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Series cast summary:
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Andrea Lively ...
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Two teams vie for a chance to go inside a video game!

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12 January 1992 (USA)  »

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The "Enemies" contestants had to avoid included a ghost, a fire-breathing dragon, an evil genie, a witch doctor, a hammerhead shark, giant smooch aliens, Silly the kid, Blackboard the pirate, and "Game Over" the town bully. See more »


A common prize in the video zone round was a karaoke machine. The announcer would often incorrectly pronounce the word karaoke. See more »


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24 November 2009 | by (Wheeling, WV, USA) – See all my reviews

Another Nickelodeon show I used to watch as a kid was Nick Arcade, an "arcade" game show that features a video game challenge, but first, you have to answer the questions, it was hosted by Phil Moore from You're On! (although I haven't seen it in awhile). The show begins with a qualifier round features one game to face each other, at the end of 30 sec. the player has the most points will control "Mikey" a video adventurer explorers the board around 4 "P"s (Points, prizes, pop-quizzes, puzzles.) If a team answers the question right, Mikey will move one space, however, it isn't easy to get around with an enemy, once you land on the space, you lose control of Mikey and other team controls it, if it lands on "Video Challenge" one player has to play a game, and the other player has to write down their wagers depending how they did. (If they win, the score will be increased, or if they lose, the score will be decreased) They can play some games like "Robo Army", "Actraiser", Sonic the Hedgehog, Super Ghouls and Ghosts" etc. "Fast Forward" means the players has to think carefully on the sped-up videos and answers the questions. "Pop Quiz" means a basic question on multiple choice. "Credit Crawl" means the players looking at the credits depending on nationality. At the end of two rounds the team with the most points will move on the final round of the game "The Video Zone" which has three levels on collecting stuff and avoid enemies, on the last stage, they face a monster for all the marbles, if they win they will take a vacation to Kennedy Space Center or on a cruise. All in all, its a really fun game show.

Nickelodeon Arcade gets 9 stars.

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