Survey Style Game Shows For Student Activities

Survey Style Game Shows For Student Activities

Feud style game shows for student activities is one of the popular games of It’s PlayTyme team among the student circle in academic places. Our survey style game shows for student life organizations are one of the most requested activities. Student life centers at several colleges and universities in the New York City tri-state area love to participate in our survey style game show because of it’s fast paced yet has a friendly and competitive nature.  Activity Directors have found it to be truly the ultimate icebreaker that gives every participant and/or student the real opportunity to enjoy giving the most popular answers to our comedy and educational style survey questions.

Develop NJ Student’s Social Skills – Family Feud Game Show

Think about hosting your very own feud style game show for homecoming, orientation and even Greek Week.  It’s a great stress reliever and will help develop students’ social skills as well.  Some of our surveys can be created to review certain class material taught during the week.  Moreover without any doubt, our survey style game show is a familiar game activity among the students because of it’s popularity on tv today.  Students will play the feud for a fun, excitement, knowledge, learning respectively under our supervision.  Its real simple and quite easy to play.  Diversity is a huge subject in universities today so we have used family feud  to emphasis on specific ethnic activities.

Customized Student Game Shows

This popular game show can be customized to fit the needs of any Activity Director.   We can assist directors in arranging the groups well in advance separately for each round of questions.  Different teams are rotated, each round, which enables more students a chance to play within a 60-90. minute time frame.  At the end of each round, points are calculated based upon the number of correct answers that were given by the participants during the game. and prizes are given out.  For example, if the number one answer were given by thirty parents, then that answer would be worth thirty points.  Some sample questions are. 1)Name some healthy vegetables kids are forced to eat.  2) Name the most popular games of Xbox.   Students can have lots of fun with these kind of surveys which always encourage team competition, cooperation and especially audience participation.

Contact us for Survey Style Game Shows For Student Activities at your campus.

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Game Night For Greek Week At Montclair State University

Game Night For Greek Week At Montclair State University

One of our most requested game show events at Montclair State University was called Game Night For Geek Week.

It had loads of excitement and inevitable fun. It was our most memorable event at Montclair State University in New Jersey called “TV Land Game Night for Greek Week”.

The best thing about this particular event was the fact that we had fast and furious trivia rounds for over 350 Greeks.

The show contained all kinds of twists, turns and inevitable fun.

We hosted a fast and furious tournament style trivia show and ended the festivities with our infamous show Face 2 Face (Family Feud).

Greek Life at Montclair State is an amazing opportunity to get involved, build leadership and gain lifelong friendships.

College Greek Community – Brother/Sisterhood

The College Greek community is comprised of at least 34 organizations that promote leadership, scholarship and philanthropy/service.

These organizations are known for creating bonds of brother/sisterhood.

Greek Life prides themselves on developing leaders, continuing academic success and holding fun events like game shows for the individual of all ages.

Their Greek Life Coordinator collaborated with us to make sure this event was  exciting, joyful, and energizing for students and other attendees at the university.

It’s PlayTyme’s event coordinators handled everything from the number of rounds played, questions asked and the suggestion of prizes given out to the winners.

TV Land Trivia Tournament

The most popular game of the night was our “90’s TV Show Trivia”.  Seventeen different Greek organizations in total played in our “Tournament” style  show.

Ten contestants played a fast and furious round for approximately 5 minutes,

Each team had a chance to hit the red or blue buzzers and answer our many different questions regarding old TV sitcoms of the 90’s.

The initial 9 rounds of the game allowed contestants to answer questions within a very short period of time.

The team that had the most points moved on to the final round.  In the final round, we asked one survey question (Family Feud style) and the team that racked up the most points won grand prize metals.

This was a hit with the event coordinators and the students wanted us to come back the following year for another tournament.

If your planning a Game Night For Greek Week At Montclair State University or any other University do not hesitate, Contact us by filling our form.

You can also call us at 201-357-2979 for more information. There’s absolutely no obligation nor deposit required when booking one of our shows.

Minute to Win it Games Team Building | All Age Groups

Minute to Win it Games Team Building | All Age Groups

There are new, exciting and funny “Minute to Win it” games team building activity in the local NYC metro area you can play with your group.

We have a plethora of minute to win it games for both adults and students alike.

This beat the clock group game allows participants to complete a plethora of physical challenges within a 60 second time frame.

These basic physical challenges consist of the use of household and office supplies and is hilarious to watch.

These challenges are guaranteed to bring loads of fun to any event.

It fosters an environment where people get to unwind and get to know one another better.  Also, it puts people together for a common goal in a much more relaxed atmosphere.

We have gotten rave reviews from our previous college and corporate clients thus far.

Also, we have incorporated wild and wacky challenges within our game show program.

For instance, if there is a tie at the end of any trivia round, we usually bring out a 60 second physical minute to win it style challenge to decide the winner.

The best thing about our interactive show is, that it builds an immediate bond with team members and suits all age groups while exposing the inner child of adults all across the New York City Tri-State Area.

If you’re on the lookout for an incredibly thrilling and effective team-building activity in the bustling NYC metro area, look no further!

60 Seconds of Fame:  Minute to Win it Games Team Building




Our Minute to Win It games offer a plethora of exciting challenges for participants of all ages, including kids, teens, and adults.

This beat-the-clock group activity is a surefire way to ignite the spirit of competition, foster camaraderie, and bring loads of laughter to any event.

A Fun Team-Building Experience



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Minute to Win It is a hit game show-inspired team-building activity that brings out the best in every participant. The concept is simple yet highly engaging  complete a series of physical challenges within a 60-second time frame.

These challenges ingeniously use everyday household and office supplies, adding an element of hilarity and unpredictability to the experience.

Uniting Through Lots of Laughter

At the core of Minute to Win It games lies the power to unite people in a shared experience of laughter and camaraderie.

As participants take on these wacky challenges, they get to unwind, enjoy each other’s company, and create lasting memories.

Whether it’s a corporate team-building event or a college gathering, this activity brings people together in a relaxed atmosphere, encouraging open communication and teamwork.

Rave Reviews from Previous Clients

Our Minute to Win It games have received rave reviews from delighted college and corporate clients in the past.

The blend of wild and wacky challenges with the thrill of competition has left participants exhilarated and asking for more.

Notably, in case of a tie at the end of any trivia round, we add a 60-second physical Minute to Win It style challenge to determine the ultimate winner, further adding to the excitement and drama.

The Versatility of Our Interactive Show

One of the best aspects of our interactive show is its universal appeal. Minute to Win It games transcend age barriers and expose the inner child in adults from all corners of the New York City Tri-State Area.

It doesn’t matter if you’re a kid, a teenager, or an adult; the joy and laughter that come with these challenges are bound to create an immediate bond among team members.


Teamwork - Communication

Teamwork – Communication


9 Most Popular Challenges

Here are some examples of our most popular challenges:

1. Blind Ball – Minute to Win It

Objective: While blindfolded, collect 2 balls balanced on cardboard tubes.

Materials: Blindfolds, 2 balls (e.g., tennis balls), cardboard tubes.

Suggested Number of People: 2 or more players in pairs.

How to Play: Each player puts on a blindfold and holds a cardboard tube in one hand. The objective is to balance the balls on top of the cardboard tubes and navigate a short distance without dropping the balls.

The player or pair that successfully carries both balls without dropping them wins the challenge.


2. Bottom Up – Minute to Win It

Objective: Knock over empty cans using a yo-yo tied to the back of the waist.

Materials: Empty cans, yo-yos.

Suggested Number of People: 1 player per round.

How to Play: Attach a yo-yo to the back of the player’s waist.

The objective is to use the yo-yo’s motion to knock over as many empty cans as possible within the 60-second time frame.

The player with the most knocked-over cans at the end of the minute wins.


3. Breakfast Scramble – Minute to Win It

Objective: Assemble the front of a cereal box that has been cut into 16 even pieces.

Materials: Cereal box, scissors.

Suggested Number of People: 1 player per round.

How to Play: Before the game, cut the front of a cereal box into 16 equal pieces.

The player’s task is to reassemble the pieces to recreate the front of the cereal box within one minute.

The player who correctly assembles the box in the shortest time wins.


4. Caddy Stack – Minute to Win It

Objective: Build 3 golf balls on top of each other.

Materials: Golf balls.

Suggested Number of People: 1 player per round.

How to Play: The player must stack three golf balls on top of each other using only one hand.

Balancing the golf balls requires steady hands and precision.

The player who successfully stacks the balls within the time limit wins the challenge.


5. Wheel of Deal – Minute to Win it

Objective: Each player must separate 20 playing cards into 5 groups of identical cards, one at a time.

Materials: Deck of playing cards.

Suggested Number of People: 1 player per round.

How to Play: The player has to sort a shuffled deck of playing cards into five separate piles, each containing identical cards (e.g., all aces, all kings, etc.).

They must pick one card at a time and place it on the corresponding pile until they have sorted all 20 cards.

The player who completes the sorting in the shortest time wins the challenge.


6. This Blows – Minute to Win It





Objective: Each player must continually blow up a balloon and expel the air from it to knock cups off of a table.

Materials: Balloons, plastic cups, table.

Suggested Number of People: 1 player per round.

How to Play: Place several plastic cups on a table, and the player must blow up a balloon and then release the air to knock down the cups.

The challenge is to knock down as many cups as possible within the time limit. The player with the highest number of cups knocked down wins.


7. Rapid Fire – Minute to Win it



Objective: Players must shoot rubber bands to knock a triangle stack of 6 cans completely off a platform.

Materials: Rubber bands, empty cans, platform.

Suggested Number of People: 1 player per round.

How to Play: Set up a triangle stack of six empty cans on a platform. The player must use rubber bands to shoot at the cans and knock them off the platform.

The objective is to knock down all six cans within the minute. The player who successfully completes the task in the shortest time wins.


8. Rump Shaker – Minute to Win it

Objective: Wiggle a box that is attached to your waist filled with ping-pong balls until the box is empty.

Materials: Box, ping-pong balls, belt.

Suggested Number of People: 1 player per round.

How to Play: Fill a box with ping-pong balls and attach it to the player’s waist using a belt.

The player must then wiggle and dance to shake the ping-pong balls out of the box within the one-minute time frame.

The player who shakes out all the balls the fastest wins.


9. Elephant March – Minute to Win it





Objective: Knock over bottles with a baseball hanging from pantyhose worn on the head.

Materials: Bottles, baseball, pantyhose.

Suggested Number of People: 1 player per round.

How to Play: Hang a baseball from the waist of the player using a piece of pantyhose, with the baseball swinging freely.

The player must swing the baseball to knock down bottles arranged in a row within the time limit. The player who knocks down the most bottles, win!



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Feud Style Surveys | The Ultimate Corporate Icebreakers

Feud Style Surveys | The Ultimate Corporate Icebreakers

The latest trend in corporate meetings and team building is hosting a Feud style survey game show.  It’s the ultimate icebreaker that has the northeast region by storm. 

If your familiar with the very popular TV game show, then close your eyes and imagine having this kind of interactive play at your next training session or corporate event.

Getting to know you, getting to know all about you.  Getting to like you, getting to hope you like me.

Remember that song? In elementary school your teacher’s would sing it so you’d have the desire to get to know your other classmates.

That doesn’t stop as we become adults and have to work with other people but really haven’t had the opportunity to get to know them on a more personal level.

Team building activity with Prudential

Team building activity with Prudential

Break the Monotony with Feud Style Game Shows

Are you an Executive Assistant, Office Manager or Team Leader currently looking for different ways to “break the monotony” at your next meeting or party?

Have you been put to the task of coming up with unique and innovative ideas for a staff training or workshop?

Do you want to have your attendees to feel more comfortable around each other and their supervisors?

Then perhaps you’d be interested in having a few quick rounds of “Feud” style surveys as an opener to your upcoming event.

Corporate Team building activity

Corporate Team building activity

You will agree that our corporate feud surveys is an activity that most know of but haven’t played in a corporate setting.

This is considered, an Ultimate Icebreaker because it works very well with any team building and/or training sessions.

We will assist in facilitation and coordinating of the teams in advance should you prefer (5 individuals per team).

Fun & Friendly Competition – Corporate Feud Surveys

To create even more excitement before the event, we encourage you choose  “team names” and “team captains” as well.

Once the facilitator arrives the teams will be called one by one and the friendly competition could begin.

This activity usually occurs after lunch or dinner and after happy hour if you choose to do so.

It’s played exactly like the TV show accept it doesn’t have $20,000 up for grabs and a money round.

You can give out company prizes for the winning team of every round or a “Grand Prize” for the team that wins two out of three rounds.

Our rounds are made up of 3 survey questions that should take no longer than 15 minutes.

Depending on the number of attendees and time allotted, everyone has a chance to participate.

Do something fun, do something different, think outside the norm, your employees and/or clients will thank you for this in the end.   Contact us for Ultimate Corporate Icebreakers.

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