Nickelodeon Guts
Series Game Grumps VS
Console SNES
Episodes 4
Playlist The Grumps duke it out in ALL THE GAMES. ALL OF THEM.
Run January 21, 2013 - January 29, 2013
Status Complete


Nickelodeon Guts is the twenty-first game played by Jon and Arin on Game Grumps VS. Jon won.

Episodes[edit | edit source]

  1. The Trial of the Century
  2. Dangling from the Ceiling
  3. I Don't Have It
  4. Finale

Game information[edit | edit source]

In November 1994 Nickelodeon released a video game based on the Guts game show for the Super Nintendo. One or two players may compete in many of the events that debuted in the TV show, including the Aggro Crag. The game is based on the actual footage of the show and contains filmed contestants.

On each episode, three children or teenagers, (individually represented by blue, red, and purple) compete against each other in four events that are based on skills in popular sports, such as basketball, baseball, football, and soccer. While most of these events include the use of an elastic harness, others make use of a wave pool, and sometimes a racing track is used. During the show's run, more creative and ambitious events were invented, even including a fabricated ski slope. Contestants earn points to their total score at the end of each event based on their performance. First place in each event is worth 300 points. Second place receives 200 points, and third place earns 100 points. The fifth and final event is known as the Aggro Crag (later renamed the MegaCrag, and finally the Super Aggro Crag.) This is the only event that featured a different scoring system. First place is worth 725 points. Second place is worth 550 points, and third place receives 375 points.

After each event, one of the three players is asked to "Spill Your Guts", or introduce themselves, between the remaining events. In season one, Mike talks about the player and his or her athletic and non-athletic interests. In season two, Moira discusses the player's interests, and also mentions what "guts" equaled to that player. In season three, during a brief prerecorded segment, players introduce themselves and reveal their athletic and non-athletic interests, what "having guts" means to them, why they are excited to be on the show, and/or usually also give a shout-out to their friends and family back home. On Global Guts, contestants introduce themselves; non-English speakers introduce themselves in their native language, and a translator does an English voice over for them.

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