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Pepsi Chart Music Quiz is an interactive DVD quiz with activities for one, for two or one to four players. The DVD also contains a 'Spot The Difference' competition in which the player could win a meeting with one of their favourite pop star's, this closed on Jan 31st 2003. Inside the case is a three panel foldout that is the game's manual, a DVD registration postcard and a competition entry postcard.

The game starts with a fast paced video sequence leading to the main menu, from here the player can access a competition, profiles of forty pop stars, or play either a missing link game or the main game.
  • The competition consists spot the difference boards, each board show two versions of the same picture of a pop star or group with three differences on the right hand picture. There are ten boards to work through and at the end the player is given a code word which they put onto the entry form.
  • Missing Link: Here the player is presented with two rows of three pictures. The top row has pictures of pop band members but the central picture is blank. The bottom row has three pictures of pop stars from which player has to select a picture that completes the band line-up in the top row.
  • Pop Profiles: This is not a game, it's information on pop stars and groups of the time. Did you know that Atomic Kitten featured in the 2002 Avon catalogue or that Shakira speaks three languages?
  • The Game: There are three games to play on the game menu;
    • Race To The Top: This is a two player/team game. The players start at position forty in the charts and answer questions aiming to be the first to reach 'Number One'. There are seven different question categories Famous Face; Observation; Memory; Photo Fit; Close Up; In The Picture and Guess Who plus a 'Chance' category making eight question types in all.
      Each question has three parts and the player must get all three answers correct to advance up the chart, an Easy question will move the player one position, a Medium question is worth two places while a Hard question is worth three. The first part of the three of the question is always a picture, a typical question set would be something like
      • Part 1: Identify this star
      • Part 2: What was their debut album called?
      • Part 3: Which of these songs was a hit for them?

    • Top 10 Challenge: This is the single player version of 'Race To The Top'. Again there are three levels of difficulty and all questions are in three parts, the difference here is that the player has to climb just ten places and one mistake ends the game.
    • Pepsi Chart Music Quiz: This is also the same format as 'Race To The Top' where teams start at the bottom of the Top 40 and race to the top. The variation here is that players/teams have three lives and when they are gone they are out of the game.

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Pepsi Chart Music Quiz: Play The World's First Pop Music Quiz On DVD DVD Player The Competition: This is the first of ten 'Spot The Difference' screens, there are three differences between the pictures.
Pepsi Chart Music Quiz: Play The World's First Pop Music Quiz On DVD DVD Player The Competition: These were the prizes
Pepsi Chart Music Quiz: Play The World's First Pop Music Quiz On DVD DVD Player Race To The Top: When a player gets a question wrong or when they've answered all three sub questions correctly their turn ends
Pepsi Chart Music Quiz: Play The World's First Pop Music Quiz On DVD DVD Player Race To The Top: A typical Observation question on the Easy setting

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piltdown_man (151727) added Pepsi Chart Music Quiz: Play The World's First Pop Music Quiz On DVD (DVD Player) on Sep 03, 2017