The first multimedia version of Jeopardy! brings more questions, video clips, and Señior Trebek himself.
A version of MTV’s classic gameshow that’s better than the NES’, but that’s not saying much.
Gametek’s home version of Jeopardy! is limited by a small-ish selection of questions, but is still a pretty great version all around.
Wisdom Tree’s final unlicensed NES game is a lifeless board game with Biblical trivia thrown in (only if you hit the correct space!)
Go for big bucks and no Whammys in a reasonable recreation of the game show, but with awkward, nearly-useless multiplayer.
The show Double Dare came out on Nickelodeon in the late 80s. The basic premise was that two teams of kids played against each other in both physical and mental … Read More