CBS Consumer Products has inked a deal with FremantleMedia's interactive entertainment company, Ludia, for three new games based on "Hollywood Squares," "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" and "Family Feud Decades." The games will be released in the U.S. and Canada by the end of the year on the PlayStation Network.
The "Hollywood Squares" game features regulars from the TV show, including Kathy Griffin, Brad Garrett, Martin Mull and Jeffrey Tambor. Host Tom Bergeron asks celebrities questions and players judge whether the responses are true or false. The game is available now on the PlayStation Network.
The "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" game features favorite elements from the TV show including lifelines, ask the audience, double dip and phone a friend. The game arrives on the network today.
The "Family Feud Decades" game include realistic sets and stages modeled after all four decades of the TV show, with matching wardrobe items to dress players’ avatars within the appropriate time period. The game will be unveiled Dec. 13.