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Games / Pop Culture / TV
78 items in TV

By Jeff Cochran

A video-driven group game version of “Rock, paper, scissors, lizard, spock”

By Mark Phillips

In this screen game, decide whether quotes are from Old Testament or Ketchum from Pokemon.

By Derry Prenkert

In this screen game, you'll find 15 trivia questions all geared around the binge-worthy Netflix show that is a love letter to the 80s.

By Ken McIntyre

Watch as viral YouTube videos go head-to-head in an ultimate showdown!

By DYM Team

Nursery Rhymes aren't just for babies anymore. In this screen game students will rap the rhymes they all fell asleep to as babies.

By Matt Baker

Can your students solve the mystery of who is on the screen?

By Frank Gil

A three-week series that contains full nights of programing that puts every aspect of your service into a TV late-night show format.

By Matt Baker

Can you guess whether the picture on the screen is a close-up of a Muppet or a carpet

By Jamie Starrett

In this screen game, students try to identify what is missing in each picture from the TV show “Stranger Things.”

By Harman Sharda & Ken McIntyre

A video-based, Pokémon-themed game that challenges students to guess the correct position of the Poké Ball.

By Andrew Larsen & Timothy Miller

Neighbor is everything you need for a complete night of programming from the story of the Good Samaritan.

By David Rutledge

Volume 3 in the screen game series where students see a screenshot from a movie with the faces removed, and then must guess the movie title.

By Richard Fleck

In this screen game, students attempt to correctly identify the other half of these famous dynamic duos.

By Anthony Taylor & Jeff Selph

Check out this package for a fun twist on the Stranger Things Netflix series. Stranger Scriptures is a 3-week teaching series with creative video-based games and graphics. These message manuscripts will set you up both theologically and comedically and the 3 video games make this series a home run!

By Travis Garza

Celebrity Fun Facts will test your students' knowledge about their favorite celebrities and maybe tell them more than they ever knew.

By Allison Williams

Reality cooking shows are all the rage with students. Capitalize on the trend with this Sidekick 'Pixelate' baking game!

By Tim Wildsmith

SHARK ATTACK is a fun and not-too-easy multiple-choice trivia screen game about sharks! Volume 2

By Ansley Higginbotham & Tim Wildsmith

"MONICA or MONICA" is a fun and not-too-easy trivia screen game about everyone's favorite ladies from "Friends" and "Cheer," which are both huge hits on NETFLIX.