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Jeopardy! Sports Edition

Jeopardy! Sports Edition (GB) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy
Genre: Casual (Quiz)
Developer: Data Design Interactive

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Reader Reviews

Jeopardy! Sports Edition review

Reviewed July 11, 2002

ratking says: "Usually Jeopardy games become old fast, and even worse when it is on a portable system, with little to no ability to play two players. Sure you can stick to people on the same gameboy, but that gets annoying fast. Also you have to type in the answers by clicking each key which makes this game long and a hassle. However it redeems itself with it's tough but possible answers. This game is strange, that in most aspects it seems bad, and yet it comes off as an entertaining experience. "
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