One of the board games inspired by Doyle's works was 221b Baker Street by Gibson's Games.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's stories have been adapted countless times over the years, but the original stories spanned from 1880 until about 1914 (four novels and about 56 short stories).

Sherlock Holmes films have been made almost yearly after the first was made in 1900. Sherlock Holmes Baffled was a one-reel film lasting less than a minute. More modernly, Robert Downey Jr. played Holmes in Sherlock Holmes (2009) directed by Guy Ritchie.
Along with many films, there have been a lot of TV shows made over the years based on Doyle's works. BBC's latest series, Sherlock, stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Holmes and Martin Freeman as his partner, Dr. John Watson. In the United States, Elementary airs on CBS starring Johnny Lee Miller as Holmes and Lucy Liu as Dr. Joan Watson.
Furthermore, many radio shows, comic books, a short-lived comic strip, stage productions, video games and even music ("Sherlock Holmes" by Sparks [1982]) have been based off of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's original stories.
Sherlok Kholms (2013) airs on Russia-1.