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- Compete with new and veteran players online or locally with these two iconic game shows.
- Play Authentic wheel of Fortune rounds, or get your word-solving fix in a jiff with quick mode.
- Win special wheel of Fortune prizes, like trips to exotic locations and gift cards.
- Play Jeopardy! solo, online, or offline with up to two friends to show Off your vast knowledge.
- Flex your encyclopedic Brain in three different Jeopardy! game modes: Career, family and quick mode.
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Bring your family and friends together with America's game, wheel of Fortune, the most-watched program on TV, and America's favorite quiz show, Jeopardy! now, for the first time in full HD, you can test your reflexes, show off your smarts, and experience the thrill of these classic shows with friends and family at home or with thousands of active players online.
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Wheel of Fortune isn't bad. It tries to emulate the show experience, features Jim Thornton as announcer, and maybe the worst VO guy as host. Most sound effects are there, and it plays very Season 34 like. Wheel physics are quite good, and beside bad player models, the board/wheel look great (minus the fact that no Wheel wedges are animated - like Free Play or Express). There's unnecessary lounge style music that plays during turns, and weird sound effects when money gets added to your bank. Also absent is the buzzer when you pick a letter incorrectly, Mr. Bad Host just tells you no. There's a quick game version, and also a family version with easier puzzles. Winning nets you cash that unlocks new sets and decorations for your studio. You can even do mix and match of boards/wheels/and props to create a Vegas Island Hollywood Week.
Jeopardy! - What a mess. Different developer than Wheel. Not really attempting to be the game you see on TV at all, it plays like a high-speed mobile app. You can choose either a regular game, or a quick game, featuring 4 categories with three clues each. All clues are multiple choice. None of the sound effects are like on TV (there's not even the Daily Double noise), and the 'ring in cue' is the board fill sound from the show. Again, there's unlockables, but it's just backgrounds and designs. Female host, no clues are read, but category intros are. This is clearly designed to be played online. Jeopardy! is a total pass and not worth it.
Overall, as a set, I think there's $20 worth of value out of Wheel of Fortune, so buy/download it separately, but Jeopardy! is nothing like it. The 2012 Xbox 360/PS3/Wii U Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy! from Pipeworks are still better games.