New Version! Simply add your own training questions into the games and you're ready to go!
These training games are designed to work in PowerPoint on a Mac, but will also operate on a PC.
You'll love presenting and reviewing your own training materials within all 6 of these great games in PowerPoint. These trainer games include a built-in icebreaker game, an exciting, animated musical intro, easy push button scoring, a grand finale, fantastic graphics and sounds and even a prize selector for your game winners! Designed for multiple teams or players, the games accommodate True/False and Multiple Choice question formats.
These training games are roughly based on popular TV quiz show games, but of course, are designed to deliver your own training materials within a classroom setting. Most games also include additional slides for exercises or additional information to expound on your multiple choice or true/false questions. These games can be renamed and saved over and over again to deliver different question sets for all of your various training programs.
Are You Smarter Than – Like the TV show
All The Way – Millionaire-type game
Money Taxi – Three strikes and you are out
Peril Quiz Show – a Jeopardy-type game
Tic Tac Dough – Hollywood Squares-type game
TV Quiz Show – Great Graphics and sounds
PLUS FREE Feud Team Builder Game
See Help file.
These six PowerPoint Games are great fun in a classroom setting, and may also be posted on your organization's server, company intranet or any secure page on your website.
Multi-user license: For organizations who may wish to distribute this application to multiple teachers, trainers, managers, and/or presenters within the organization, we offer this multi-user license. This license may be distributed to ALL users within the purchasing organization.
Single User License Agreement is designed for one trainer/teacher within an organization and can be used to train as many people as you like, inside or outside of your company by the user assigned the license. It also allows the licensee to place the game/s on multiple computers which are owned by or assigned to the licensee.(See #SOPGMS)