Chaos - It doesn't keep track of who gets how many answers. Doesn't total answers, and find a winner. Doesn't find an overall winner. Round is spelled wrong in the round closing announcement. Doesn't announce overall or final round winners just ends the game. Tosses scores and hints while not running.
Trivia - If round ends close to the 60 second time limit you get the answered question message and then the time expiration message. Tosses Scores and hints while not running.
Uno - There was one, but I can't remember what it was.
Tells wouldn't work. By their very nature, these games all require some form of public display. Besides that I don't know that the logic involved in keeping track of who needs to be sent a tell to update a turn or to spew forth chaos and trivia material would work very well given the network structure.