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Can you name the American TV Game Shows based on their description?

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DescriptionGame Show
Celebrities judge talent, and use a large brass percussion device to indicate disfavor.
Celebrities and players team up in a game of word association.
Players complete to accurately determine the retail cost of prizes.
Players take turns trying to find matching tiles on a board, then solve a hidden rebus
A single person blind-interviews three potential romantic interests.
Celebrities try to identify a unique and unknown fact about a contestant.
A single player tries to answer increasingly difficult questions on a subject of their choice
Players use oversized dice to remove single-digit numbers from a game board.
Teams of celebrities compete in charades, but using artwork instead of miming
Players try to stop rotating lights on a rectangular board while avoiding specific selections.
Players provide questions to specific answers in a number of categories.
Celebrities and players team up to identify items in a list or a category based on items in it.
Shown an oversized playing card, the player must guess if the next card will be higher or lower
DescriptionGame Show
Players answer questions to get spins on a giant slot machine
Teams related by blood or marriage compete to identify popular survey responses.
Often-costumed players trade everyday objects for unknown prizes.
A single player faces increasingly difficult multiple-choice trivia questions on random subjects.
A player must choose between the value of his/her selection and a median value of remaining prizes.
Players try to determine if a celebrity's answer is accurate to win in tic-tac-toe.
Celebrities attempt to find which of 3 players making the same claim are liars.
Players compete to identify popular songs in as little time or few notes as possible.
Players attempt to guess what word celebrities will use to complete a joke.
As in hangman, players try to identify a word or phrase by guessing letters.
Players compete to face one-on-one a Nixon speechwriter in a general knowledge contest
Celebrities use yes-or-no questions to determine a player's occupation
Recently married couples compete to find which two best know each other.

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