Forfeit<br />The Prime Time Family game show<br />By George, Kristy, Kieran and Beth <br />
Format<br />.Two families playing for the prize of a family holiday<br />. Three rounds 10 questions each.<br />. Round on...
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Set Design<br />The outer ring is the tallest part of the set so that all players and the presenter can be seen at all tim...
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Forfeit family game show

  1. 1. Forfeit<br />The Prime Time Family game show<br />By George, Kristy, Kieran and Beth <br />
  2. 2. Format<br />.Two families playing for the prize of a family holiday<br />. Three rounds 10 questions each.<br />. Round one-general knowledge<br />. Loosing family forfeits<br />. Round two-5 questions Pictionary, 5 questions charades<br />. Loosing family forfeits<br />. Round three- Census questions <br />
  3. 3. Presenter<br />
  4. 4. Set Design<br />The outer ring is the tallest part of the set so that all players and the presenter can be seen at all times. The middle ring is the lowest part, this makes the set interesting from a number of different angles, and the center is a small amount higher than the middle ring so the eye is drawn there when contestants are playing. <br />The colour scheme is bright and uses primary colours; this is to attract the eye and keep the viewers attention on screen.<br />The stage is designed to be a target shape, again to focus the eye on the contestants.<br />The bulbs which surround each area of the stage are intended to flash in sequence, zeroing in on the center where Pictionary will be played from.<br />The game will be played with a live audience, and the seating area surrounds the stage allowing a good view of what is going on, on stage. <br />Screens at the back of the set that not only show the Pictionary drawings as they are happening but the could open up to be the location of the forfeit. <br />

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