The student-made game show is back with more all-new episodes. Don’t know how it’s played? Well, Tell All is a fast-paced game of words and wits, where contestants use their knowledge of people, places and things to compete for prizes. Created by Temple Student Brian Schwartz, Tell All is a high energy challenge where word play is serious business and what you don’t say can make your opponent the winner.
How to Play
Host Brian Schwartz holds a card with eight key words related to a specific subject. The contestants choose from one of two subjects and are then given 20 seconds to ‘tell all’ they know about it, with the object of guessing five of the key words on Brian’s card. The player is awarded 10 points for each phrase they guess correctly. Each player alternates guessing to accrue points.
After 100 points has been reached, round 2 begins and correct guesses are worth 20 points. The player with the most points at the end of round 2 is declared the victor. Additionally, there is a bonus round for the victor at the end to win more prizes.
And check out the following video profiling the creator of Tell All, Brian Schwartz, shot by former Temple @ The London Olympics student correspondent Ryan Geffert: