The Price is Right™ Decades HD
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Come On Down! Take A Trip Back To Memory Lane with The Price Is Right Decades in High Def!
The Price Is Right Decades HD retains all of the treasured game play elements found in previous The Price Is Right apps, including classics such as ‘Plinko,’ ‘The Big Wheel’ and the popular ‘Showcases,’ but also features never-seen before pricing games!
Additionally, a new twist awaits all players: you will have to guess the non-adjusted pricing of randomly selected items from different decades!
The Price Is Right Decades features:
• Favourite pricing games in 3D, plus the classic three (Contestant’s Row, Showcase Showdown and Showcase) reflecting the selected decades
• Authentic stages, sounds, Big Wheel, and other game elements modeled after all four decades of the TV show
• Stunning visual effects and tons of new prizes
• Fully customizable player avatars: choose hairstyles, clothing, accessories and more
• Single and multiplayer game modes
The Price is Right Decades guarantees hours of fun for the whole family and will definitely strike a nostalgic chord with the fans of the show!
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*Supports iOS 4.0 and up.
Great game, needs tech help
The Price is Right TV show holds many childhood memories for me. it is great to play all the games I have grown up with. It is fun, however, the slowness between screens is extremely irritating. There is a SKIP button in some areas that moves it along, and one you cannot see but if you press in the same area it moves (during the explanation of the Showcase Showdown wheel). BUT it's really frustrating when you are waiting for another contestant on contestant's row, told to come on stage, win or lose at the showdown, or when you stand next to your price tag of winnings and just stand there in all these cases with nothing to do and can't move the game along. Please fix this. So many of these games, including ones like this and Wheel of Fortune where you'd expect better quality given the license use if the names and it's always like someone quickly made the game and didn't test it or spend the time on it at all. I also rarely win the Showcase Showdown with my wheel spins but that could just be my luck :-)
Pretty close, but not entirely authentic
For what the game is, it's pretty good. As a purist, I have some issues with how the game is implemented.
For a more authentic feel, the change in set decor should be really timed to the years that it actually was used. For example, the newer sets should not be used until later in the 2000s. The "new" Price is Right set should not be used later in the 1970s era. Some of the incidental music is not used in the proper context (for example the "C'mon Down" music was different in the early 1970s). Some of the games are hard to play/control (like spinning the Showcase Showdown wheel, Hole in One). A reminder of what year we're in somewhere on-screen would be helpful also.
I have several issues with the Showcase Showdown. If you to match the leader's score in one spin, you are forced to "spin again" and not given the option to do a spinoff, as in the show. It's not clear how to control the power for spinning the wheel (maybe that's by design). I've seen bugs in the spinning process where it would jump to a value I had already spun past. The proper music cues aren't used in this section either.
The app also occasionally crashes, especially when you win a showcase. It also seems to get stuck when transitioning between segments (e.g. Showcase Showdown versus Showcase).
Had old and new
I have the old version of the price is right and I'm really disappointed because the new version is not that different. Apple insists that to make a new version it has to be pretty different from the old version and this one is not, although I will say it does seem to have more pricing games which is the biggest part of playing for me. I love the games they're wonderful I just feel like I got gypped out of my five dollars. Somebody earlier had mentioned that when you spinoff at the end the first contestant is almost always at $.75 or more. That's because when the first contestant Spins, they get to spend twice with the big wheel, so of course they're going to have probably $.75 or above. All in all a great game but the old one was pretty good too.
- Category: Games
- Released: Dec 08, 2011
- Version: 1.0.0
- Size: 396 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Ludia
- Copyright © 2011 Ludia Inc. All rights reserved. The Price is Right is a trademark of FremantleMedia Operations BV. Licensed by FremantleMedia Enterprises. www.fremantlemedia.com©2011 FremantleMedia North America, Inc. All rights reserved. The Price is Right content and logo are used by Ludia Inc. under license
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.