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Jeopardy! Junior Edition

Jeopardy! Junior Edition (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Genre: Casual (Quiz)
Developer: Rare

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10/??/1989
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Reader Reviews

Jeopardy! Junior Edition review

Reviewed September 16, 2005

psychopenguin says: "We all have seen the game show Jeopardy at least one time in our lives. It's one of the best game shows to watch on television, because it puts your brains to the test, and you can play along with the people on the game show. Some fools decided to come along and port this experience onto the NES, just because everything in the history of the world had to be ported onto the NES. I'm surprised we didn't see a game based off Christopher Columbus where you go around killing ice cream store owners an..."
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