The same poster who posted the photos of the merchandise on the Board games and other adaptations page, is the same one doing it at the Game Shows Wiki, of which I am also a member. Unfortunately, unlike this one, there is no set admin (which can be a problem, if you ask me; it's just like a restaurant--no head chef means chaos in the kitchen; likewise, no admin means chaos on the forum/wiki).

Now, whether he intended to improve the page is anyone's guess; but when Daniel noticed the photos (and also noticed they were illegally taken off eBay), you can bet he was not a happy camper.

Now, as Daniel mentioned on his own blog, as soon as I saw the Mattel reproduction of the 1998 game, I made the appropriate edits by looking at the picture as it was still up.

I can understand why people want to add something just to "improve" a page. But if you're going to add photos of game show merchandise and you own those items, it's a good idea to take pictures of those items before you upload them; or if you do upload pictures off the Internet, as a rule of thumb, "Give credit where credit is due!" (If you don't, it's just as bad as plagiarism, which can get you into deep trouble)

Other than that, I am out. Peace. Gameshowguy2000 (talk) 06:24, February 5, 2013 (UTC)

P.S. BTW, the 1999 Board Game may have been taken off Amazon, but I don't know as that is the only place I can find a photo of said game; in the meantime, you can view it there, and maybe buy a copy for you, family, and/or even friends.