MONDAY NIGHT QUARTERBACK (1968) -- an all-celebrity sports-themed game where teams must predict the plays of football quarterbacks.
SECOND GUESSERS (1969) -- a public-opinion game taped in Miami where audience members won prizes by correctly agreeing or disagreeing with a guest celebrity.
SAYS WHO? (1971) -- a game similar to the original The Match Game where two contestants tried to match their celebrity teammates with answers given before the show.
THE $10,000 SWEEP (1972) -- a quirky quiz where winning four consecutive games won a team $10,000.
CAUGHT IN THE ACT (1975) -- a cross between Match Game 73 and The $10,000 Pyramid, celebrities gave intentionally misleading clues to contestants to try to keep from being "caught."
GET RICH QUICK (1977) -- the predecessor to Go, a fast-pased game of word-communication.
THE RIDDLERS (1977) -- a game similar to Jackpot with a celebrity team of five playing against a contestant team of five.
CAUGHT IN THE ACT (unknown, late-70s or early-80s) -- Inspired by Pass the Buck, a fun three-player game against the clock.
TWISTERS (1982) -- A giant shuffleboard determines who wins -- and loses a new car or even a chance at $10,000.
$50,000 A MINUTE (1984) -- Geoff Edwards and Meredith MacRae team up to offer contestants $50,000 for winning a one-minute bonus game.
MONEY IN THE BLANK (1987) -- Fill in "What a _____ ______ when his _____ goes _____." and you're headed for victory.