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- The trivia game with a twist
- You get the answers and have to come up with the questions
- Dozens of categories means there's something for everyone
- 3 to 5 players
- Ages 12 to adult
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Top Customer Reviews
This game is sure to make you say: "Let's make it a True Daily Double!" for years to come!
1- the "clickers" are nothing more then a super version of a snapple cap. meaning it makes the same noise if you press the popped top of a snapple can. which makes it virtually impossible to tell who "buzzed" first.
2- There is a lot of set-up before the game and in between rounds. This game is not for the lazy or impatient of people. You have to set up each money value every time. and as a side note, there is no distinct "final Jeopardy".
the good side to this product is the fact that the questions are fun and challenging, if played in a group it can actually be very entertaining.
The game comes with little clickers for the players, a game board with the categories, dollar amounts, and question/answer sheets, along with play money to amount for your winnings.
The downsides are:
1. The clickers all sound the same, so it is very hard to tell who clicked first. The rules then require a roll of the die to choose who gets to answer.
2. The clues are printed on a sheet that is inserted into the game board. Cardstock dollar tiles are inserted in slots on the front of the game board and removed as players choose which clue they want to answer(question). It is difficult to read the clues since the type is relatively small and they are often partially covered by other dollar tiles.
3. It takes a bit of time to set up each game due to having to insert the dollar tiles individually into the little slots.
4. It requires 3 people or more to play.
An ideal Jeopardy game for us would allow an easier way to tell who rings in first, a way to play with just two players, and faster set-up.
With the above downsides noted, we are happy with this game and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys Jeopardy.
Whoever designed this really didn't check out the final product. The answers on the game board are teeny tiny print that would be readable except for two obstacles:
1- The blue plastic screen that covers them is too dark so three people must struggle to read miniature black letters on a dark blue background.
2- The rounded tops of the dollar amount slides cover up the bottom line of type on longer answers.
For a game aimed at smart people, this is a stupidly designed product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
it is what it says it is. I guess even at my old age, i'm computerized enough to find this old fashioned....but again... they don't mislead you.Published 5 months ago by Pat in Mass
This has become a friend-favorite at board game nights. The questions are the right amount of "random" in a quick-to-play format. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Adam Abed
Excellent game! Bought it for my mothers birthday who is obsessed with Jeopardy and she loves it!Published 22 months ago by Brandon
I like the game, but hate the set up, there must be a better way without all those plastic pieces.Published on July 14, 2014 by C. Braden
I like the game, but it is cheaply made. For better score keeping, download a Jeopardy app for (probably) any tablet.Published on November 2, 2013 by Peter D. Fortin
First of all the print was too small for the average reader. Them at the top, the subjects were written with a blue background, which made it very difficult to read. Read morePublished on September 6, 2013 by Joan O,. Kelly
WELL WORTH THE MONEY AND IT WAS A GREAT VALUE DO NOT REGRET BUYING THIS WILL DEFINATELY DO BUSINESS WITH AGAINPublished on July 5, 2013 by rosie