Three contestants of three teams, all dressed up from the beginning of their powersuits, compete to win prizes. Host Roth shows an out of focus picture (e.g., person, place, thing or a T.V. show), every time the contestant buzzes in with the right identification to the picture earned 10 points and the same contestant was asked a multiple-choice question about the picture (e.g., pop culture, storybook, spelling words, places, etc.), worth 5 points. The first team who ended the game with 50 points was able to run inside the maze with the help of his/her partner, after a decision has been made (whether if he/she will go first or second). Then, after the first team won, the remaining two contestants went right into the speed round where each correct picture was still 10 points and host Roth will no longer have to ask anymore questions. An incorrect guess on a picture meant that Roth would read a clue to what that picture is without revealing anymore of it. The second team with 50 points ... Written by
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Did You Know?
The second season made several changes. The basic format/appearance of the show changed, the maze itself retained the same general design in most places but got a total makeover in its appearance, and the Honeycomb Maze was replaced by an ice cave. Also, the second season did not feature a bonus round. See more