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Quiz Show Pro

Item #: TG-QSP | Grades 6-12
Status: Grants available!

Grants Available! Thanks to the generousity of Training Games, Inc. the creator of the new Quiz Show Pro, we have perpetual license grants for Digital Wish members. See below for details.

About Quiz Show Pro

Quiz Show Pro Multi-User Training Game is a premier Jeopardy style quiz show game designed for teachers. The Quiz Show Pro game is guaranteed to add fun, engage your learners and improved overall learning retention for every one of your teaching programs. The game acts as a template allowing you to enter your own teaching multiple choice, true/false or open ended questions.

The Quiz Show Pro Multi-User Training Game is built in PowerPoint and has been developed so that you can use the game to present new material as well as review previously covered information. Create hundreds of different games (SAVE AS function) for different teaching subjects with this one application.

Recommended for Middle and High School Grades.

  • Automatically calculates team/player scoring (At the click of a button)
  • Negative scoring (If you’re deducting for incorrect answers)
  • ALL Play Scoring – For when all teams/players are answering a question
  • Value Doubler Questions
  • Final Quiz Show Pro Challenge Question
  • You can design and save hundreds of different games for different subjects using this one application
  • Dynamically set up any game board question configuration in seconds!HELP Documentation
  • Works in PowerPoint PC versions 2010 – 2016

Grant Instructions These are coupon based grants. Each Digital Wish member may request one perpetual 20-teacher multi use license at no cost.

Go to the following link to order your free license:


One license accomodates 20 teachers, so only one teacher from a school needs to order the grant.

Once you are at the Quiz Show Pro product page at the link provided, choose the Quiz Show Pro – Multi-User License (20) product ($119 value) and click the "Add To Cart "

On the next screen enter your zip code and enter this grant code in the Discount box: GJTHR100

Click on any payment option. You'll see the price and full discount. Click on Checkout . After completing required information they would click the button at the bottom of the screen which reads "COMPLETE FREE CHECKOUT".

You will now see a llink to download the game (8.58 MB). You will receive an email from Training Games giving you access instructions to the Members Only Area that contains many other free game downloads. The letter also includes contact information for questions or concerns.
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