Friday, August 01, 2008

"Trivia Trap" coming to "TPIR" this fall

The new Pricing Game, Gas Money, will work just like the first two rounds did in the first maingame format of the short-lived game show "Trivia Trap". Here, a car and up to $10,000 are both at stake. Five possible prices are shown, one of which is the ARP of the car. After choosing what he/she believes is the right price for the car, the contestant must eliminate the incorrect prices, one at a time. Every time he/she successfully eliminates a price, he/she wins the cash amount behind that price, which can be either $1,000, $2,000, $3,000 or $4,000. The closer an incorrect price is to the ARP of the car, the more that it's worth (thus, picking the closest price is worth $4,000). The player can stop after any successful elimination, but if he/she chooses the correct price at any time, everything is lost. Eliminating all four wrong prices wins the car and $10,000.

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