Gallery Game is a game where a contestant paints a number in the price to complete it.
- The contestant was shown a painting of a prize being played for. Below the painting was most of the price - three complete digits and a partially completed fourth digit. The contestant had to "paint" in the rest of the digit with a marker (accompanied by the Alla Hornpipe movement of Handel's Water Music). A correct choice won the prize.
- The partial fourth digit usually had a distinguishing mark completed, in order to reduce the field of possible answers, such as a horizontal line across the top, indicating a 5 or 7.
- Gallery Game was played 24 times, ending with a win-loss record of 9-15. This is believed to have contributed to its retirement.
- Although this game was the first to premiere in the 1990s, it was also the first pricing game to be retired in that decade.
- Stan Blits’ book erroneously lists Gallery Game as “Masterpiece” which was a name used while the game was being developed.
- Like Ten Chances and Check Game, Gallery Game is about writing a number to win a prize.