Software & Apps MS Office 15 Free PowerPoint Game Templates Customize these templates and make learning fun by Stacy Fisher Stacy Fisher is the former freebies writer for The Balance. She has over 18 years experience in teaching and writing about personal finance. our editorial process Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Stacy Fisher Updated on September 06, 2019 Engel & Gielen / LOOK-foto / Getty Images MS Office Powerpoint Word Excel Outlook Tweet Share Email PowerPoint game templates are a great way to introduce a new unit or review for a test with your students. Search for a PowerPoint game in the free PowerPoint templates. Then, open the template in Microsoft PowerPoint or a free presentation software program and customize it with your own questions and answers. Simply run the presentation in class for a customized game to play with your students. Information in this article applies to PowerPoint 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010; PowerPoint for Microsoft 365, PowerPoint Online, and PowerPoint for Mac. 01 of 15 Jeopardy PowerPoint Game Templates Eric Curts What We Like Most of the hard work is done for you. Sleek graphics. Familiar sound effects and theme songs. What We Don't Like Some templates are in HTML format only. A few templates require an email sign-up. One of the most popular types of PowerPoint games to use in the classroom is Jeopardy. Jeopardy is a great game to use when you want to review for a test or introduce new material to students. This game can be played as a class, in teams, or individually on computers. Visit this list of free Jeopardy PowerPoint templates to play the game of Jeopardy with your students. 02 of 15 Family Feud PowerPoint Game Templates What We Like Can encourage and be used with teams of students. Great graphics resemble the TV gameshow. Realistic sound effects from the gameshow. What We Don't Like Some templates have a small number of slides. Requires customizing. Not much non-English support. Some templates are not in PPTX format. Another free game that's popular with teachers and students is Family Feud. These are played just like traditional Family Feud and kids of all ages really get into the game. Here's a list of free Family Feud PowerPoint templates you can customize and use. 03 of 15 Realistic Wheel of Fortune PowerPoint Game Template What We Like Great instructions for setup. Realistic-looking graphics. Handy instructional video. Cool animations. What We Don't Like Setup is involved. Doesn't automatically figure dollar amounts. Loads only 12 puzzles. Spin the wheel, use your own puzzles, and track scores with this Wheel of Fortune PowerPoint template that looks like the actual game. 04 of 15 Rusnak Creative Wheel of Fortune Template What We Like Great music and sound effects. Colorful graphics and animations. Game rules slide for players. What We Don't Like Uses macros which can be susceptible to malware. Create your own puzzles. Here's another Wheel of Fortune game template that includes toss-up rounds, bonus rounds, real-time, scores, and of course that colorful wheel. 05 of 15 Wheel of Winning PowerPoint Game What We Like Handy video tutorial. Crisp graphics and animations. Realistic sound effects, including audience sounds. Download one pre-made game. What We Don't Like Must enter an email address to download templates. Only 4 puzzles in the template. No visible alphabet to look at. Letter guessing has to be manually selected. Choose from a standard, pop culture, or scoreboard version of Wheel of Fortune. There are tons of bells and whistles along with a tutorial to help get you started. 06 of 15 Very Basic The Price is Right PowerPoint Game Template What We Like Basic template is perfect for the novice. Easy to insert new questions. What We Don't Like Graphics are pretty crude. Template is very basic. Cannot link to correct answers. This Price Is Right PowerPoint template is extremely simple, as it only has one slide for the product and one for the price. However, it provides a demonstration of how to set up the game with additional questions. 07 of 15 Price is Right With More Questions What We Like 8 pre-made questions. Fun opening slide. What We Don't Like No links to correct answers. Simplistic graphics. This is another The Price Is Right PowerPoint template that's very similar to the one above, but this one has eight questions set up that you can edit. 08 of 15 Deal or No Deal with Sounds What We Like Game rules slide for players. Help page to assist in setup. Easy-to-edit template. What We Don't Like Simple graphics. Single sound effect isn't clear. No pre-made questions. This Deal or No Deal PowerPoint template is easy to customize and has sounds for each time you choose a briefcase. 09 of 15 Deal or No Deal With a Twist What We Like Simple template. Easy to read. Slide with game instructions. What We Don't Like No sound effects. Game logo looks stretched. This Deal or No Deal game is set up for a classroom so students must answer questions correctly if they wish to receive a bonus point, the rest of the game is regular. 10 of 15 Rusnak Creative Deal or No Deal What We Like Professional graphics. Gives gameplay instructions. Template to change gameplay. Sound effects and intro music. What We Don't Like Uses macros; some antivirus programs may flag it as malware. May falsely detect the end of the game early. This Deal or No Deal game template includes offers from the Banker, randomized case values, and lots more to keep your students tuned in and ready. 11 of 15 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Verbs What We Like 12 pre-made questions. Easy-to-read graphics and text. Added sound effects enhance gameplay. What We Don't Like Must change the money values for other countries. Lifelines aren't clickable and only advance the slide. Doesn't accurately track winnings. This Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? PowerPoint template has questions about simple verbs that are filled out for you. There are sounds, animated graphics, and 12 questions in total. 12 of 15 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Blank Template What We Like Optional sound effects on website. Enough blank question templates for a full game. Sound effects add excitement. What We Don't Like Lifeline links reveal all the answers. Sounds snips aren't very high quality. This is another template for playing Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? in PowerPoint, and like the previous one it has 15 questions, except that these are blank and ready for you to fill out with your own information. 13 of 15 Rusnak Creative Who Wants to Be a Millionaire What We Like Well-done graphics. On-screen game instructions. Quick setup tutorial. High-quality sound effect. What We Don't Like Uses macros; potential for malware infection. May not respond to clicking. Sometimes runs slowly. This free PowerPoint game template includes sounds and music and all the lifeline options. 14 of 15 Cash Cab 12 Questions What We Like Enough slides for a full game. Gives basic game instructions. Ceiling animation like TV show. Easy-to-edit template. What We Don't Like Sometimes the template messes up. No sound effects. Just like in the real game, this template includes not only blank slides for all the different questions but also a place for a Red Light Challenge and a Video Bonus Question. The audio files for Cash Cab are a separate download. 15 of 15 Cash Cab First Aid Questions What We Like Clear instructions on how to customize. Sound effects to engage players. Text is easy to read at a distance. What We Don't Like Background is a bit distracting. No extra rounds like the gameshow. Player cannot select answers. This Cash Cab PowerPoint template has 12 questions related to first aid information. This template revolves around the objective to reach the Empire State Building before being kicked out of the cab with too many wrong answers.