You Don't Know Jack
Questions test both classical book-smarts and pop-culture awareness, forcing you to combine these opposing forces and choose a correct answer.
You Don't Know Jack Volume 2
You Don't Know Jack Volume 2 brings back everything that was exciting and fun about the original.
You Don't Know Jack: Sports
I'm pleased to report that they've truly hit the long ball once again.
You Don't Know Jack: Movies
In addition to creating a plethora of wacky questions pertaining to film, the producers have also given this version a movie motif.
You Don't Know Jack: Volume 4 - The Ride
Arguably the best You Don't Know Jack since the original.
You Don't Know Jack: Volume 3
Veterans of the You Don't Know Jack series will be instantly at home with the gameplay.
You Don't Know Jack (2011)
The classic smart-aleck quiz show game challenges players to answer trivia questions laced with jokes and pop culture references.
You Don't Know Jack: 5th Dementia
It's an excellent party game, but unlike its predecessors, its online play component also makes it ideal even when other people aren't at home.
Trivia Machine is a fast-paced, multiple choice trivia game with more than 7,000 questions, online scoreboards, and an element of strategy.
The Guy Game
If you're up for a little bit of trivia with a dirty sense of humor and you have three like-minded friends, The Guy Game won't let you down.
Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader: Make the Grade
Find out if you are Smarter Than A 5th Grader in this game based on the hit television show.
Ripley's Believe It or Not! (2001)
The game's combination of off-the-wall facts and bizarre photos is a welcome addition to the party trivia genre.
You Don't Know Jack 6: The Lost Gold
You may be disappointed at how it refuses to deviate from the series' formula, but as with the other games, you'll still probably get a kick out of the questions.
If you can get past the lackluster presentation, irritating pauses, and low-quality video, you may find Jeopardy! 2003 to be a surprisingly challenging and enjoyable pastime.
Wheel of Fortune 2003
It's a faithful and occasionally challenging adaptation of the game show, though it's doubtful that many players will get excited about winning imaginary money and prizes.
The $100,000 Pyramid
Sierra's PC adaptation of The $100,000 Pyramid seeks to recapture the heyday of television game shows, yet only as a four-player party game is it successful.
Wheel of Fortune Deluxe
Wheel of Fortune Deluxe lets you step up to the big wheel to try your luck at more than 2,000 word puzzles.
Who Wants to be a Millionaire? (2008)
Perhaps like Regis Philbin himself, the game appreciates its own mediocrity, but it executes its blandness extremely well.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire 2nd Edition
Who Wants to be A Millionaire doesn't have a terribly large bank of questions to choose from, and you'll probably start to recognize a few questions after only three or ...
Jeopardy! Deluxe brings the familiar answer-and-question formula of the popular game show to your PC in casual form.
The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Trivia Challenge
The Worst Case Scenario Survival Trivia Challenge is easy to learn and play, and it will entertain you for 10 or 15 minutes at a time.
Wheel of Fortune (1987)
With all the elements that makes Wheel of Fortune so popular on TV, this game will let up to three people play at once.
Sci-Fi Channel Trivia Game
Perhaps in the future BPMC will expend more energy on gameplay and less on frills, finally giving this niche the treatment it deserves.