This is a (near) complete guide to the games played on WLiiA.
Some are linked to an sample transcript, or some lyrics from one of the games.
Three contestants attend a meeting run by the fourth, for their strange addiction.
A contestant advertises an audience-suggested product in the style of some music that is played in.
A contestant sings about an audience member's job, with the others accompanying the chants.
Contestants act a scene with each sentence starting with successive letters of the alphabet.
Variation: 90 Second Alphabet - as above but with a time limit.
The contestants act out a soap opera, but as animals (e.g. hamsters, dinosaurs)
One contestant auditions the others for roles in a play, giving them songs or acts to perform.
Contestants present the World's Worst auditions for a role (name used in radio series).
The contestants improvise a story given the title, in the style of their chosen author.
Contestants introduce nominees in the audience for a themed award, with the winners making their acceptance speech.
Two contestants act out a scene starting with a last line and working backwards to the beginning.
Contestants present the World's Worst applicants for a job (name used in radio series).
Two contestants sing a ballad about an audience member.
Bartender (Bar Scene, Bar)
Contestants sing their troubles to a bartender, who sings back some advice.
One contestant interviews another, the author of a book on a chosen topic.
Change Of Company
Contestants act out a story, changing into various types of casts (occupations, nationalities etc.)
Contestants act a scene, displaying the emotion associated with whichever prop(s) they are holding.
Two contestants are famous singers performing an anthem on a topic with the other two introducing.
Two contestants improvise a scene changing into various famous couples suggested by the audience.
Contestants play the judge, prosecution, and various witnesses (using props) trying to solve a court case.
The "winners" (or Drew's choice of players) read out the credits in a given style/impression/scene.
Dating Service (Videos)
Contestants act out short dating service videos using hats & masks (see also "Hats").
Daytime Talk Show
Contestants act out a talk show with one as host, two guests and one audience member.
Dead Bodies (Fainting Bodies)
One contestant in a play must move, and speak for, two dead bodies and a third who enters and dies.
Variation: An audience member is sometimes used as one of the dead bodies.
Two contestants perform a scene directed by a third, the director, based on audience suggestions.
Contestants act a scene with one (often a guest) having their voice provided from offstage.
Two contestants sing a duet on a given topic (see also some "Song Styles").
During a scene contestants switch into the emotions suggested by the audience.
Every Other Line
One contestant reads from a play, while the other acts a scene and tries to reach a given end line.
One contestant is an "expert" on an obscure topic, interviewed by another contestant.
A contestant translates as another explains an aspect of a foreign country in that language.
Contestants commentate on the others acting as models at a fashion show.
Film and Theatre Styles (Film, Theater and TV Styles)
Two contestants are given a scene and then various film/theater/TV styles to act it out in.
Contestants must improvise a new soundtrack for a piece of film on a given topic.
One contestant reviews a film, acted out by the other three.
One contestant narrates a film trailer which is performed by the other three.
The contestants act out a scene while maintaining a given expression (happy, constipated, etc.)
Foreign Film Dub
2 contestants act a film in the given language, with the others translating.
A scene is played with contestants switching between forward and reverse (see also Video Players)
Contestants speak at the funeral of a person with a strange quirk, usually singing a unison hymn.
A host and three contestants act out a game show with the show name taken from the audience.
A two person "Song Styles"-type game about a particular occupation.
See "Film & Theatre Styles". (name used on radio and in the pilot)
The contestants each sing a verse of a gospel song on a given topic.
(The) Great Debate
Contestants debate a given topic, each playing a particular type of person (occupation etc).
Two contestants advertise a Greatest Hits album, naming songs performed by another (or 2).
See "News Flash".
Hands Through/Helping Hands
Two contestants act out a scene but one has his hands provided by a third contestant. Often played with a guest.
Contestants give "World's Worst" examples (dating agency video, audition) using weird hats (see also "Dating Service").
Here He Is Now
Two contestants discuss quirks of the other two contestants, which they must show when they enter (see also "That'll Be Charlie Now")
Hey You Down There
One contestant narrates for a public information video whilst others act it out.
The contestants each sing a verse of a hoedown song on a given topic.
See Director, but usually played with one contestant directing and three acting.
Two contestants perform a home shopping programme selling useless items.
If You Know What I Mean
Contestants perform a scene speaking in (or inventing) euphemisms.
See "Mission: Impossible"
Contestants present an infomercial on a given topic using random props from a box.
Two contestants interrogate another about a bizarre crime suggested by the audience.
A contestant interviews fictional/historical character in the style of a given magazine/TV show.
Irish Drinking Song
Contestants each sing single lines in an Irish Drinking Song on a given topic.
Let's Make A Date
A contestant is on a dating program and must ask questions and guess the quirk for each date.
Two contestants act out a scene, but must each replace one particular letter with another.
Two contestants act a scene using the others (or audience/guests) as any required props.
The contestants each sing a verse of a march on a given topic.
Contestants are host, contestant, audience and phone friends in a styled Millionaire game show.
Mission: Impossible (or Mission Improbable)
Contestants perform a scene Mission:Impossible style, with one providing the tape message.
Contestants perform a scene with some only allowed to read lines from audience members' text messages.
Three contestants each sing one verse of a song on a given topic, the others backing them up.
Two contestants act out a given scene, but they can only move when moved by two audience members.
Musical (American Musical)
The contestants perform a musical based on the life of an audience member.
Contestants during a scene become a particular character when holding a certain prop.
Musical Film Review
Clive reads a movie summary from a guide, a contestant reviews the film which the others perform.
Two producers discuss a musical on a given topic, which is acted out by the other two.
Narrate (For Each Other)/Film Noire
Two contestants perform a scene, narrating their thoughts on the other's actions.
Two 'hosts' question a field reporter in front of a green screen who must work out where he is.
A host, expert, reporter and interviewee cover a news report on a children's/biblical story.
Number of words
The four contestants are given a scene, but each can only speak a fixed number of words at a time.
Old Job/New Job (or vice versa)
One (or more) contestants must incorporate aspects of a previous job into their current one.
Opera (Rock Opera)
The contestants perform an opera based on the life of an audience member.
The party host must guess the strange quirks assigned to each party guest.
Using props (wigs, hats, etc), contestants become panel members discussing a topic with Clive as host.
Used in radio series for other games (couples, home shopping) catering to specific pairings.
Two or more contestants put their heads through holes cut from a picture and act out a scene.
A contestant must work out their achievement from the questions asked at a press conference they give.
Prison Visitor (Prison Scene, Prison Cell)
The prison visitor has problems of prisoners sung to them, and sings back replies.
Each of two pairs of contestants gets a prop for which the contestants must find uses.
Contestants sing their troubles to a psychiatrist, who sings solutions back.
See "Questions Only", but contestants must maintain a different impression each time they enter.
Only questions may be used in a scene. Contestants may swap when one makes a mistake. Sometimes played with hats.
Two contestants act a scene but when a third shouts "Change" they must alter the line they have just said.
One contestant is the host of a bizarre quiz show, the others are the contestants.
The contestants each sing a verse of a rap song on a given topic.
Remember That Song?
During a scene, characters recall each others' past songs which they must perform.
The contestants are given a show, and must discuss and audience-chosen topic in that show's style.
A reunion is enacted for people of a certain occupation, concluding with a song.
The contestants each sing a verse of an Oz Rock song on a given topic.
Scene to Music
Contestants act out a scene in the mood/style suggested by music which is played in.
Scene to Rap
The contestants perform a scene by rapping.
Scene with a Prop
Contestants are given a prop and must develop a scene using it.
Scene With Audience Member
Contestants perform a scene with an audience member reading lines from a card.
Scenes Cut From A Movie
The contestants invent scenes that never made it into audience-suggested movies.
Scenes From A Hat
The host picks audience suggestions for scenes out of a hat, which the contestants step forward and perform.
Given a scene and secret's location, two contestants act the scene during which the secret is revealed.
A scene is performed lying down on the stage, with the camera shooting from above.
The contestants perform the start and end scenes of a soap opera set in a location given by the audience.
A contestant is given a topic and a style of song to perform.
The contestants act out a scene speaking only in song titles.
Variation: Contestants swap over (as in Questions Only) if they mess up.
Sound Effects (i) (also "Audience Sound Effects")
One contestant acts out a scene whilst another provides the sound effects.
Variation: Two contestants act whilst audience members provide the effects.
Sound Effects (ii)
The contestants act out a scene and have to incorporate sound effects which are played in.
Two contestants act out an activity in slow motion, while the other two commentate.
Stand, Sit, Lie (Down)/Bend
At all times in a scene, one contestant must be standing, one sitting, one lying down/bending.
One contestant narrates a story with the others acting it out. The audience gives a title and moral.
Contestants act out a scene, each given a particular character they must perform.
A contestant is given a worldwide problem, and superhero name. He names the others as they join him.
Contestants are appearing in a 'Survivor'-style show, stuck in a strange location.
The audience chooses physical positions for 2 contestants, used to start a scene. Other contestants
can call "freeze" to swap into a current position and begin a new scene.
Two contestants host a telethon, the others sing the 'help-a-song' as various celebrities.
That'll Be Charlie Now
One contestant is Charlie, the other 3 discuss his many quirks which he must show when he enters (see also "Here He Is Now").
Two contestants visit a restaurant with a chosen theme, with the others as waiter and host.
This is the Story of Your Life
The contestants are host, guest and acquaintances on a "This is Your Life" show.
Three-Headed Broadway Star
Given a style and title, three contestants sing a broadway song, alternating words.
Three Of A Kind
Similar to Old Job, New Job. Three contestants in a scene must involve an occupation they used to share.
Two contestants act out a given scene as two characters (e.g. Capt. Kirk and Mr Spock).
Three contestants act scenes from a chosen movie, another fast forwards, rewinds, etc.
Weird Newscasters/Weird Newsreaders
A news anchor has a co-anchor, sports/finance reporter and weather/traffic reporter with strange quirks.
What Are You Trying To Say?
Two contestants converse, but keep reading insults into everything the other says.
What's In The Bag?
Contestants perform a scene incorporating items they find in audience members' bags.
Two contestants act out a scene, incorporating audience-suggested lines on pieces of paper given to them.
The contestants, on the "World's Worst step", perform examples of the World's Worst of a given topic.
Wrong Theme Tune
Contestants improvise a TV show in the style of another TV show whose theme is played in.