Tic tac dough

These are the many products/merchandise/goods that were brought to us due to the success of Tic Tac Dough.

Board GamesEdit

Board games based on the original 1956 NBC version were released by Transogram in 1957 and again in 1960 for two editions, including a "Junior" edition also released in 1960. (NOTE: The board game continued to be released after that, but with one with the Tic Tac Dough word on it and one with all references to Tic Tac Dough removed due to the 1950s Quiz Show scandals, going by the name 3-In-a-Row. Also, all board games (except Tic Tac Dough Home Quiz and 3-In-a-Row) feature host and creator Jack Barry on the cover.)

A board game based on the 1978 CBS/SYN. version was released by Ideal in 1978.

Video GamesEdit

A video game based on the CBS/SYN. version was originally going to be released for the Atari 2600 and Mattel's Intellivision by The Great Game Company in 1983, but due to the North American Video Game Crash of 1983 plans for it were scrapped and it has never been made nor released at the time.

In 2009, a mobile version based on the 1978 CBS/SYN. version was released for Brew, Java, Blackberry and the iPhone by SkyZone Mobile.


TIC-TAC-DOUGH mobile game site @ Skyzone
blog about Tic Tac Dough board game (50s version)
blog about (The New) Tic Tac Dough board game (70s version)

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