Games of all kinds! (PacMan)

Various guessing game|guessing, outdoor recreation, tabletop game|tabletop, pen-and-paper, roleplaying game|roleplaying, collectible card game|collectible/trading card, and video games have been featured on The Big Bang Theory. According to Sheldon's schedule, Wednesday is "Halo Night"[1] and Friday is "The Hofstadter Isotope" (2-20)</ref> Raj also holds Scavenger Hunts and Murder Mystery Nights.

Card/board/tabletop games

Optical Laser Chess

Video Gaming Platforms

  • In S03E13, Sheldon lists their gaming platforms stolen during a break-in, including:
  • Classic Nintendo (also called, NES)
  • Super Nintendo (also called, SNES)
  • Nintendo 64
  • Wii

Video games

{in alphabetical order}

Posters of Lineage II and Mirror's Edge were in Howard's bedroom before he moved in with Bernadette. A copy of Lineage II can often be seen on the table in front of the alcove (next to the Halo 3 helmet in many episodes). In "The Bozeman Reaction", Sheldon and Leonard's apartment was burglarized and Sheldon reported to the police officer that their various video game consoles and many video games were among the items stolen.[18]

Fictional games


  1. "The Dumpling Paradox" (1-7)
  2. "The Lizard-Spock Expansion" (S2E09) and "The Rothman Disintegration" (S5E17)
  3. "The Rothman Disintegration" (5-17)
  4. "The Wheaton Recurrence" (3-19)
  5. "The Euclid Alternative" (2-5), Sheldon tries to play a chemical element naming game with Penny while she drives him to work
  6. "The Vegas Renormalization" (2-21), Penny plays Twenty Questions with Sheldon
  7. "The Cruciferous Vegetable Amplification" (4-2), during a commute with Leonard, Sheldon (as "Shelbot") asks him how many sphincters he can name in the human body
  8. "The Love Car Displacement" (4-13), during a road trip, in the lead car they play the chemical element game
  9. "The Pulled Groin Extrapolation" (5-3), Sheldon creates a guessing game where he asks the question: "This four letter word describes either a printer's type size OR a compulsion to eat dirt
  10. "The Cornhusker Vortex" (3-2)
  11. "The Cushion Saturation" (2-16)
  12. "The Skank Reflex Analysis" (5-1)
  13. "The Stars Nearest To Me" is a song Sheldon makes up when walking down the apartment building's stairs in "The Desperation Emanation" (4-5)
  14. "The Peanut Reaction" (1-16)
  15. 15.0 15.1 "The Flaming Spittoon Acquisition" (5-10)
  16. "The Pancake Batter Anomaly" (1-11)
  17. 17.0 17.1 "The Launch Acceleration" (5-23)
  18. 18.0 18.1 "The Bozeman Reaction" (3-13)
  19. "The Wiggly Finger Catalyst" (5-4)
  20. "The Re-Entry Minimization" (6-4)
  21. "The Recombination Hypothesis" (5-13)
  22. "The Fish Guts Displacement" (6-10)
  23. "The Barbarian Sublimation" (2-3)
  24. "The Tangible Affection Proof" (6-16)
  25. "The Isolation Permutation" (5-8)
  26. "The Relationship Diremption (7-20)
  27. 27.0 27.1 "The Extract Obliteration" (6-6)
  28. "The Gorilla Experiment" (3-10)
  29. "The Shiny Trinket Maneuver" (5-12)
  30. Red Dead Redemption played on The Big Bang Theory, RockstarWatch, January 13, 2012
  31. "The Contractual Obligation Implementation" (6-18)
  32. "The Weekend Vortex" (5-19)
  33. "The Codpiece Topology" (2-2)
  34. "The Boyfriend Complexity" (4-9)
  35. "The Bath Item Gift Hypothesis" (2-11)
  36. "The Herb Garden Germination" (4-20)
  37. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named 1-3
  38. "The Hot Troll Deviation" (4-4)
  39. "The Zarnecki Incursion" (4-19)
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  42. "The Creepy Candy Coating Corollary" (3-5)
  43. "The Justice League Recombination" (4-11)
  44. "The Engagement Reaction" (4-23)
  45. "The Decoupling Fluctuation" (6-2)
  46. "Big Bang Theory" Fake Game Turns Real, Chris Marlow, Digital Media Wire, September 23, 2011
  47. "The Vacation Solution" (5-16)
  48. "The Guitarist Amplification" (3-7)
  49. "The Work Song Nanocluster" (2-18)
  50. "The Wildebeest Implementation" (4-22)
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