DescriptionYou Don't Know Jack: Volume 6 - "The Lost Gold" is a humorous quiz game. Up to three players have to answer multiple choice questions; a correct answer awards a certain amount of money (depending on the difficulty) . The player with the most amount of money after 13 questions wins. Every correct and false answer is followed by a humorous reply by host Jack. Players can "nail" other players to force them to answer a question - but if the other player actually knows it, it has a negative affect on his points. The game features overall 300 questions (600 in the German version).
There are several additional question types which sometimes have to be played:
- Typing in a word to complete a word series or sentence
- A nonsensical sentence is given and players have to type in the phrase which rhymes to it
- Solving an anagram
- A special question type for one player requires him to match seven words into two categories, e.g. if "Ravioli" is the name of a composer, a noodle or both.
- A certain date, e.g. the birth of Jesus Christ, is given and players have to say if other happenings occurred before it, after it or never
- The last question is always the Jack Attack which plays with associations. So for example the pointer is "Extremes meets" and a term is shown on the center of the screen. Then multiple other terms fly into the screen; one of them is fitting for both the pointer and the given term. If this one appears on screen players have to quickly press a button to receive money - but if they are wrong, they lose it. After the correct answer is given (or no one answers), the next of seven terms is given.
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|7Wolf Magazine||Apr 03, 2004||6 out of 10||60|
|Computer Gaming World (CGW)||May, 2004||40|
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