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Jodie Penfold and Christopher Ellison. Fort Boyard: Ultimate Challenge. Chris Berman and Cathy Lee Crosby The contestant has to arm wrestle against the strongman, whilst trying to grab the key, which is in a little box, with the other hand.
Between their hands is a lever, so as the contestant pushes the strongman's arm down, the key is lowered so it becomes accessible to grab.
Upon entry, the contestant notes that the key is trapped in a metal shaft. He or she then pulls a lever, which raises the key on this axis, but the lever moves to the other side of the partition that separates the cell into two.
The contestant must then pass to the other side of this through a padded door rocker, the latter operating in the strength of the shoulders by throwing themselves on the top to push it over.
Once on the other side, he or she can once again operate the lever, which will again raise the key further.
After several trips, the key is released from its axis and the contestant can finally collect the key and exit the cell.
In this event, the contestant must walk a very narrow airway strap placed across the width of the courtyard and above the Treasury Room.
It starts from the balcony of the cell and progresses on the strap holding two umbrellas for balance. The two umbrellas are themselves held by cables.
The goal is to get a portfolio at the end of the strap. When this first action is made, the contestant must do the opposite and return to its starting point.
To release the key the contestant has to get one ball into the bucket at the end of the runway, four sections of which are not in position.
Contestants stand on a surfboard, which swivels these sections, but if they don't move quickly enough to line up the next section in time, the ball drops to the ground, so they have to start again.
To reach the door of the safe containing the key, contestants are required to move through two partitions using a giant barrel. These partitions have the fingerprints of the barrel.
Contestants must have the barrel and insert it into the wall. But the cylinder has three sets of rods. So it must be run each time to find the right position to move it into the wall.
After passing through the two walls, the door is safe to be opened with the same barrel and the same technique as for partitions. If they can open the door, they can get the key and exit the cell, going back through the walls, but without the barrel.
The player must move a barrel from one end of a maze to the other where the key is locked in a vice. On the barrel is a tool which releases the key.
The maze consists of 20 barrels, including one that cannot move, and these barrels must be moved so that the key can be freed. The contestant enters a cell decorated like a wine cellar.
The key is at the bottom of the cell, hanging from the ceiling. To get it, the contestant must pass through the cell while walking on a barrel lying on the ground and keeping balance by using a rope attached to a ceiling track.
If he or she loses control of the barrel, the contestant can drop from the rope and put the barrel in the right direction, but doing this means the rope will reset back to the beginning of the track.
Obstacles on the ground include bottle caps and large ropes. Also, a metal curled wire runs across the cell, near the end of the track, to make the game more difficult.
Contestants have sometimes injured themselves when jumping from the barrel to reach the key hanging above. Inside the room the key is locked in a perspex cube which is easily opened, but when it is tampered with a door comes down blocking the exit.
To get out, the contestant has to remove the boxes which make up the barrier until there's a hole big enough to get out of.
The contestant has to walk along the board similar to a surfboard to the end and collect the key hanging from above. The contestant jumps into a revolving web made up of a series of bungee cords and must cross to the end to retrieve a tool.
This device is then used to access the key halfway back along the bungee web. This last stage is the hardest because, as the web revolves, the player must release the key, which is going from below to above the player very quickly.
As a consequence, some players have been locked in due to running out of time. The contestant has to carry a heavy machine that vibrates violently along the wire without touching it, just like in the classic game.
Jaba the Pirate stands in the background trying his best to distract the player. If he or she successfully gets it to the end of the wire, the key is released.
The contestant must get across a series of variously sized rolling cylinders to get to the key. Also known as "Cylinders". In Ultimate Challenge the cylinders were painted to resemble pieces of candy, giving the challenge its UC name.
Contestants fail more often than they succeed at this. One test where the contestant faces the 'Strong Man'. In the cell is a capstan. Each of the two must push the bar in the same direction to another, which requires a real show of strength and force.
The contestant must push the bar all the way to the catch, to retrieve the key that is in the axis of the capstan. On one occasion, the contestant was injured during the game and could not compete in the show further, with a key given as consolation.
In the Fort's cell is a cargo net in a box shape. Inside here is another box and so on, with the key lying in the centre of the maze. The contestant has to find their way through the entrances of each layer until they get to the key.
They must exit in the same way. Before entering the cell, the contestant receives a pierced shovel grain. At the bottom of the cell is a coffee grinder.
To make it work, the contestant must insert coffee beans in the container. The grains are in bags located on the other side of the room near the entrance.
With the shovel, the contestant must take the grain to go pour into the machine whilst the floor below the machine is spinning violently to make the game more difficult.
After at least five round trips, depending on the amount of grain brought into the machine. If the contestant manages to put enough grain in the machine, a green light will start flashing.
This action automatically pushes up the key in the pipe and makes it accessible. In , metal bars are added above the ice tank. The contestant is now obliged to enter the water to continue the progression of the key.
In this cell, the contestant is dressed in a straitjacket, and enters a room that spins, causing him to walk on the ceiling, in an attempt to put 4 balls that are on his straitjacket into 4 holes in the room before the key is released.
The contestant enters the room and finds a pool cue. They must shoot a ball on a tilted billiards table into three targets on the opposite side, to release the key in a tube.
The catch is that the cage and the holes are moving constantly. The contestant climbs a ladder and enters the cell, which is in complete darkness, via its window.
The contestant has to crawl down, locate the key amongst the rats, turn around and then climb back up the tube.
In some versions, when the time limit expires, a lever is pulled blocking the exit from the cell similar to the museum game.
This test is a modern 'dark' version of Tube Tuyau transparent , present on the fort between and The player must climb a rope and guide the key through a maze, but the trouble is that the rope descends as the contestant tries to go up it.
In , the key was in one of four tubes suspended from the ceiling. The contestant had to unscrew the bottom of the tubes to access the key. In this test, a slot machine saves tokens that can release the key enclosed in a balance.
Upon entering the cell, the player sits on a chair and must operate the handle of the one-armed bandit. The chair begins to turn on itself very quickly for a few seconds.
At the end of the rotation, the player obviously dazed and with the head still spinning, must walk on the beam and not fall.
However must act quickly, because the chips are already falling from the machine. If player manages to reach the slot machine in time, they must collect as many chips as possible, with the container it has since its entry into the cell.
When the bowl has some chips, the player must return to the seat side back through the beam and pay the balance in its collection.
After obviously several trips and once there's enough chips in the balance, the rocker key is made available.
The player, secured to a rope, has to follow the rope through an obstacle course requiring them to climb over and under a series of bars to grab a key and return the same way.
The rope has just enough slack to allow the contestant to move through the course, but, if the key is dropped, it can't be retrieved.
The mighty sword is stuck is a wooden stump. The contender has to pull the sword out, and then use the sword to cut a rope on which the key is attached.
The cutting is actually the harder part, due to the relative bluntness of the sword, and it is at this point that people usually fail the game.
The two strongest contestants are sent into a room, at the end of which is a giant fan. They have to slot a perspex cover in front of it to stop the fan and release the key.
As the fan is so loud the contestants are unable to hear anything; a red light goes on when there are 10 seconds left to get out.
In this simple yet rare challenge, the contestant must bounce cannonballs of various weights into differently sized barrels by jumping on a device similar to a seesaw.
A similar game returned in the French duel format and in other duel versions. If they drop the object, they must return to the start and try again.
At the end of the course are two empty baskets; when both baskets are filled the key is released. Previously, three objects were needed in the baskets to win the key; this was later changed due to its difficulty and to make the game easier.
Despite that, it has rarely been won in many versions of the show. The contestant transports corn in a holey bucket from a barrel to a pair of scales.
The corn must weigh down one side of the scales to lift the key which is on the other side. Inside the room are chickens.
In later series, the chickens pen were replaced with having the contestant step through a giant loom, hence its Ultimate Challenge name.
This game has been removed from the fort in and replaced by new game, Casino. The contestant s must first climb to one of two strings hanging from the ceiling.
These strings are found to have a bracket with a foot hole. The contestant must advance by using these two brackets by detaching the rope from a ceiling hook and putting into the next hook and so on to get to the end of the course and collect the key.
To save time, it is advisable that the contestant s leaves their feet in the stirrups. This game is also played as a duel with two tracks on the ceiling.
In this cell plunged into darkness, spirits have taken up residence and the player is going to meet them. The principle is simple: the player has to find either two pieces containing half of a code needed to unlock the clue or key or the canister containing the clue word itself while keeping their composure as spirits rage around them.
The contender has to hook the metal bars into slots in the wall and ceiling to climb the overhang and reach the key. However, there are only two bars at the bottom, with another two hanging down, so the bars have to be re-used.
This game was not visible in France from The cell is occupied by the authority allowing operation of high-tech tests Interactive Cell, Visual Enigma etc.
This game is also played as a duel with two tracks. The contestant enters a room to participate in a touch-screen-based computerised challenge introduced by a new resident of the fort, Luciole.
These challenges vary from mazes to memory puzzles. When the player enters the room, the door is automatically locked. The only way out is to get the key.
Fake books must be piled up, allowing the contestant to reach a lever to release the key and open the door again.
This challenge was only featured on the show for a brief period due to the difficulty, but mostly because contestants often tried to stand on an unstable table for height, which was dangerous.
This game returned to the fort in and was located in a new cell with a rotating platform surrounding the column of books. Inspired by Harry Houdini , once the challenge begins, the key becomes available.
However, to leave the cell, the contestant, handcuffed and with a box containing four green balls secured to their chest, has to shake the balls out of the box and insert them into four holes located on the walls of a room that slowly rotates.
The contestant s faces the 'Magician of the Fort' in a simple but difficult game. A small key is under one of three cups he has available on the table, he turns and moves the cups with his talents as a manipulator.
The contestant must find what cup the key is inside. There are three small keys in total, each key opens a padlock.
When the three locks are open, the real key can be collected. The contestant climbs a ladder and enters the cell a museum via its window. Inside are a number of obstacles, such as ladders and nets, which the contestant must climb over to get to the key.
If the floor is touched by anything, an alarm goes off; the contestant automatically loses and is taken away to jail. The key is in a locked cylinder which is opened using a tool either a suction cup or a magnet, since given to the contestant at the beginning.
The contestant must leave out the window, still not touching the floor. Some players have dropped the key or the tool or even knocked pieces of the scenery loose, resulting in a lock-in.
Two candidates enter the cell, a man and a woman usually. They are left with a mousetrap. The one contestant sits in the cage of the trap while the other will raise the cage using arm strength.
To lock the cage, he or she only has to insert the plug into the new hole. This is than repeated on the other side of the cage. By doing this, the cage will rise gradually.
To exit, he or she can exit through a door at the top with some help. But if the cage is not brought to the top before the end of the hourglass, the contestant can not exit and will remain a prisoner inside the mousetrap.
Tchan replaced the Monkey Bridge in Tchan chooses someone to be a "sacrifice". Tchan will then show a tangram puzzle which another chosen team member must replicate in a box full of creatures.
About halfway through the challenge, Mr. Tchan will give a hint. When the time runs out, Mr. Tchan does a jump and the sacrifice becomes a prisoner.
It has only had 2 wins out of 20, with no teams winning in He returned in with a new style of game, involving completing a pattern while the template rotates.
A male or female contestant takes on a strong woman or man, who wrestles them in the mud. The contestant must reach the key, which hangs from the ceiling at the other end of the room.
The role has been played by many over the years. In addition, the strong woman or strong man plays another game called Cotons-tiges Joust which also returned in and is similar to the "Duel" event seen on Gladiators.
The contestant has to fill up a long tube with green neon water which lies just by the cell's entrance. They must then carry the water through an obstacle course and fill up three cylinders with the luminous liquid.
The player has to cover up both ends of the tube so that little water is lost. Upon entering, the contestant grasps a ball under the net he or she will have to bring up this thread e volving on it, passing the arms through to hold the ball and advance it.
If the contestant drops the ball, it will return to the starting point and will have to start again. At the top, he or she passes the ball into a hole, then it will roll down the path and release the key near the exit.
In some years, the key was required to exit the cell. The contestant enters the cell via a corridor down to recover from his head in his hands and into the openings of a large circular plate in permanent rotation.
On this plateau, several balls of different colours and sizes. The contestant must return one of the balls red which is smaller than the others, into the hole provided for this purpose, by tilting the pan in all directions.
If the contestant succeeds, the fall of the red ball triggers a system and the key is released near the exit door of the cell.
A male and two female contestants enter the room. On the ceiling are the numbers 1—9 with poles attached to them.
The contestants must climb the poles to find the red buttons near the correct 3 numbers. Then they must all push the buttons in unison to fry the string holding the key in a box near the entrance.
There is a long row of large jars in one of the Fort's cells. The contestant has to feel inside each jar, which contains things such as worms and rats, until the key is found.
In this test is a cell with a bass drum, a contestant must get on it standing to reach a transparent maze hung up high, in which lies the key inside.
But to destabilise the contestant, boxes explode in the cell around them. When 10 seconds remain, the bass drum the contestant is standing on explodes, quickly prompting them to exit the cell.
From to , it was a puzzle with iron rods entwined in one another. The contestant has to pedal a handbike overhead across the cell to push the key along.
The key is only accessed if the handbike reaches the end and the key falls to the floor. Hanging at the bottom of a rope out the cell window are some weights, and the key.
The contestant has to pull on the rope until the rope locks into the pulley. Then the contestant must climb out of the window into a cage on the side of the Fort, and reach out for the key.
The contestant is in a vertical plexiglas cabin. Start at the top, player must open one of eight tubes coming out the sides of the cabin, with the aim of opening the nut who has the corresponding colour.
In opening tool first pipe, it is a new tool for a new colour and must try again by opening the pipe that fits this colour.
Player must repeat the process until it finds a new tool. To complicate the task, the cabin fills with water throughout and eels can get out from opening some pipes to come swim around.
In case of panic on this part, the team has a button they can trigger to stop. This action will clear the cabin of water in a few seconds, but the test will be lost.
The contestant is equipped with boxing gloves. The contestant then enters the cell and mounts a small boxing ring, which is equipped with a treadmill.
The contestant must hit a punching bag, to hit the target behind and must keep up with the treadmill. With the more punches the target receives, the key will come down lower and lower until it's released and can be collected.
The contestant must be careful not to get hit in his face by the punching bag. In the centre of the cell is a pole placed on a pyramid base. The pyramid is filled with weighted bags connected to the pole, which also lies the key underneath them.
To remove the key, the contestant has to climb the pyramid and remove each bag one at a time in order. The key is also attached to the pole.
The contestant has to traverse a corridor of red wires without touching them to retrieve a key at the end. The key is located on a stand protected by glass box, which lowers each time a wire is touched.
If the wires are triggered, the key becomes more and more inaccessible and, ultimately, can cause the player to be locked in a gate at the entrance will shut if the wires are triggered five times or more.
Once the contestant has the key, they can exit the cell via a different corridor running alongside marked "Exit". However, in , the corridor was removed and the contestant will now have to go back the way they came once they retrieve the key.
This test is a modern version of Topkapi, present on the fort between and This challenge manifested itself in two incarnations.
In , it consisted of a contestant having to guide a container containing the key along a rope through obstacles in a violently shaking room; in and —15, however, the contestant must instead search for the key in the cabin.
In the cell, the player is on the bottom of an inclined track on which a roller shell is located. At the other end, on the top, is a pendulum movement.
It is on this clock is the key. Before it can be recovered, the player must launch the shell up the pendulum.
But the shell is very heavy and there is a relatively small area for momentum. In addition, the clock is always moving, so you launch the projectile at the right moment.
Hit the nose of the shell to the hole in the clock, the key is then released and falls down near the player who can retrieve it and exit the cell.
A cargo net in the centre of the room is filled with bales marked with cities and other destinations and a box containing a slip of paper naming a destination.
The contestant must go to the bottom of the cargo net, find the sheet of paper, and then find the corresponding cotton bale which may contain either another destination or the key.
However, once the contestant enters the room, a gate locks shut behind them that can only be unlocked with the key; if the contestant does not acquire the key and exit the cell within the time limit, they are automatically locked in.
The challenge was done with the rules of the red hourglass in French version beyond the time of the hourglass, the contestant is not a prisoner but time is deducted from the overall timer.
Above a treadmill, hanging on the ceiling, are a series of buckets containing water. The contestant has to jog on the treadmill, lift down the buckets and pour the water into a tube.
This tube leads into another, so that the key is pushed upwards by the water. A contestant enters a chamber that is full of sand, with wooden bars blocking the way.
The contestant must slide under holes in the bottom of the bars. The contestant must then use boxes also pushed under the holes to reach the key.
In the later series with Jodie Penfold, the rooms included snakes and spiders with the sand. Two male contestants enter the cell.
The key here is locked into a timber block that they will have to cut, using a 2-way saw provided, to release the key. The saw is suspended from the ceiling and is weighed down by two 40 kilo counterweights, which makes handling it very difficult.
On the ceiling of the room are many keys. The contestant has to use these keys to try to open a wooden box which has three locks on it.
Each lock requires a different key. The drawback is that the ceiling is continually lowering. This game is rarely completed as the players often forget to try each key for each lock, or lose concentration due to fear of the shrinking room.
As of , this game is played for a clue and also features a large snake and a smaller number of keys, but the keys have to be guided along tracks running on the ceiling to free them.
This game is very difficult and usually resulted in a lock-in. The test was done with the rules of the red hourglass in the French version beyond the time of the hourglass, the contestant is not a prisoner but time is deducted from the overall game time.
In the room is a spinning, square-shaped tube on the right mechanism on the left. The contestant must go through the tube, pick up the plates, go back through the tube, and slide them through the mechanism which causes plates on the other end of the tube to come out.
This must be repeated until the key is found. A similar game called Drawers was present on the fort between and The current version was removed in and replaced by a new game, the Haunted Manor.
Two contestants enter the cell and place themselves in a giant drum 'washing machine'. They run in the drum, like a hamster on a wheel, so water can fill a nearby tube which contains the key.
Foam and water sometimes pours into the drum. Obviously if the running stops, the water does too. They need to run fast enough so that the water flows continuously and the key has time to rise to the top.
The key is attached to a string inside a narrow chamber. A contestant is locked into stocks, and must use only his or her head to pull the key through the chamber and into a tunnel, where the other contestants collect it.
The chamber is full of creatures such as scorpions, spiders, maggots and millipedes. If they fail to get the key, they therefore cannot be released and then become a prisoner.
The key is rotating on a fan on the ceiling of the room. Against the wall is a wedge-shaped rock wall that the contestant must climb.
The catch is that the rock wall sways freely and if the contestant loses his or her balance, the wall will fall to one side, usually knocking the contestant off and requiring him or her to start again.
Strung high across the Fort are two ropes, one higher than the other. The contender must walk across the bottom rope, whilst holding onto the top one.
At the other end they find a key, which they must then take back across the commando ropes so that their team can open the box which holds the clue word.
From , this challenge can use the format of a duel. A contestant competes against a gymnast only in , and must move along a rope bridge, grab a sack with a key attached, and move back along the bridge.
Then, using the key, the contestant must unlock a box and retrieve a code before the gymnast destroys it. The code will enable the team to retrieve the key.
This game is also played as a duel in Ultimate Challenge and other versions. The contestant climbs through the cell window where, on the outside wall of the Fort, there is a row of very thin ledges.
The player has to climb along these to the next window, grab the key, and shuffle back again. This game is also played as a duel in Ultimate Challenge and only present in the foreign versions.
The contestant is placed on one side of the table, on the other side there is the 'Fort Wizard'.
On the table there is a white circle drawn and two handprints. The contestant must place his hands on the prints, while the magician places the key on the circle.
But the key is hanging on a ribbon held by the magician. The contestant should therefore try to catch the key before the magician pulls.
There are two locations on the table that the Wizard uses randomly during the test. When the contestant gets the key, they can exit the cell.
The contestant is given a fishing pole and must climb atop a cage of tigers and hook a key, pull it out of the holder, and retrieve it.
The game is still played against the clepsdyre and the contestant can be locked in the cage. Unfortunately, the key may fall into the tiger cage and be irretrievable.
Since , it is present in the foreign versions only, but not Ultimate Challenge for safety reasons. The contestant has to traverse a seriesof ropes, rings, bars, and ladders attached to the ceiling to reach the key.
As of , however, when the contestant enters the room, a gate locks shut behind them that can only be unlocked with the key; if the contestant does not acquire the key and exit the cell within the time limit, they are automatically locked in.
In the cell, the female contestant has to climb onto the male contestant's back and grab the baton which hangs from the ceiling.
Then, using this tool, she must bang the white latches on the ceiling boxes to open them. There are various things in each box, such as flour and gunge, but from one box a key falls.
Also played as a duel. At the top of a long perspex tube that winds up to the ceiling is the key. The contestant has to crawl up, grab the key and then slide back down.
The contestant has to unscrew a panel to get to the key, whilst avoiding the revolving paddles of the turnstile. In —99 there was also a metal grid, which meant the contestant had to run forwards, but that was changed in for safety reasons.
The turnstile was removed in and the cell was taken by The Library, which has returned after a year absence.
One contestant lies atop a plastic "hammock" and has to balance while the other team member turns a crank to raise the hammock.
Once the hammock is high enough, the person on the hammock can reach the key when a lever is pulled by the one turning the crank.
This test is probably one of the games that has generated the most prisoners, due to its extreme difficulty. A wall stands the length of the cell.
The contestant must move forward on this ledge, using the ceiling to help them, to retrieve the key that is at the end of it.
Once the key is recovered, he or she must come back the same way, taking care not to fall from the ledge and risk getting locked in.
If the contestant falls from the ledge it is near impossible to exit the cell. In , a variation of the game was made so the contestant could easily exit the cell.
A two player version was also created in , but removed in when the original game returned in the same cell A contestant is harnessed to the inner walls of the fort.
The rest of the team must pull the rope attached to the contestant all the way down to the ground and release it sending the one in the harness flying upwards.
Meanwhile, they have to break a balloon containing the number code using a stick given before the challenge. This number code must be used to unlock the box containing the clue scroll.
A contestant must first lower the net of the plaice then join floating buoys. He must go from buoy to buoy to find on which the clue is indicated.
One person is strapped into the Fort's giant swing, which is hung at a right angle to the inside Fort wall. The rest of the team pulls on a heavy rope, which moves the swing back and forth.
The clue is hanging so that the swing must be horizontal in order for the contestant to grab it. The person in the swing seat has no control, so even if they want to stop, they can't unless their team lets them.
In the centre of the Fort sits the contestant, attached to bungee cords. Another member of the team stands with an axe, while the rest of the team turns a wheel which takes the strain of the bungee.
The person with the axe then has to cut the rope, which catapults the contestant up into the air. The contestant has to look out for the clue word, which is written on a large blackboard somewhere on the top of the Fort.
Since , instead of a clue word, the contestant has to look out for a 4 digit code, which is written on a large blackboard somewhere on the top of the Fort.
The team then have to unlock a box with the code to get the clue canister. This game was replaced with Balloon Breaker in The game returned in the Halloween Special.
The game is similar, but the contestant is launched by a detonator pressed by another member of the team. Two parallel cables are strung above the 'Treasure Room' at the same location as the Tight Rope game.
The contestant s are roped and use boards to transport themselves to the centre to reach the suspended key or canister hanging from above. In the duel format, the contestant s must then return to their platform, unscrew the canister using a tool and read out the code for the key box.
The contestant moves along a traverse using a chain pulley. In turn they reach three keys, which they must collect. Every time they take a key, one of the chains holding them up collapses, so that by the end they are hanging vertically.
Once at the end of the traverse, they have to open a box with one of the keys, and get the clue. The contestant is strapped into a frame which is attached to a giant clockwork mechanism.
When they squeeze the top of the frame, it spins around, and traverses downwards. The contestant has to spin down to a key, pick it up and throw it down to their teammates who open a safe which contains the clue word.
The player must go through a series of chambers, which are in complete darkness, and follow a string and the other players' directions with the use of a map to reach the end.
Along the way, the contestant goes through some water, coal, a skeleton, and such features to eventually meet a room filled with light by a flame held by a naked person of the gender opposite to the player.
The clue is written somewhere on the person's body, but some players miss the word due to the multiple tattoo-like prints also on the body. Although the genitals were never in view, when Fort Boyard was aired before the watershed , the topless woman's breasts would sometimes be blurred.
In this game the contestant has to traverse the overhead ladder to reach the key or cartridge which is at the other end.
As they get further out, their weight pulls the ladder down. This will create an email alert. Televisions similar to or like Fort Boyard game show. See more.
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