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ZOOM You Don't Know Jack XL
Sold Out (Win95/98/Me/XP/Mac) (Jewel Case) (KNOWJXLDJ)

Publisher: Berkeley Systems

Trivial Game


Awesome from New Media

Silver - Strategy/Puzzle Game Title from New Media's 1996 Invision Awards

4 1/2 stars from Computer Gaming World

84% from PC Gamer

9 (out of 10) Computer Player

The X-tra Large Irreverent Quiz Show Party Game

You Don't Know Jack X-tra Large is the ultimate party game with over 1200 quiestions. This means 50% more hilarious combinations of classic trivia and pop-culture references to challenge and entertain you for hours on end.

Complete with wall to wall studio sound effects, original music, and a sarcastic host, You Don't Know Jack XL will whisk you from the green room all the way to prime-time at a pace so fast it'll chap your lips. Get the question right and score some cash; get it wrong and pay the price.

You Don't Know Jack X-tra Large is the only game that includes: Gibberish questions, Fiber Optic Field Trips, Jack Attack questions, Don't Be a Wimp buzzer, and Screw Your Neighbor.

Includes over 1200 questions. 800 from You Don't Know Jack and 400 from the You Don't Know Jack Question Pack.

1,2, or 3 players duke it out on one keyboard - no additional equipment required.

Tournament game setting is perfect for parties and social events.

Game play so fast you'll get blisters.

Heart-pounding music ans sound effects.

Warning: This product contains mature content, including suggestive sexual references and language that may not be suitable for children. Besides, they won't get it anyway.


Windows - MPC 2 system or better, 486/33 or better microprocessor, Windows 95 or higher (including Windows XP), 8MB of RAM, 16MB of free hard disk space, video display capable of at least 640x480 resolution with 256 colors, 2x CD-ROM drive (or better), Sound Blaster 16 or compatible multimedia sound card.

Macintosh - 68040-based Macintosh or any PowerPC, System 7.1 or later, 5MB or free RAM, 15MB of free hard disk space, 2x CD-ROM drive (or better), QuickTime 2.1 and Sound Manager 3.1 (both incuded); color monitor capable of at least 640x480 resolution with 256 colors.


New Media, January 29, 1996

"Jack is the first game since Tetris that I've trashed off my desktop out of fear that I'd never get another lick of work done. And it proves you don't need rendered photorealistic texture mapping or actors filmed against blue screens to make a great title. It's a trivia game for one to three players that somehow intertwines subjects like the continental drift with The Brady Bunch with twists like 'Screw Your Neighbor' and 'Don't Be a Wimp.' The developer, Jellyvisions, provides hysterical writing, a great game-show host, classy animation and smooth sound to make a game that's a blast."

Computer Gaming World, February 1996

"...what we've needed is a game that takes this semi-sacred cow of American pop culture and makes burger patties of it. And boy do we get it in You Don't Know Jack, a diamond-sharp satire of every game show you ever watched. It's all there, from the unctuousness of the host to the smarminess of the music and the pressure-molded look of the screen. Everything is Turtle Waxed to a high gloss, right down to the closing credits, which include dead-on skewerings of cereal and toy commercials."

"You Don't Know Jack may displease those who don't enjoy giggly frat-house innuendo, either out of prudishness or maturity...I, however, just love giggly frat-house innuendo and laughed myself sick playing this game. All the game show spoofs 'Saturday Night Live' has ever run and all the hipper-than-thou game shows MTV has concocted wish they were this good. Uh-uh. This is the real thing; they don't know Jack."

Computer Player, July 1996

"...they'll soon be immersed in a thoroughly enjoyable, computer trivia game that has more than 1,200 humility-inducing questions."

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