Doesn't save high scores. Some of the players you can choose are just too weird.
Based on the long-running TV show, Jeopardy allowed fans to play at home on their NES when it wasn't on TV. It played like the show only players used the control pad to "type" in their answers once they buzzed in to reply. Both Double & Final Jeopardy are included.
The graphics are rather simple-there's no wall of TV monitors like on TV, no fancy stage for the players, not even Alex Trebek! But that's fine because it's all about gameplay. Sounds & effects are minimal but passable, mainly limited to buzzing in and right/wrong answer music. The controls are good in 1 or 2 player games, but it's tougher in 3 player games because 2 players will have to share one controller, and each player has to press a different button in order to buzz in. It would be easier to just plug in a 3rd controller if you have a 4-player ac...