The buzzers plug into a USB port and the game allows use of either one or two sets of buzzers allowing up to eight players in certain games.
The games are usually marketed in two versions, a pack containing both game and buzzers for new purchasers or a game only version for players who already own a set of buzzers.
The Latest Buzz is a Canadian teen sitcom from Decode Entertainment aired on the Family Channel, the series ran from September 1, 2007 to April 19, 2010.
This is Family Channel's first original multi-camera sitcom.
The exact rounds vary from game-to-game and more information about the rounds can be found in the individual articles.
The show uses a multi-round format with most games in the series featuring eight individual rounds.
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In this series, a struggling youth magazine, Teen BUZZ, replaces its staff with actual teens.
Instead of being in class, five young writers take their last period of the day at the magazine’s office, learning about the fast-paced world of publishing.
In October 2006 a spin-off series of games designed for children started with the release of Buzz! Each dongle can support up to 4 wireless buzzers so this means another dongle is required for 8 player play with 8 wireless buzzers. To answer the question correctly, the user must stand on the colored area that represents the correct answer. : Studio are quizzes made by Play Station Network users who have submitted their quiz via the My Buzz! Game launching is a feature that allows users to set up multi-player games in Home and launch directly into the game from Home. : Quiz World supports Play Station Home rewards by winning the quiz rounds in the game. Tomato Challenge" and used the space, Events Landing. World Championships grand final at La Tomatina festival in Spain was shown during the event.
Junior: Jungle Party with 40 mini games (but 25 in The United States version). Junior: Robo Jam, was released in May 2007, was the first game to be created by Cohort Studios for both Play Station 2 & Play Station 3, and has 25 mini games ( but 24 in North America). The wireless buzzers can be used with both the Play Station 2 and Play Station 3 and all previous Buzz! On 24 November 2006, Eidos released Who Wants to be a Millionaire - Party Edition. From 27 August 2009 to 24 September 2009, an event for Buzz! Users were able to take part in a virtual version of the real world event via the Buzz!