Did you see the amazing thing that happened on "The Price is Right" this week? All three of the finalists spun the wheel and landed on $1! What are the odds?
Now, you can get all that game show fun and excitement on your smartphone or tablet. Here is a list of all the best game show apps you can download today.
"I'll take great game show apps for $100, Alex."
"This is the app for America's favorite quiz show, which is celebrating more than 30 years on the air."
"What is Jeopardy?" That's right! You can play Jeopardy in the comfort of your own living room with the official Jeopardy app.
Even better, you'll be answering questions that have been featured on the show. Set up a custom avatar, pick a category, round up daily doubles and wager it all at the end.
Family Feud 2
"We surveyed 100 people, the top answer is on the board. What's one of the best games you can play with your family on your smartphone or tablet?" The top answer: Family Feud, of course! The extremely popular game show has been on the air since 1976 and has an app that is just as much fun as the show.
To play, you will go through three rounds of answering questions, trying to guess what the survey says. Try to guess the top answer to get the most points. As you progress through the rounds, points are doubled, then tripled.
So what are you waiting for? Click here to get started playing one of America's favorite games.
Wheel of Fortune
You don't need to answer a casting call or fly to California to join Pat Sajak on the set of "Wheel of Fortune." You can be the star of the show from your own living room with the official Wheel of Fortune app.
There are more than 1,000 puzzles to solve, coming directly from the show's writers. Create your own avatar with a personal style, play against friends and family, or play solo in a story mode that takes you through 30 years of "Wheel of Fortune" history.
Bonus: Deal or No Deal
You've picked a number and now it's time to open the case. The case you opened is for $5,000 and there are six cases left to open with the million-dollar case still in play. The banker calls and offers you $4,000 for it. Deal or no deal?
Make the tough decision for yourself with the Deal or No Deal app. Try and find the million-dollar case by narrowing down the field of briefcases as you go.