List of International Game Shows - Game Shows Around The World - Hungary


  • Áll az alku (Hungarian adaptation of Deal or No Deal)
  • A széf (Hungarian adaptation of The Safe)
  • A Leggyengebb Lanczem (Hungarian adaptation of The Weakest Link)
  • Szerencsekerék (Hungarian adaptation of The Wheel of Fortune)
  • Egy a száz ellen (Hungarian adaptation of 1 vs. 100)
  • Legyen Ön is milliomos (Hungarian adaptation of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?)
  • Az örökös
  • Kapcsoltam
  • Multimilliomos
  • Multimilliomos - Most vagy soha?
  • Activity
  • Activity - A milliós küldetés
  • Pókerarc
  • Tűz, víz, kvíz!
  • Kvízió
  • Játékidő
  • Okosabb vagy, mint egy ötödikes? (Hungarian adaptation of Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader?)
  • Csaó, Darwin!
  • Az igazság ára (Hungarian adaptation of The Prize of Truth)
  • Párbaj
  • Zsakbamacska (Hungarian adaptation of Let's Make A Deal)

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