I've played YDKJ before, and the three way questions seem accessible.  
I've played it. I think the only thing that isn't accessible is the  
Jack Attack.
On Aug 11, 2008, at 1:31 PM, Bryan Peterson wrote:

> I can't remember if I've ever posted something like this here, but  
> if I have I apologize. But recently I got to thinking about the You  
> Don't Know Jack computer games and how cool it would be to see  
> something like those games made for the AG market. For those who  
> aren't familiar, You Don't Know Jack is a game that simulates a TV  
> game show. Most of the games allowed as many as three players to  
> play simultaneously, in either a seven-question minigame or a twenty- 
> one question tournament game. The way the game works is that the  
> players select from a choice of three categories, then the host, who  
> never actually appears onscreen, reads a question pertaining to that  
> category. The categories usually have humorous names and the  
> questions themselves are generally worded and read in a humorous  
> manner. Each question is also worth a certain amount of money. The  
> first player to buzz in gets the chance to answer the question,  
> losing money if they get it wrong or gaining money if they get it  
> right. The one with the correct answer also gets to select from the  
> next set of categories, which is different with each question. The  
> host is usually a wisecracker who leaves the players with no  
> illusions as to what he thinks of their performance.
>  There were also quite a few other different types of questions in  
> the game besides the multiple choice question. Some required you to  
> actually type your response, others had you getting seven names or  
> objects and then two categories. Your goal was then to determine  
> whether each of the seven names fell into one of the two categories,  
> the other or, in some cases, both. Only one player participates in  
> those questions. There was also the three-way question, in which all  
> three playersplay at once. In this type of question you're given a  
> main category, then three possible choices. Then various questions  
> appear on screen, each question pertaining to one of the three  
> choices. For example you'd have three choices, Kirk, Spock and  
> McCoy. You might get the question Known as Bones? So you'd buzz in  
> when McCoy was lit up. This round continued until one layer answered  
> a certain number of questions (usually seven), or until the time  
> limit ran out.
>  The final round is generally called the Jack Attack, and all  
> players play simultaneously. Here, you're given a clue, then a bunch  
> of questions pertaining to it. Then various possible answers will  
> flash onscreen and you have to buzz in. The usual principle applies.  
> You get money for each right answer and lose for each wrong one. The  
> game ends either when one player gets seven correct responses or if  
> they take too long to finish the puzzle. Then the player with the  
> most money is crowned the winner while the loser gets ridiculed by  
> the host and the audience chants You don't know jack!
>  The games were for the most part very accessible, with the  
> exceptions of the three-way and Jack Attack questions. But I got to  
> thinking it'd be neat if we got a fully accessible game in the same  
> style. The closest character to the YDKJ host we have in the Audio  
> Games market aside from Liam handing out trophies in Judgment Day,  
> is Bow Linball from Ten Pin Alley. But as a fan of most of the YDK  
> games I'd love to see something similar in the AG market and I'm  
> curious to see what other folks think.
> Time is an illusion, lunchtime doubly so.
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