As a kid, getting sick enough to stay home from school was almost a blessing in disguise. It meant you got to stay home, nap on the couch, eat chicken soup, and watch a full day of game shows.\u00a0I don't know about you, but I definitely considered faking sickness just so I could stay home and watch my favorite game shows. Plus, there's nothing more fun than imagining getting to be\u00a0on\u00a0one of those game shows. Unfortunately, a lot of the best game shows aren't on television anymore. They've been replaced by newer shows with more high-tech gadgets. And although some of the new game shows are good, they'll never be as amazing as the shows of the past. Check out 11 of the best vintage game shows below. Which one was your favorite? 1. Play Your Hunch https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/BZF1-s5l2H7\/?taggedplayyourhunch Play Your Hunch\u00a0aired from 1958 to 1963. In 2001, the show was ranked 43rd on TV Guide's "50 Greatest Game Shows of All Time." The first host of the show was Merv Griffin; he was followed by Gene Rayburn and Robert Q. Lewis. 2. Press Your Luck https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/Bg9F6GzBDHU\/?taggedpressyourluck Press Your Luck\u00a0aired from 1983 to 1986. The show was hosted by Peter Tomarken.\u00a0Press Your Luck\u00a0was best known for its "Whammy," a cartoon character. If you landed on a Whammy space, your score was reset to zero. 3. The Weakest Link https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/BbfGO1-Ao_q\/?taggedyouaretheweakestlink The British version of\u00a0The Weakest Link\u00a0ran from 2000 to 2012, and the US version ran from 2001 to 2003. Both versions were hosted by Anne Robinson. In 2017, the show returned for a single celebrity-studded episode, which raised money for\u00a0BBC Children in Need. 4. Supermarket Sweep https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/Bhctx4vj0c3\/?taggedsupermarketsweep Supermarket Sweep\u00a0ran from 1965 to 1967. It was revived in 1990 and ran through 2003. In the '60s, the show was hosted by Bill Malone. The '90s version was hosted by David Ruprecht. In 2017, FremantleMedia announced they had acquired rights to the show and were planning to revive it once again. 5. The Newlywed Game https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/BetNy-yn_-V\/?taggedthenewlywedgame The Newlywed Game\u00a0ran from 1966 to 2013, with a variety of hosts over the years. This game show is one of the most iconic shows, and many people like to play their own home versions of the game at home.\u00a0The Newlywed Game became famous for the arguments it started between couples, and some marriages even ended because of the show! In 2013, it was ranked 10th in the\u00a0TV Guide's top 60 game shows. Click Next To Continue Reading 6. Hollywood Squares https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/Bg2EH2-Be_0\/?taggedhollywoodsquares Hollywood Squares\u00a0ran four different times between 1966 and 2004. Part of the show was scripted in order to have the celebrities tell jokes and fake answers. Although the game play was real and unscripted, the show threw in some scripted lines from time to time in order to make it funnier. Some of the show's celebrity regulars included Cliff Arquette, Rich Little, Roddy McDowall, Rose Marie, Demond Wilson, Wally Cox, Florence Henderson, Joan Rivers, and Vincent Price. 7. What's My Line https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/Bg-BD6ihrtd\/?taggedwhatsmyline What's My Line ran from 1950 to 1967, and then in syndication from 1968 t0 1975. The hosts were John Daly, Wally Bruner, and Larry Blyden. The cast starred celebrities like Arlene Frances, Hal Block, Louis Untermeyer, Dorothy Kilgallen, Bennett Cerf, Steve Allen, Fred Allen, Martin Gabel, and Soupy Sales. 8. Pantomime Quiz https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/vzxinuC67U\/?taggedpantomimequiz Pantomime Quiz\u00a0ran from 1947 to 1959, during the Golden Age of Television. The premise of the show was based on charades, and it was hosted by Mike Stokey. Pantomime Quiz had a\u00a0ton\u00a0of celebrity guests, including Mary Tyler Moore, William Shatner, Jayne Mansfield, Eartha Kitt, Jerry Lewis, Mickey Rooney, Angela Lansbury, Gypsy Rose Lee, Sammy Davis Jr., Carol Burnett, and others. 9. The Match Game https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/BOUlv6Qgn_v\/?taggedvintagegameshow The Match Game\u00a0premiered on NBC in 1962, and was revived multiple times throughout the next few decades. Like many of the other old game shows, celebrity regulars made appearances on\u00a0The Match Game.\u00a0People like Betty White, Patti Deutsch, Bob Barker, and Marcia Wallace were among the most famous. 10. Password https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vfKeM_glkJAw Password\u00a0originally aired in 1961 and ran through 1967. The show then ran from 1971 to 1975. The show was so successful that it was followed by other versions, like\u00a0Password Plus\u00a0and\u00a0Super Password. 11. Tic Tac Dough https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?va2jVE-0pXX8 Tic Tac Dough, based on tic tac toe, ran four separate times between 1956 and 1990. Contestants were able to play until they were defeated, which meant that they could be on for multiple episodes. Some contestants even won over $100,000 on the show! Which of these game shows was your favorite? Don't forget to share this article with your friends!