|Global Guts 1992-1995
Three kids dawning the different colors red, blue, and purple compete in relatively cool-looking games to achieve as many points as they can. At the end of every episode, they climb a big fake mountain, braving tumbling rocks made out of styrofoam, sparkling glitter, shooting steam, and loud sounds while trying to hit the "Actuators" along their way to the summit. The first place winner gets a "piece of the rock" which is a big green glowing thing, that is supposed to be from the mountain they just climbed. The mountain is called the "AggroCrag" and was later made into the "MegaCrag" for Global GUTS.
| Legends of the Hidden Temple 1993-1995 | 1996-1999
An action-adventure game show for children. The show centers around a "Temple" that is "filled with lost treasures protected by mysterious Mayan Temple Guards".Kirk Fogg hosts and serves as the teams' guide, while Dee Bradley Baker announces and voices a talking audio-animatronic Olmec head who "knows the secrets behind each of the treasures in his Temple"
| Figure It Out 1997-1999
A group of four different panelists popular on Nickelodeon programs try to figure out the talents of different guests. They are given clues that they can feel, see, taste, and also given to them though charades.
| Nick Arcade 1992-1993
Two teams vie for a chance to go inside a video game! Among the video puzzles on the show were "Credit Crawl", "Fast Forward", "Flash Frame", "Hidden Camera", "Hyper Channels", "Instant Replay", "Mixed Signals", "Robot Vision", "Split Screen", "Video Text", "Video Repairman", and "What Was That?". Games featured in Video Challenges were for the NES, Super Nintendo, Genesis, and Neo Geo.
|Get The Picture 1991-1993
Hosted by Mike O'Malley, the show featured two teams answering questions and playing games for the opportunity to guess a hidden picture on a giant screen made up of 16 smaller screens. The show was taped at Nickelodeon Studios at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida.
| Wild and Crazy Kids 1990-1992
Sixty five (65) episodes of this syndicated show were produced in 1990 and 1992. The shows featured children in physical competition using unusual equipment, e.g., go-carts, tennis guns, etc.
|Double Dare 1986-1993
The show combines trivia questions with occasionally messy "physical challenges". It is often credited with putting the then-fledgling network on the map, and ranked #29 in TV Guide's list of the 50 Greatest Game Shows of All Time.
| What Would You Do? 1991-1993
Ninety episodes of this syndicated kids show, shown on the Nickelodon network, were produced 1991 to 1993. Audience members were asked to volunteer to perform funny stunts, e.g., kissing a chimp, etc.
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