 dollars on all 3 items combined. If the hiker is still on the path you'll win an amount in PokeDollars.
Coming or Going: There will be a stack of 4 numbers, you must push or pull the numbers (left is 'Coming', right is 'Going'). If the price you picked matches the price, you win the prize amount in PokeDollars.
Cover Up: There is a 5 digit price but the price shown is wrong. You must chose 1 number (out of two) from the 1st column and increasing until the 5th column, which has 6 digits. You have any number of tries to get the price correct. But, you must have at least one correct in each retry to keep going. If you're wrong on the first attempt, the numbers that are right will be displayed this way. The numbers that were not shown that way must be changed. If you are successful in getting the correct price on the second try, you win the amount in PokeDollars. If you are wrong, the numbers that are correct will be shown like this and you just fix the number(s) that are incorrect. If you had no numbers right on a retry or you had no numbers right on the first try, you lose.
Do the Math: A game where you have two items you could possibly win. You are also given an amount in money. You must decide whether the item on the left's price is added to the amount in the middle to get the prize on the right-hand side, or subtract the left prize from the middle amount to get the right-hand prize's price. If you are wrong; you will lose.
Flip Flop: There are two panels, but the numbers shown are not correct. You must 'Flip' (flip the first panel), 'Flop' (flip the second panel) or 'Flip Flop' (flip both panels). If the price you end up with is correct, you will win the prize amount in PokeDollars.
Five Price Tags: You will be shown 5 price tags to win a PokeDollar amount. You can earn up to 4 guesses, but you get one of those guesses free. To get the other 3, you must decide whether the price shown for an item is higher or lower. If you are correct on that guess, you earn an extra chance. If you do not get any of your three guesses right, you'll have only one chance to win. Choose the value you think is correct. If you're right you win the PokeDollar amount, if not you lose.
Gas Money: A game where you have 5 price tags, the objective is to pick all but the price tag with the word "CAR" behind it. If you are successful in finding all the non-car tags, you get an extra 10,000 dollars added to the total of the car price tag. You can stop at any time with what you have, because you choose the car price tag, you lose everything.
Give or Keep: This game is simple. You must keep a larger amount that the 'Give' amount. If that's the case you will win a PokeDollar amount. But if it's not, you lose.
Grand Game: A game where you can win 10,000 PokeDollars! The catch is to find the four grocery items under the target price. (There will two others; avoid those). You start at 1 dollar, then it gets raised to 10 dollars with your first correct guess, 100 dollars for your second, 1,000 for your third and if you find all four, you win 10,000 PokeDollars. If you choose one of the two items over the target price at any time you will lose whatever money you accumulated to that point.
Grocery Game: You are given 5 grocery items and you must buy 20 to 21 dollars worth of them to win. Simply choose a grocery item and say how many you want of them (ie. 1, 2 or 3). The price is multiplied by how many you asked for and added to your total (if there's a previous amount there). If you go over 21 dollars, or use up all 5 items and aren't at 20 dollars, you don't win anything.
Line 'em Up: There are three prizes; one two digit amount, one three digit amount and one 4 digit amount. There are 2 digits that will be given to you, the first and the last. You have two chances to line up the digits to the price. If you are correct, you win the amount shown in PokeDollars.
Lucky $even: Lucky $even is played for a car, but since we can't give away cars, we'll just play with a large amount of PokeDollars. You get 7 dollar bills to start and you must successfully guess the correct digits in the "car's" price. You must give 1 dollar back for every number you are off (if you are off by 1, you give 1 dollar back, if you are by more than 7, you will lose the game.) If you have at least 1 dollar left you win the shown amount in PokeDollars + how many dollars you have left (will add to your total).
Make Your Mark: There are 4 amounts and 3 markers. Just simply put each marker (1, 2 and 3) next to what you think is the price of the prize.) You can win anywhere from one prize to all 3 prizes, but you only have one attempt to put the markers next to the right price amount.
Make Your Move: There are 9 digits and three prizes you can win, one two digit price, one three digit price and one four digit price. You must tell what numbers go with which prize. The numbers cannot overlap and you must get all three correctly to win.
Master Key: You have a chance to win three items; one of which is a "car". You must correctly guess the price of two small items to get your hands on a key. There are 5 keys, one opens a specific lock. One is a "Master Key"; which opens up all the locks, and there is one "dud" key which opens nothing. If you don't get any of the keys; or you only get the dud key, you lose.
Money Game: A game where there are 9 cards with two digits on them. You must match up the two cards with the 'car' symbol under it (there is one with the front of the car underneath it and one with the back of the car). You'll get the middle digit for free, and you have 4 tries to match the numbers up correctly. If you don't get the correct numbers, you are still technically a winner, because you will win the 'dud' cards total amount in PokeDollars. (Dud cards will have a $ sign underneath them).
Most Expensive: There are three prizes shown, but one is the most expensive. Simply choose the item you think is the most expensive. If you choose the right one, you get the combined total of all three prizes in PokeDollars. If you chose the least or second most expensive item, you will lose.
One Away: This is also a car game, but we'll just play the game for a PokeDollar amount. There will be a 5-digit amount, but the amount displayed is wrong. Each number is "One Away" from the right price. You must decide if each number is higher or lower. You'll then ask if the price is correct, if you win, you get amount displayed. If your wrong, you will be told how many you have right (example; 1, 2, 3, 4 or all 5). You must decide which numbers to change. If you are correct in the second chance, you win. If you aren't correct on your second attempt, or you had none correct on the first try, you lose.
One Right Price: You will be given two prizes, but one price tag. That price tag goes to one of the two prizes. Simply chose which prize you think the value goes to. If you're correct, you win. But, if you made the wrong decision, you lose.
One Wrong Price: You are shown three prizes with three values. But, one of those three has the wrong price value shown. Pick the value you think is incorrect. If you chose the correct prize, you win and all three amounts that will be revealed. If you made the wrong decision, you don't win anything.
Pathfinder: There will be 5x5 square with digits. You will be standing on the middle digit, which is the first digit in the prize. You then must decide between the number ahead of you, to the left of you, to the right of you, and behind you. If you are right, the digit will light up and you will continue. If you are wrong, you have 3 "saves", but you must give the correct value of a prize. If you are correct, you must choose the other numbers around you. If you are right, the digit will light up and you will continue. If you fail, you must use the second save and so on until you get it right and/or fail to get any 3 right. If you fail to get any 3 saves right, you lose automatically. The only way to win is to get the correct value by making the correct steps.
Pay the Rent: A game where you have the chance to win up to 100,000 PokeDollars! There will be 6 items and 4 levels, with the amount of PokeDollars possibly earned increasing; starting from 1,000, then rising to 5,000, up to 10,000 on the third level and finally the grand prize level where the 100,000 PokeDollar total lies. There is a catch. The item on Level 4 must be greater than the combined total of Level 3. The combined total on Level 3 must be higher than the combined total on Level 2. And finally, the combined total on Level 2 must be higher than the item on Level 1. (Level 4 > Level 3 > Level 2 > Level 1.) You can stop at any time and win the amount already won (if any). Because if you're wrong at any time, you lose whatever you earned until that point.
Penny Ante: You will be given 3 pennies to play this game. You have two grocery items to play with and you must find the correct value of each item. There will be 4 prices, but only one is correct. If you find each price before losing all 3 pennies, you're a winner, and you'll win a PokeDollar amount. If you lose all 3 pennies (on the first item or a combination of both), you will lose.
Push Over: There will be 9 digits, but only 4 of them will be correct. You must push the numbers until the 4 you think make up the price are in the underlined spaces. If you push a number off the edge, you cannot get it back. If you are correct, you win the amount displayed in PokeDollars. If you are not correct, you lose.
Safe Crackers: There is a big PokeDollar amount that you can win. The catch is you must crack the tumblers in the safe by getting a 3-digit prize correctly. You'll be given the numbers and one chance to open the safe. (The prize will always have a '0' in it.) If you get the combination correctly, you win the PokeDollar amount behind the door. If you are unsuccessful, the door will stay locked. It will not budge and you will lose.
Secret X: There is an X hidden somewhere in the center column. You have 1 'X' where you can place anywhere in the left and right column. You must guess two questions to get extra 'X's'. If you are correct in the questions, you place the X anywhere in the two available columns. If you are not correct in any question, you lose. If you don't get a win by matching up the X's with the 'Secret X', you still lose. The only way to win is to get the X's lined up correctly with the Secret X.
Side by Side: There are two blocks stacked on top of each other. You must move the top block to the left or to the right, whatever side you think makes up the correct price. If you are correct in your guess, you win the amount in PokeDollars. If you are incorrect, you lose.
Split Decision: You are shown 8 digits. The numbers are correct, you just need to get the order right of the 5-digit prize and the 3 digit prize. You have three tries to win. If you are successful in any one of the three attempts you win the combined total in PokeDollars. If you are wrong, you must fix the numbers and you cannot repeat a guess. If you are wrong on your third attempt, you lose.
Squeeze Play: You will be shown 5 digits, the first number and the last number is correct, you must decide which of the other three numbers to toss. The remaining numbers will then 'squeeze' together. If the number shown matches the actual price, you win the amount shown in PokeDollars.
Super Saver: Super Saver is a game where you have 6 grocery items, and you must accumulate 5 dollars in savings by choosing the items with the biggest savings. If you are successful, you'll win an amount of PokeDollars. If you have less than 5 dollars in savings, you'll lose.
Switch?: You are shown two values and you must decide should you switch them? Or, keep them were they are? If you make the correct decision, you win the combined total in PokeDollars. If not, you lose.
Take Two: There are 4 prizes, and each has a value. But only two will make the value shown. You must match the correct prizes to win. If you are unsuccessful, you get one more try. You can keep one of the two you first picked, or scrap them for the other two. If you are unsuccessful in your second try, you lose. If you do happen to match up the correct prizes, you win the target price in PokeDollars.
Temptation: You are playing for a 5-digit amount in bits. But, to spice things up, you'll be given a shot to win 4 fabulous items (hence where the 'Temptation' comes into play.) You must choose one digit from each prize to fill in your guess. But, here's the catch. You can take all the items for free no strings attached. You don't have to go for the 5-digit prize. Because if you're wrong on your guess, you lose everything.
That's Too Much!: A simple game where you try and win a randomized PokeDollar amount. The values will keep rising until you say "That's Too Much!" If you made the right choice (the only way to win is if you stopped one value ahead of the actual price), you win the amount shown in shekel. If you're wrong, you don't win anything.
2 for the Price of 1: There are 6 digits, but only 3 are correct. The number in the middle will be the amount of PokeDollars you can win. You are given one free number. Chose the first, second, or last digit and the correct number will light up and move down (or up) to the middle. Chose the other two numbers and then they will move down (or up). If the correct value is shown, you are a winner. If you are wrong, you don't get anything.
Time is Money: You have a chance to win 20,000 PokeDollars! You are given 6 grocery items and three price brackets ($1 to $3, $4 to $6, and $7 and above). Be careful; you get only one chance to set everything up. If you are correct; you'll win the 20,000 on the spot. But, if you don't you need to rearrange the grocery items to their correct spots. Each time you need to change the items around; you will lose 5,000 off the total. (So you get 4 chances.) If you waste all the money; you lose.
10 Chances: You have 10 Chances to get the price correctly on a 2-digit item, a 3-digit item and a 5-digit item. For the 2-digit item, you have 3 numbers to choose from and you must successfully choose the correct two. If you are correct, the actual price is shown and the next prize is attempted. If you are wrong, you must keep guessing until you are correct. For the 3-digit prize, you are shown 4 numbers and you must choose 3. If you are correct, you are to find the correct price of the 5 digit item. If you are incorrect, you must keep going until you are correct. For the final prize, you are shown 5 numbers. All must be used. You must figure out the correct prize. If you get all three correct, you win the combined total in PokeDollars. If you use up all 10 Chances, you win all the combined PokeDollars you got up to that point. (If any).

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02-13-2012, 07:41 PM
I always loved Price is Right, I'll play.

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02-13-2012, 07:41 PM
I'll join this it looks fun.

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02-13-2012, 07:54 PM
The name of the game is Any Number!

Quote:Any Number: There are 3 possible items to win, but you can only win one. There is a 5 digit prize, a 3 digit prize and a piggy bank prize with a dollar amount. There are 10 digits to pick (0-9) and each number goes with one prize. The first digit of the 5-digit prize will be revealed and you must choose numbers and finish the 5-digit prize. (The 5-digit prize is your main goal). If you get one of the prizes, whatever it may be, you win the prize money in PokeDollars.


5-digit: 2 _ _ _ _
3-digit: _ _ _
Piggy Bank: _._ _

Number List: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Choose your first number, and let's see where it ends up.

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02-13-2012, 07:57 PM
Lets see for all of these I choose 9.

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02-13-2012, 07:59 PM
(02-13-2012, 07:57 PM)Lightning Bolt Wrote: Lets see for all of these I choose 9.


5-digit: 2 _ _ 9 _
3-digit: _ _ _
Piggy Bank: _._ _

Number List: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Okay, you've hit a number in the 5-digit prize, great!

Choose your second number, and let's see where it ends up.

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02-13-2012, 08:01 PM
I choose my lucky number 5.

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02-13-2012, 08:04 PM
(02-13-2012, 08:01 PM)Lightning Bolt Wrote: I choose my lucky number 5.


5-digit: 2 _ _ 9 _
3-digit: _ 5 _
Piggy Bank: _._ _

Number List: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Okay, you've hit a number in the 3-digit prize.

Choose your third number, and let's see where it ends up.

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02-13-2012, 08:06 PM
So lets see I think I will go with 3.

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