If you've never heard of Jeopardy, you might as well get to know it. Jeopardy has been gracing TV screens since 1984, and hasn't stopped since. It's a game where you have the answers, but you have to give the questions. For example, "It's a fancy 5 letter word for 12" and you would ask "What is a dozen?" Simple, right? Not usually. The answers can be hard to decipher. I've found that the Nintendo versions of Jeopardy are easier, especially Jeopardy Junior Edition for NES.
Question the answers to win money. If you question an answer correctly, you get the money amount on the screen you picked. Make an incorrect response and you will lose money. Also, keep in mind that there are Daily Doubles, 1 in the Jeopardy round, 2 in Double Jeopardy, and you can risk any amount of money not exceeding your total with a minimum of $500 in the first round and $1000 in the second round, and you alone can respond to the clue. Then the 3rd round, Final Jeopardy, everyone will wager an amount not exceeding their total and not going lower than $0. The man or woman with the most money at the end of the game wins.
|A Button||Select letters, options, Ring-in|
|B Button||Delete letter, Ring-in|
|C Button||Continue, Choose new categories, Ring-in|
|Start Button||Go to game setup from menu|
|If you hate the categories...|
|You can switch them by hitting the C button before the game starts.|