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1. You Don't Know Jack Jumbo
$59.95 list($19.99)
2. You Don't Know Jack Vol. 4 - The
$44.95 list($19.99)
3. You Don't Know Jack Vol. 5 - Offline
$19.39
4. You Don't Know Jack 5th Dementia
$8.00
5. You Don't Know Jack Vol 3
$99.95
6. You Don't Know Jack: Louder! Faster!
$5.30
7. You Don't Know Jack TV
$18.59
8. You Don't Know Jack Pack
$55.98
9. You Don't Know Jack XXXL
10. You Don't Know Jack 2001
11. You Don't Know Jack Snack Pack

1. You Don't Know Jack Jumbo
by Vivendi Universal

Asin: B00001IVUB
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Vivendi Universal
Sales Rank: 6625
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

"Jumbolicious"--that's Jellyvision's entirely accurate and adequate one-word description of this uber-collection of You Don't Know JACK, their award-winning, cake-taking, mega-popular trivia game. JACK Jumbo is the natural evolutionary descendant of previous JACK packs (JACK Huge, The Irreverent Collection, etc.), but this one towers over its predecessors, boasting over 4200 questions in all. This super-size JACK comes equipped with five separate games: YDKJ volumes one through three (each weighing in at 800 questions), YDKJ: The Ride (800 questions), and YDKJ Offline (1000 questions).

The first three volumes are straightforward fare, certainly familiar to anyone who's seen or played YDKJ: you're convincingly immersed in a hip, TV-style game show, buzzing in (by yourself or with up to two other players) to answer questions for cash. As with all the JACK titles, it's not so much the idea of the game (trivia) as the incredible production values and the in-your-face, often laugh-out-loud delivery that makes the game such a kick in the pants.

YDKJ: The Ride makes a slight departure from the game show motif (no green room!), as contestants travel through different "floors" answering questions, but adds the nice touch of having hosts from all the previous installments come back to make guest appearances. YDKJ Offline--as you might have guessed--is the offline version of the popular JACK the netshow.

An excellent value, YDKJ Jumbo comes through with a heavy dose of JACK style, perfect for die-hard JACK fans or anyone looking for a lot of laughs and massive replay value. --Paul Hughes

Pros:

  • All the fun and insanity of YDKJ in one neat package
  • Tons of questions--game holds up well to repeat play
  • Great for both JACK fans and those who don't know JACK
Cons:
  • Some players may be turned off by YDKJ's wit
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Reviews (13)

5-0 out of 5 stars Just get YDKJ 4 The Ride
I'm a big fan of you don't know jack, so i got this jumbo thing. I would highly recommend it. Great game, very witty, and fun for parties or grilling your friends to see who is "better" in general. My fav edition is 4 "The ride". IF you only buy one, get this one

4-0 out of 5 stars buy it buy it
these are the five best ydkj games. they were the first that i bought.i like 3, the ride, and offline better than 1 or 2 but theyre good to have anyway.i;ve sat in front of m computer for hours playing and laughing at the hilarious questions.

5-0 out of 5 stars JUMBO
You Don't Know Jack Jumbo contains V1 V2 V3 V4 and the all new offline V1 The game that started it all. V2 The sequel to the award winning party game. V3 New question types like impossible super audio etc. V4 The Ride the exciting JACK game Offline 1000 questions and ... about a question question. These games can (and will!) make you LOL. Warning. Rated T.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent!
I love the 'You Don't Know Jack' games, and this has 5 of the best of them all together!The games are full of so much great sarcasm and they are a ton of fun! My friends and I love the questions and they build our uselessinfo knowledge! What could be better? These games are definately a bigplus!

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best party games ever!
the most fun I've had on the computer. The thing that gets to you is howits totally non-repetitive. The dialog is seamless unlike many sports games("forsberg SHOOTS! he SCORES what a great WRIST SHOT") Tons ofuseless information great for conversations. Dozens of play modesthroughout each version will definitally keep you playing. Another funaspect is the hidden stuff. New play modes, jokes and tricks pop up everyso often(Question: you know what would be really good right about now?Answers: A. Hot Dog B. Taco C. Pizza D. Nachos). I can reccomend this foranyone who wont mind simulated insults and the occasional adult themedquestion. Its also a great value. Buying all the games seperately(if youcan find them) would exceed this price by far. A nearly perfectcompillation! ... Read more


2. You Don't Know Jack Vol. 4 - The Ride
by Vivendi Universal
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00001IVUO
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Vivendi Universal
Sales Rank: 2104
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The fourth volume of the award-winning party game tests your trivia knowledge through an onscreen game show. You Don't Know Jack allows one, two, or three players to battle wits, and Volume 4: The Ride includes 800 new questions and four new question types. (Ages 13 and older) ... Read more

Reviews (16)

1-0 out of 5 stars dont buy this game
This game was so vulgar.Very inappropriate.I thought it was a trivia game but all they do is call you names and say bad words.Don't waste your money.

5-0 out of 5 stars YDKJ, Revemped.
Some people thought that this would be the same Jack Game as all the others, one host and categories.But they were dead wrong.This YDKJ changed the entire universe of the game forever.New Question types include Roadkill, Jack Bingo, and a new way to screw your neighbor called FlakJack.Nate, Guy, Cookie, and Schmitty all host it at some point.Buzz is limited to being sent to the bottom countless times.Every game starts off with a Moral Dilemma question that whisked you to different episode "floors" in some Jack-topian high-rise.It's about as tall as the Empire State Building.The Jack Trivia Buiding, who ever thought of that?

Instead of just choosing a category, you now choose the VALUE, that's right, you heard correctly, of the question.It's the best jack ever!Ever!

5-0 out of 5 stars I wish I could give this six stars
Man, this is the best YDKJ game ever!I own vols. 1-3, YDKJ TV, Movies, and YDKJ Netshow and needless to say, The Ride beats em' all!I love the new features such as "Roadkill" and "Bingo."Hosts Cookie and Schmitty are my faves!The game's hilarity ensues further when Buzz (host of YDKJ vol.2) tries to make his way to the top to host the show.I'm looking forward to more YDKJ products in the future.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fast-Paced Awesome Game!
This Game Is GREAT! This Fast-Paced Game Has New Features Like B-I-N-G-O, Road Kill And More. Has Hosts The Can Take Over The Game In The Beginning (Every Like 16 Games). You've Gotta Play This Game!

5-0 out of 5 stars Fast-Paced Awesome Game!
This Game Is GREAT! This Fast-Paced Game Has New Features Like B-I-N-G-O, Road Kill And More. Has Hosts The Can Take Over The Game In The Beginning (Every Like 16 Games). You've Gotta Play This Game! ... Read more


3. You Don't Know Jack Vol. 5 - Offline
by Vivendi Universal
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00001JTEW
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Vivendi Universal
Sales Rank: 2000
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The moderator of You Don't Know Jack might be the only game show host in the history of celebrity judges, buzzers, and door-number-fours to consistently insult the contestants. (Well, maybe Bob Eubanks on a really bad day.) But Jack gets away with it--plus a whole lot of stuff that Bob Barker has only dreamed of--in a Gen-X answer to the typical trivia game format.

There's a lot to be said for earlier incarnations of Jack, including the original moderator (newer voices seem to be doing a derivative imitation) and sparse graphics that seemed retrocool in a You Bet Your Life 1950's fashion. But You Don't Know Jack--Offline offers Internet connectivity as well as Wired Magazine/Matrix-influenced screen decor.

Aesthetics aside, the brilliance of the game is its intersection of pop-culture history--movie and television characters, primarily--with textbook knowledge. Questions are put through the Jack blender until a quiz emerges that includes particle physics and Starsky & Hutch. Because of the clever (and prevalent) double entendres, You Don't Know Jack--Offline isn't appropriate family fare. Instead, pick up a copy for your favorite procrastinating graduate school student. They might not finish their doctoral thesis, but their life will never be the same. --Jennifer Buckendorff ... Read more

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Recycled Jack, Needs a little work
YDKJOL isn't a bad game. It has more questions then the previous games in the durable PC series, The best host in the game-Cookie-is again at the helm making sure that your quest for game dollars is a sarcastic and smartallecky one, and those phoney commercials at the end of the game as alwaysare gold.So why not 5 stars?Well this game has got some flaws, but theyall mostly fall in the same catagory.One is that it takes away from game4, THE RIDE format, which in my opinion was the best.THE RIDE helped withthe looping question problem as well as the possiblity that anyone can winnear the end, unlike others where it is sometimes pretty obvious.Butsince this game supposed to be best of the netshow game, it wasunavoidable.The biggest flaw is the extreme re-use fo older jokes, musicand sound bites from previous games, particularly game 3.Offline was theframe to hold the new questions on, for those who do not get the netshow,but I guess the jokes and sound slipped off the side.Regardless, Offlineis not a bad game, it is YDKJ, it is still a blast, and if you haven'tplayed any of the games, it's a good place to start, and veterans will morethen likely want it too.Those veterans however aren't going to findanything exciting or new, with the exception of the new Pissed About aQuestion feature, a slightly new question type in which angry players whovented to the company with their frustrations get well, vented back.Overall, a good game, but it could have been better. ... Read more


4. You Don't Know Jack 5th Dementia
by Vivendi Universal

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Asin: B00004Y2MQ
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Vivendi Universal
Sales Rank: 6297
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Welcome to the 5th Dementia, where hilarity is the only law. You Don't Know Jack offers award-winning, lightning-fast, sarcastic trivia mayhem. Witness repeated collisions of high culture and pop culture as you're blasted into the 5th Dementia. Play by yourself, or play against opponents at the same PC or online. The game features 600 all-new questions; themed episodes, such as Clichés; the ability to play against friends at home, find your opponents online, or enjoy the game by yourself; and brand-new question types. Setup and play is easy, making it an excellent party game. ... Read more

Reviews (15)

3-0 out of 5 stars A GOOD ol' game of You Dont Know Jack
This edition of "You Don't Know JAck" is very different from the other installments. In my opinion the 5th Dementia is no - way as much fun as the 4th volume (The Ride). The one very cool feature of this game is that it allows you to play online. Good luck though finding people, becuase its not everyday someone plays this game anymore. I suggest that this game is worth your [money] and I'm sure you'll love the hilarious humor used throughout the game.

3-0 out of 5 stars SO-SO
This game is so-so. Their is one new game called Bug-Out. It's funnest one that's in this game. And you even get real photo's of who you are(I had to be an old man).

5-0 out of 5 stars You dont know jack - the ride
The Ride is probably the best of the YDKJ series. I have played everyone of the games since they came out years ago. And hands down the Ride is the most hillarious one yet. I would like to see more questions on the others and more knee slappin' comedy. I can't wait for another YDKJ to come out that is as funny as the Ride, with the same or simalar game play.

5-0 out of 5 stars Dementia Fever
YDKJ Dementia is the best game of all time. Unlike YDKJ mock 2 on playstation, YDKJ has the same Mock 2 questions, but the different things may apply. The Bug Out questions made me better, the gibberish questions made me smarter, and the Anagram question made me blow up. Before each question, any value between $250 and $10,000 is the value of the question, and Schmitty, he's funnier than Cookie. YDKJ Rocks!

1-0 out of 5 stars Someone Doesn't Know Jack...think it's Sierra
Sierra offers little if any help on fixing the compatibility issue for YDKJ5 and Windows XP.

If you want a good laugh, compare their solution to the one Microsoft provides.You don't need a keen eye to notice that one of the tech support people cut and paste from their website, of course leaving out the key phrase "This behavior is by design."Beware XP users! ... Read more


5. You Don't Know Jack Vol 3
by Vivendi Universal

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Asin: B00004TR4A
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Vivendi Universal
Sales Rank: 6007
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars ARE YOU READY FOR THE JACK ATTACK?
Aside from The Sims and Who Wants To Be a Millionaire You Don't Know Jack is my third favorite computer game and is one of the the two games in the YDKJ series which I own and the reason I like it is because it's real silly and is a good game to cheer you up when you're down.In this version you'll meet the very silly and sometimes rude host Cookie who always has a teasing word to say about you when you get a question right and the White Rabbitish floor manager Raul who always will try to make you hurry up and type your name so the show can start but if you do not they will make up a name for you {such as Doris A Jar}. Also new to this version is a round called Three Way in which you have to link seven names in which the category represents and the tough yet hard Impossible question where 20,000 points can be yours only if you get the answer right.Plus let's not forget the classic Dis or Dat Round and the final battle known as the Jack Attack which is similar to Dis Or Dat and the impotant Gibberish Question which is hard for me,
So are you ready for the Jack Attack?
Find out when you play You Don't Know Jack,
I would also like to recommend Head Rush which is also made by Jellyvision for more fun

5-0 out of 5 stars trivia Blast!
For trivia fans everywhere, Jack is a refreshing slap in the face.The catagories are wickedly funny, the format is adorable and the breadth of topics is satisfyingly gluttonous.Rosie has nothing on Jack.I currently own YDKJ, YDKJ vol. 2, YDKJ 3, YDKJ the ride and YDKJ Offline.....and can't wait to get my itchy fingers on more.The game is dangerously addictive, yet every time Cookie gives me an insult I am eager to keep coming back for more.Those who appreciate trivia for trivia's sake will bask in the glow from Jack's screen.

5-0 out of 5 stars JACK V3
The 3rd Game in the JACK series was a big success. With Super Audio and Impossible Impossible Questions.V3 might make game of the year.It is rated T.But I still play it.You Don't Know Jack Volume 3 has 800 questions and is hosted by Cookie Masterson.Who used to be Stage Manager.He's also got a different voice.Once again, the show where high cultureand pop culture collidemakes you Laugh out Loud. 1 to 3 players can play. The Impossible Questions are worth 20,000 dollors. That is a lot! You Don't Know Jack Strikes again with Volume 3.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good, Funny, And Entertaing!
This is a great CD for parties, and just for fun, but it does has innopropriate things, and kids would not get the question, so it is mostly for adults. This is a very good trivia game for adults. It can beentertaining in a fun way. Also, what Jack sayd might be funny sometimes,and the questions might be a little wierd, but funny. This might never getboring because they never give the same questions, they never give the samesubjects, and they also have fun, extra bonus rounds. This is a great gamefor responsible 20 through 30 year olds. This might offend people becauseof it's innopropriate use, but it can be fun! If you really want anentertaining, fun, funny, and great software game for this summer you'vegotta get this! ... Read more


6. You Don't Know Jack: Louder! Faster! Funnier!
by Vivendi Universal

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Asin: B00004RJXH
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Vivendi Universal
Sales Rank: 6255
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

You Don't Know Jack: Louder! Faster! Funnier! dishes up dozens of episodes from You Don't Know Jack the Netshow, plus a brand-new question type, Wendithap'n. Play the "All Nude!" episode--dress appropriately--and then warm up with a Trivia Pot Pie. Experience 1,000 questions in the trivia showdown where high culture and pop culture collide. ... Read more

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars fun, but stick with original
Fun game.But... "Louder, Faster, Funnier" repeats the same exact games/questions...not too fun.Stick with the first edition/original, it's the best.

5-0 out of 5 stars Louder Faster Funnier.
Sometimes you can never have a YDKJ game without more touch.You want Netshow?Than get Louder,Faster, Funnier!It's got a lot of stuff to get you in the game.There is a new question type.It's also got the funniest question type.(...) about a question question where they take a letter about something wrong with a question and put a question about it.This and offline are like the best.Get them.Or Mic (The bald guy), will get you!This YDKJ game contains 1000 questions from the ever so popular YDKJ Netshow.It is lear that that series is the best trivia games out there.(...)And when you start playing remember this.YOU REALLY DON'T KNOW JACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars A good game, but not much of an improvement
YDKJ L!F!F!is a hilarious, fun, and fast-paced game.However, it isnot much of an improvement over previous JACK games.It is not worthbuying if you already have YDKJ.

4-0 out of 5 stars Jack is Alive, But Slowly Dimming
As a hardcore fan of the You Don't Know Jack series since it's inception almost five years ago, I was pleased to see the Jack gang at Jellyvision took a different turn after suffering from the disappointing Offlineaddition.Almost everything except the familiar format is different andjust as fun as the original version.Jack continues to thrill audienceswith it's irreverent humor and fast paced playing style.The game isgreat, but maybe a different format would give this ditty a top five starrating.

4-0 out of 5 stars Contrary to popular belief I DO know Jack
The newest installment of You Don't Know Jack is indeed a lotof fun.Heck, I play all 9 CDs with an alarming degree of frequency.As the previous comment said, this is very much like the online game, where you choose an overall subject for your game at the beginning. Then you play the game like normal.Well almost normal.In the other games you choose between a 7 and 21 question game while in here you play 15 (the online version does too for those who never played it, neither tell you ahead of time about the change)... Also Schmitty hosts this like he does the netshow (he hasn't hosted on CD since the TV CD and parts of the Ride).Also we have a new person setting up the game for you, Raul has been replaced by Sandy. By the way, for those of you who only play the netshow, all the questions on the netshows are repeats of questions from the other cds so you might care to buy the entire series so you can have fun playing this without needing your internet connection...Enjoy an overall welcome addition to the Jack family. ... Read more


7. You Don't Know Jack TV
by Vivendi Universal

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Asin: B00001IVUC
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Vivendi Universal
Sales Rank: 990
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Put your TV trivia knowledge to the test. YOU DON'T KNOW JACK Television allows one, two, or three people to battle wits using only the keyboard. (Ages 13 and older) ... Read more

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars As Lame as YDKJ Gets!
I am a YDKJ fan, I have been for years.I have to say that the Television and Movies games are lame.You would have to really be a YDKJ addict, as well as an addict of TV shows which are mostly from the 70s and 80s to enjoy this game.I was totally disappointed to see these games after playing the original and The Ride.If you want a fun trivia game, it is YDKJ, but spend your money on one that is worth it- The Ride is tops.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good game
If you love YOU DON'T KNOW JACK like I do, then I am sure you will like this game. It is a little bit harder than the others because it deals solely with TV, but it is fun just the same. It's a challange though, so watch out!

3-0 out of 5 stars YDKJ TV is good... but only "if"
By all means, I love the "You Don't Know Jack" series, but the TV version is a toss-up. Sure, it carries the spunk of all the other YDKJ games, but if you aren't a TV jockey, then you don't stand a chance in this quiz show! If you like funny, off-the-wall (and sometimes crude) quiz games, you MUST look into this franchise! But the TV version? Only buy if you watch too much TV for your own good. Really. Otherwise, do yourself a favor and get one of the other titles. You can't go wrong with "The Ride."

5-0 out of 5 stars TV
Did you think that watching 4 hours of TV a day would be good for nothing? YOU DON'T KNOW JACK! YOU DON'T KNOW JACK TV contains 800 questions about merry TV So if you are a JACK fan+ a TV fan, Get JACK TV!Hosted by Schmitty (Phil Ridalli) Schmistin. Question types: Mutiple-choice Gibberish Dis-or-dat jack attack.

4-0 out of 5 stars passion for trivia
My passion for trivia is only beaten by my passion for internationalcinema. Last night, for the first time, I played "You don't knowjack". Of course a bit hesitant at first I realized these creatorsmade something very well thought out. They have combined humour with a very,complex at times, entaining and well thought out game. It challanges a newportion of the brain. Bravo.bubula@dellnet.com ... Read more


8. You Don't Know Jack Pack
by Vivendi Universal

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Asin: B00001IVWH
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Vivendi Universal
Sales Rank: 7832
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The YOU DON'T KNOW JACK Pack is a collection of three of the most popular JACK titles. One, two, or three players can match their wits while answering TV, movie, and sports trivia using only the keyboard. (Ages 13 and older) ... Read more

Reviews (5)

2-0 out of 5 stars Not even remotely worth the asking price
The only fun I've ever had playing any of the You Don't Know Jack games is in the dead of winter, drunk, and extremely bored. There is NO WAY this set is worth what is being asked for it. I 'might' pay $$$ including S&H if I had cash to burn. Just doing general browsing, I'm noticing that ALL collections of older Sierra games are way way way way way overpriced. Fairly warned be thee says I. You are a fool to pay what is being asked for these Sierra games. It's not like they clean your house or anything else super marvelous. Can anyone explain to me how this 3 game set of old trivia games is worth $$$ ? I just don't get it. But hey! if you want to .... your money, go for it.

5-0 out of 5 stars You Don't Know Jack Pack
The You Don't Know Jack Pack Contains Sports Movies, and Television.Movies: Includes 800 questions about the silver screen. Television is good for people who like TV. Sports talks about hockey, football, and any other sport. So if you don't have the themes, Get The Jack Pack!

5-0 out of 5 stars I loved it!
I bought this pack myself and am now wanting more of them because they are so much fun. The first Jack! games were awesome. These are even better. My family, and friends all like playing this together when we have a party. Weset it up on the monitor in our living room and we have a ball. Greatcompetition. The questions are hilarious. Hope they keep making more.Better than that "millionaire" game.

5-0 out of 5 stars More Jack
This collection is very enjoyable.It contains the 3 THEME discs in the series, but be warned.Just because, they are called "Movies", "Television" and "Sports", doesn't mean they won'tthrow a monkey wrench in the works.I found a "Brady Bunch"question on the Sports Edition (seems most tv series questions, in theentire 9 cd series, happens to be Brady Bunch questions).I bought these 3cds individually, but this box set is a good buy as they are slowly (likeall the other old Jacks) getting discontinued.Get it while you can.As Isaid in my review of the new game "Louder Faster Funnier"thisis the best Trivia game series for pc ever and will probably buy them alluntil they stop making them.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good, but outdated
Similar to all of the other YDKJ products, this one is a real hoot. The only complaint I can come up with is concerning the time period of most of the questions. Being a young whipper-snapper playing these games is quitedifficult, as close to 90% of the questions are before my time. I woulddefinitely recommend this to adults that have a witty sense of humor anddon't mind the sexual innuendo. (Not all content is suitable for kids.)Andmake sure you were born before the 70's or have a vast knowledge of oldersports, movies, and television. ... Read more


9. You Don't Know Jack XXXL
by Vivendi Universal

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Asin: B00001IVUN
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Vivendi Universal
Sales Rank: 8221
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This software package includes three volumes of the award-winning party game that tests your trivia knowledge through an onscreen game show. You Don't Know Jack allows one, two, or three players to battle wits, and the Huge edition ensures hours of nonrepetitive challenges. (Ages 13 and older) ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars JACK HUGE
Oh, my god! Its HUGE! JACK HUGE combines the award-winning Volume 1 Volume 2 and the all-new Volume 3. With 2,400 questions in all, Jack Huge can make 2 days of non-verbal abuse! So if you are a serious JACK fan, (Or want to become one) get a life! Get JACK Huge

5-0 out of 5 stars A new kind of game show for a new age
_You Don't Know Jack_ has risen from a small diversion destined for the discount bin to a cultural phenomenon which rivals Lara Croft.This collection will introduce you to the basics of the series, and give you awealth of questions that will keep you playing for hours.

What makes_Jack_ such a fun experience is not merely that it provides a moderatedgame show environment akin to what one can find on televised game showslike _Jeopardy!_.Rather, it is that it takes the standard TV game showsand turns them on their ears.This is a game show that makes fun of itsown genre--and the American culture which spawned it.In the process, itmanages to be a truly novel offering.Instead of having a standardquestion-and-answer format, the _Jack_ series thrives on throwing you curveballs.Just when you get confident with answering multiple choicequestions, _Jack_ has you actually type the answer (and spelling counts). Or you get a JackAttack (tm) question or a Threesome question, or any oneof the other question styles.

In short, _Jack_ wins through because itis the first game show to be originally designed for and to take advantageof the multimedia potential of home computers. In an age of merchandisingtie-ins from TV and movies, it's refreshing to see publishers attemptsomething unique to the medium--and succeed so fabulously well doing so. ... Read more


10. You Don't Know Jack 2001
by Vivendi Universal

Asin: B00004RJXJ
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Vivendi Universal
Sales Rank: 10378
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

You Don't Know Jack 2001 features two complete games to give you 2,000 questions. The games, You Don't Know Jack Offline and Louder! Faster! Funnier!, offer over 50 hours of nonstop verbal abuse. Look no further for your trivia fix. ... Read more

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars JACK 2001
Did you want Offline? Or Louder, Faster, Funnier? You need You Don't Know Jack 2001.You will get them both.Each including 1000 questions.So if you want the new JACK games on the block, (And i'm not kidding) Get You Don't Know Jack 2001

4-0 out of 5 stars Cool but Different
I really like both CD ROMS. It is very different than the original...more graphics, more choices, and more questions.I did not like the fact that the voices are different from the original version. The new voice justdoesn't work as well.

4-0 out of 5 stars Jack is back
A good buy for both of these games as opposed to buying them indvidually, but if you already have the Jumbo Pack, buy "Louder, Faster, Funnier" separately.Otherwise you'll duplicate "Offline". Still my favorite pc game.I play all 9 cds all the time. ... Read more


11. You Don't Know Jack Snack Pack
by Vivendi Universal

Asin: B00004Y2LK
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Vivendi Universal
Sales Rank: 9930
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • For 1-3 players
  • Contains 4 complete games from the hit You Don't Know Jack series
  • Beat your opponents to the buzzer in the viscious Jack Attack
  • Get questions from celebrities with a Celebrity Collect Call
  • Get trivia questions from ordinary people with the Fiber Optic Field Trip

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5-0 out of 5 stars So funny
This game is awesome. I never laughed so hard. Great concept! You are sure to love it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Healthy mix of trivia viddles from the Jack family
The YOU DON'T KNOW JACK SNACK PACK is an excellent mix of the serie's older, sarcastic trivia games in a great package that will give newcomers a good taste of what JACK has to offer.Inside you get the first game or volume 1, two theme games and THE RIDE, which is an excellent twist on the series.

Volume 1 is a standerd in the Jack series, pick a question and recieve a dollar amount you play for, ring in when you think you know the answer.A right answer gives you game dollars and jokes.Wrong answers lead to loss of money and recieve only ridicule.Not many question variants compared to later games but it's still fun.Play this one first.

YDKJ MOVIES is one of the theme games, it is also the first one to feature my favorite host, Cookie. (Different games have different hosts)YDKJ MOVIES plays much like Volume 1 but with a movie motif.ALL of the questions relate to movies somehow.Don't be surprised if you find yourself a little bewilderd though, JACK MOVIES takes it's questions from almost any period of movie making.Movies like Call Northside 777 and Wait Until Dark, to Scarface and Fargo can be expected to be seen in the game, players who only have a mild knowledge of film will be in over their head.Big fans of movies will have a blast.

YDKJ TV is a lot like the MOVIE game except this time the questions fall into the catagory of TV.Much like MOVIES the game takes it's questions from all walks of TV life and history.Get Smart, Mork and Mindy, Cheers, Simpsons, almost all of them are here.Much like MOVIES, if your not a couch potato, the game won't be easy, but like MOVIES, it is fun.

THE RIDE, is the best game in the JACK family.It gets back to the general trivia format with a new look, attitude and style.Here instead of choosing the question, you choose the dollar amount, amounts can be $356 up to $12146!One question can turn the tide of the game and keep things interesting, (Admitidly, playing a full match of the other games it sometimes gets obvious towards the end who will win, thats different in this game).The RIDE also features all new question types not seen in any other game in the series, and numerous hidden soundbites or easter eggs to discover while you play.THE RIDE rules, and don't stop playing until you reach the fabled bottom.

If your're new to the JACK games, the SNACK PACK is a great way to experience what Jack has to offer. ... Read more


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