In the first set of long-form episodes, the stories usually ended with a game segment. These were short, simple games that Oobi played with the audience. From "Video!" onward, the game segments were removed completely. The writers wanted to make the main stories longer and felt that the games would have gotten too repetitive if they kept including them.

In a 2003 press release, Nickelodeon said that the game segments were designed to give the show an interactive component:

"Each themed episode consists of three segments... [including] 'the game' which features an interactive component between Oobi and viewers at home. ... The games teach early math and vocabulary skills and help preschoolers to develop early literacy and logical thinking." (source)

There were eight different types of games, listed here.

List of segments

Game Image Description Episodes
"Guess" Oobi-Uma-Chicken-drawing-game A character draws an object or acts out a scenario a little at a time. The viewers must guess what it is.
"Number" Oobi-Play-Ball-counting-on-Uma A number is given. The characters hold up different numbers, and the viewers must figure out which one is the given number.
"Dance" Oobi-Rainy-Day-rain-dance A character makes up a dance consisting of three moves, normally in conjunction with the theme of the episode. The viewers must repeat each move.
"Stop/Go" Oobi-Dance-Class-game Music plays as the characters and the viewers dance. They must stop dancing when the music is paused.
"Rhyme" Oobi-Make-Art-rhyming-game The characters choose a word and bring out two objects. The viewer must choose the object that rhymes with the chosen word.
"Letter" Oobi-Playdate-Grampu-game A letter is given along with two items, one of which begins with that letter. The viewers must pick which item begins with that letter.
"Remember" Oobi's-Car-game Three items are placed in a certain order, with one being hidden afterwards. The viewers must remember which item is hidden.
"Music" Oobi-Make-Music-game Three musical instruments are displayed. A player creates a sound with one of the instruments and the viewers must guess which instrument is played.
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