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You Don't Know Jack:
Volume 3

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Разработчик:Jellyvision
Издатель:Berkeley Systems
Модель распространения:розничная продажа
Официальный сайт:Открыть
Жанры:Logic (Quiz/Trivia)

Даты выхода игры

вышла в 1997 г.

Hint [ENG]

Информация актуальна для
Basic Gameplay and Hints and Tips
written by Brian L. (brian09@aol.com)

Table Of Contents

I.   About You Don't Know Jack: Volume 3
II.  Game Instructions
III. Question Explanations
          a. Multiple Choice Questions
          b. Type It In Questions
          c. Impossible Question
          d. Special Questions
IV.  Hints and Tips
V.   Voice Actors
VI.  Coming Soon
VII. Thanks

I. About You Don't Know Jack: Volume 3

You Don't Know Jack (called YDKJ from here on in) is a series of trivia
games created by Berkeley Systems and Jellyvision.  It is set up to look
like a game show, and there actually will be a game show version of it
on TV soon.  Although it contains standard trivia fare, its attitude is
what has made it popular.  If you get a question wrong, the host will
not be afraid to insult you.  The host also makes little quips after
every question.  If you've never played it, go out and get it now.

II. Game Instructions

When you start up the game, Raul, the stage manager, will ask you how
many people will be playing the game.  Press 1, 2, or 3, depending on
how many people are playing.  Each person will then be asked to type in
their name.  If you're too slow, a name will be given to you, such as
Bunny Fart, or The Loser.  Then, you will have to decide whether you are
going to play a 7 question game or a 21 question game.  Press A for a 7
question game, and B for a 21 question game.

Raul will then begin telling you about how to play.  (Note: Any of this
information in the game can be skipped by pressing the space bar.)
First, he will tell you what player buzzes in on what key.  The keys
are:

1-Player Game

Player 1: B

2-Player Game

Player 1: Q
Player 2: P

3-Player Game

Player 1: Q
Player 2: B
Player 3: P

Then, he'll tell you the instructions for a standard multiple choice
question.  (My instructions are later in this document.)  After this,
the "show" will start, and you'll meet Cookie, your host.  (Cookie was
the stage manager in the previous two games.)  He'll hand out screws and
explain their use.  (Instructions on screws are also later in here.)

The next screen you'll see is the category selection screen.  Press 1,
2, or 3, depending on which one you want to pick.  After you pick the
category, the question will come up.  Most likely, on the first
question, you'll get a regular multiple choice question. As you continue
through the game, you'll receive different types of questions, which
will be explained now.

III. Question Explanations

There are eleven different kinds of questions.  They can be broken down
into categories, which are:

MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

Standard Multiple-Choice Question
Picture Question
Super Audio Question
Game Show Guest Host

TYPE-IT-IN QUESTIONS (type in the answer)

Fill In The Blank Question
Whatshisname Question
Gibberish Question

MIGHT BE EITHER QUESTION (might be multiple choice, might have to type)

Impossible Question (worth $20,000)

SPECIAL QUESTIONS

DisOrDat Question
ThreeWay Question
Jack Attack (ends game)

They're not too hard to figure out.

a. MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

These are the questions that you'll encounter the most.  The values
range from $1,000 to $3,000 in Round 1, and twice that much in Round 2.
On all of these questions, screws can be used.  Screws force someone to
answer a question.  When you think someone doesn't know the answer to a
question, buzz in and press the S key to screw them.  They will have to
guess, or lose the money.  If they guess incorrectly, then they lose
that much money, and everybody else can try to answer the question.  If
they are correct, then they get the dollar amount, and the screwer loses
that much money.


STANDARD MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTION

Cookie will read off a question that will also appear on the screen.
You do have to listen though, because he'll often provide some
background on the question that's vital to answering the question.  Four
choices will be shown.  If you think you know the answer, then buzz in,
and press the correct number.  If you're right, Cookie will congratulate
you, and the amount will be added to your score.  If you're wrong, then
Cookie will make some mean remark to you, and the amount of money will
be taken away.

Example:

How many Gregory Pecks would it take to make a Gregory Bushel?

1. one sixteenth
2. one
3. two
4. four (correct answer)

PICTURE QUESTION

A picture question is almost identical to a standard multiple choice
question, except you will have to identify what a picture is.  You get 4
different choices.

Example:

A picture of Santa Claus holding a pole and jumping over a bar is shown.
This picture is the "North Pole Vault."

SUPER AUDIO QUESTION

You will hear either a sound or someone talking, and you have to
identify what it is out of the 4 choices.  These tend to be more
difficult than the other multiple choice questions.

GAME SHOW GUEST HOST

For these questions, Cookie will bring in a special guest to give you a
question.  These are basically the same as other multiple choice
questions, although some are prime screwing questions.  (In one of
these, Cookie's mom asks you what Cookie was nicknamed as a kid.)
You should listen closely on these, because most of them give you some
information you need to answer the question.

b. TYPE-IT-IN QUESTIONS

On these questions, you will be required to type in the answer.

FILL IN THE BLANK QUESTION

Cookie will read off a statement or a list, and you have to buzz in and
type the answer out.   Some misspellings are okay, but the game's not
going to give away the money.

WHATSHISNAME QUESTION

In this question, Cookie will gradually read off a list of clues.  If
you think you know it, buzz in and type the answer.  Cookie will tell
you if you're right or wrong, and in a few instances, will actually
repeat your incorrect answer.

Example:

It's a satirical magazine...
Featured the crazy artwork...
Has that one weird guy in the cover..
Stanley Y. Smythe...

Answer: Cracked

If you answer Mad to this question, Cookie will actually talk for about
5 seconds, and then tell you "And I am not holding a copy of Mad
magazine in my hand."

GIBBERISH QUESTION

This question is a rhyming game.  A bunch of gibberish is shown on the
screen, and you have to guess what saying, clich•, song title, or phrase
it rhymes with.  Make sure to ignore the punctuation.

Example:

Gibberish: A fiddle nerd sold pee.
Answer:    A little bird told me.

Example 2:

Gibberish: Hey!  Lenny craved his Ma Debby burned.
Answer:    A     penny saved  is  a  penny earned.

As time passes during a Gibberish Question, the monetary value goes
down.  In Round 1, the starting value is $5,000, and $250 is taken away
every second and a half.  In Round 2, the starting value is $10,000, and
$500 is taken away every second and a half.

c. IMPOSSIBLE QUESTION

The Impossible Question will most likely be the hardest question you
encounter during the game.  It might be multiple choice, and it might be
fill-in-the-blank.  It is always worth $20,000, which can really help
your game for you if you happen to know the answer.  Unfortunately, you
lose $20,000 for an incorrect answer, so guessing isn't a good idea.
There is one exception to the Impossible Question being the hardest
though.  (Pick the category "It's a Dog!" if you see it for an easy
$20,000.)

Example:

FILL IN THE BLANK
Question: What number between one and nine I thinking of?

Answer: Five

There, now you can cheat and get $20,000 if you get that question.

d. SPECIAL QUESTIONS

These questions don't fit into a specific category, because they each
require something unique.

DisOrDat QUESTION

DisOrDat Questions can be the hardest or the easiest question in the
game.  Only one the person who picked the category participates in this
question. Cookie names off 7 different names or things, one at a time,
and then asks you to classify them by category. You will have to press 1
if it is one thing, 2 if it is the other thing, or 4 to skip and come
back to it.  Sometimes, you will have to press 3 if the thing falls into
both categories.  You have 30 seconds to complete this.  For each
correct answer in Round 1, you will get $500.  In Round 2, you will get
$1000.  For each wrong answer or name you don't get to in Round 1, you
will lose $500.  In Round 2, you will lose $1000.  This probably sounds
confusing, so look at the example if you don't understand.

Example:

Cookie: If the name I read off was a Vice President, press 1.  If he was
a funk musician, press 2.  If he was both, press 3.  To skip one, press
4.

Names:
1. Hannibal Hamlin
2. Spiro Agnew
3. Bnotsy Collins
4. Walter Mondale
5. Sly Stone
6. George Clinton
7. James Brown

Example of Scoring:

Suppose I get 4 of them right, 2 wrong, and I don't get to the last one.
If it was Round 1, I would end up with $500, and I would end up with
$1000 in Round 2.  That's $4,000 for the correct answers, and -$3,000
for the other ones.

THREEWAY QUESTION

The ThreeWay Question is like a mini-Jack Attack.  First, three names or
things will appear on the screen.  A clue will appear at the top of the
screen.  When the member of the ThreeWay that matches the clue is lit
up, buzz in and get $1000.  Unfortunately, if you're wrong, you lose
$1000 every time you're wrong.  Everyone participates simultaneously in
this type of question.  It will always appear on Question Number 10.

Example:

The words Tom, Dick, and Harry are the members of the ThreeWay.  The
clue "private detective" appears at the top of the screen.  Dick is the
correct answer, so you would buzz in when Dick is lit up.  (You know,
Dick Tracy.)  If the clue is "male cat," you would buzz in when Tom was
lit up.  (A tomcat)

JACK ATTACK

The Jack Attack is almost identical to the ThreeWay question, except the
stakes are higher.  When you begin the question, you will see a word in
the middle of the screen, and other words will fly by.  When the word in
the middle matches the other word that flies by, buzz in for $2000.  If
you're wrong though, you lose $2000 every time that you're wrong.  Make
sure that you're match fits the clue though.

Example:

Category Name: Who's Your Little Friend?

The word "Earth" is shown in the center of the screen.  When "the moon"
flies by, you would want to buzz in for $2000, because Earth's "little
friend" is the moon.  If "Jupiter" was showing, buzzing in when "really
big" is on the screen would cause you to lose $2000.  Although Jupiter
is really big, the match doesn't fit the clue.

IV. Hints and Tips

While there are no cheats that I know of for this game, other than
picking a question you've already had, there are some things that will
help you in the game.

SCREWS

- Use your screws wisely.  Never screw on a $1000 (or $2000 in Round 2)
question.   Even if the screwed person gets it wrong, it's not enough
cash to make it worth your effort.

- If you know the answer to a question, don't risk screwing somebody
else.  Just take the cash.

- The Guest Host questions are some of the best for screwing.  They are
either niche questions or impossible to know the answer to.  If the
question is about cars, and your opponent doesn't know any thing about
cars, screw them!

- WARNING: You cannot screw on the following types of questions: Fill In
The Blank, Whatshisname, Gibberish, Impossible, DisOrDat, ThreeWay, or
Jack Attack.  So don't buzz in, planning to screw, and end up having to
guess.

OTHER TIPS

- Wait for others to buzz in and guess if you're between two or three of
the answers. If someone else knocks one choice out for you, you might be
able to get it.

- Wait for clues on Gibberish Questions and Whatshisname Questions.
They're very useful, and often give away the answer.

HOW TO HAVE MORE FUN

- On a Gibberish Question, type in f*** you, without the asterisks.  As
long as you keep a sense of humor, this will be quite hilarious for
everyone.
                                        
- Try and get as many people as possible to play.  3 player games are
much better than playing on your own.

- Don't take the game too seriously.  Don't be insulted by anything
Cookie says, or anything that might happen to you.  Just enjoy yourself.
It's not like it matters if you lose.

- If you play on certain holidays, you'll receive a special message from
Raul.  These days are listed in the usd.txt file on the YDKJ3 CD-ROM
under the YDKJ3 folder.  They'll be put up here soon.  There are some
very obvious ones, such as Christmas and New Year's, and some not so
obvious ones, like The Great American Smokeout.  As soon as I test all
of them, I'll have a list up.

V. Voice Actors

Not all of the voice actors are listed in the instruction manual, so I'm
just going to put the ones it lists.

Cookie       - Tom Gottlieb

Raul         - Joe Janes

Mavis        - Ali Davis

YDKJ Singers - Bob Filler
               Phoebe Fuller
               Kelly Halpine
               Rebecca Kaufman
               Larry King
               Dave Metzger
               Pamela Rose
               Brandon Scales

VI. Coming Soon...

- A list of all the dates and times that you'll get a special message
from Raul when you start the game

- What the singers sing when you get a new question

- Better examples of some of the question types

VII. Thanks

Much thanks goes out to all the people who worked to make this game.
You did great at making an absolutely hilarious, stupendous trivia game
that never gets boring.

Thanks to CJayC at gamefaqs.com for posting my YDKJ FAQ, and to Al
Amaloo at about.com for putting it up there.

Thank yous also go out to my family for playing the game with me, and
not getting mad when I beat them all the time. :)

This FAQ is the unpublished work of Brian L. (Brian09@aol.com)

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