By Jonathan Oakes

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Fourplay, presented by Trivial Warfare, is a game show testing your ability to make a connection. Contestants are given four different sets of four words in 2 minute intervals and are challenged to find the connections between the words in each set and then the connection between the sets themselves. Think you have what it takes to be a four time champion? There's only one way to find out. Welcome to FourPlay

Episode Date
FP5 - Paul McLaughlin Game 4

Paul McLaughlin is our first official competitor and he's made it all the way to the 4th game. See if he has what it takes to finish his run on FourPlay without ever taking a loss!

Jul 19, 2019
FP4 - Paul Mclaughlin Game 3

Paul is back take on another 4-pack of clues and see if he has what it takes to be our first ever 3-day champion. Enjoy!

Jul 12, 2019
FP3 - Paul Mclaughlin Game 2

Paul is back with us for his second game. Will he make all of then necessary connections to solve the final puzzle in order to return next week? There's only one way to find out. Enjoy the show!

Jul 05, 2019
FP2 - Paul Mclaughlin

Welcome to FourPlay presented by Trivial Warfare! We had great feedback on the pilot episode and we're looking forward to hitting our stride with weekly shows starting with this week's contestant Paul Mclaughlin. Enjoy!

Jun 28, 2019
FP1 - Gary Middleton

Welcome to FourPlay! This is a pilot episode of a new game that we have in production here at the Trivial Warfare studios. It's a game of connections where one thing always leads to another. Players will be given four sets of four words two minutes apart and will have 10 total minutes to spot the connections in each set and in between the correct answers of each set.

We're joined by Gary Middleton for the pilot episode. Gary will be writing many of our future FourPlay games so I'm very happy to give him a chance to sit in the hot seat first.


Jun 09, 2019