Inquizition Interactive was an iTV game that allowed home viewers to play along with this cult game show in which four on-air contestants are challenged by the cruel, faceless “Inquizitor.”


webRIOT was the first interactive television game to synchronize online and television experiences exactly. This stylish, award-winning game was played by over 1,000,000 MTV viewers when it launched in 1998.

Jeopardy! Online

Jeopardy! Online was a multiplayer version of the classic game show which, at its launch in 1998 quickly became, along with Wheel of Fortune Online, one of the most popular casual games on the web.

Wheel of Fortune Online

Wheel of Fortune Online was a multliplayer version of the broadcast game show, which was produced alongside Jeopardy! Online to become one of the most popular casual games on the web.


NetWits was the first multiplayer casual game released on the web. Developed for Windows95 and the Microsoft Network, NetWits shipped to millions of MSN users in the Fall of 1996.

Ride for Your Life

Ride for Your Life was a “cinematic game” starring Adam West, Betty Buckley and Matthew Lillard. This early experiment in interactive narrative was released in 47 theaters nationwide in 1995.