Tower of Ten takes the obsession with top ten lists and turns it into a new highly addictive, irresistible play-along quiz.
The game is played by a team of five people who know each other well – work colleagues, friends, family, etc. Each player must correctly answer at least five of the top ten questions in every round to get to the final. If he does, the answers will appear on the iconic tower and he'll bank cash for his team. One wrong answer though and he's off the show and loses everything he's earned.
The team captain automatically goes through to the final, but it's his responsibility to get as many team mates though to the end game, whilst earning as much money as possible. He'll carefully decide which of his team members are best suited to answer the question in each round, and if he's not happy with their answer he can overrule it with the simple press of a buzzer.
All the players that make it through to the finale face one last top ten question. The remaining players must give an answer down the line, starting with the captain. If it's correct they're still in the game. If it's incorrect, that player is out. The team must give all ten answers to walk away with the banked money. Fail to do so, and they leave with nothing.