Well, I’m insulted.
Or is it that I just don’t know a Jack?
Oh wait, I do know a Jack.
This game IS insulting me!
You didn’t really think I’d avoid shamelessly promoting the first and second gameplay videos in this series, right?
Now why would I not do that?
First things first, I want to thank all of you have watched and supported both of my Retroist gameplay videos – these gameplay videos have proven to be incredibly fun to make. As always, I’m grateful for the opportunity to share my mad skills with you, gaming, writing, or otherwise. And by mad, I mean “it has to be a game I can successfully beat, or something I can write the hell out of!” And by you, I mean the small but captive audience that comes here for my gameplay and sharp, witty writing skills.
Thank you for the millionth time!
With that out of the way…
When my interest piqued in playing You Don’t Know Jack Television again after a ten-year hiatus (those ten years were not voluntary, trust me!), I figured it was only natural that I go ahead and give the other game I received as a gift at the same time the gameplay treatment. So I plunked down an additional $2.99 for a download of You Don’t Know Jack Movies from Amazon.
I’m not going to tell you I’m particularly impressive with this one – television has and always will be my thing, but I do like movies. And this game has ’em, and like the Television game, the questions are dated, since this version?is also from 1997.
You Don’t Know Jack Movies takes the conventional YDKJ spin, applies it to the film industry, and dishes out smartass commentary and questions about films you know and love…if anything done before 1997 is your thing. It was released on April 30, 1997, right before the Television game (like seriously, it came out a little over a week before the Television game). Much like the Television game, I played it often, but it too was lost during a move 10 years ago. Also like the Television game, I searched for it, but it eventually fell off my radar. The game is also part of several compilation sets (my boyfriend bought it as part of the Classic Pack through Steam), but since my interests lie primarily with the Television and Movie games, I bought mine individually through Amazon.
As I said, I’m not as impressive skill-wise with this game, but I do enjoy the insults for the ones I don’t answer correctly, or don’t answer at all. If you’d like to see how I did, go ahead and click play below. Again, there’s no talking during this one, as it detracts heavily from the gameplay itself. I promise a future gameplay where you can hear me ramble on and on, but until then, just watch me play You Don’t Know Jack Movies!
Thanks for watching, and try not to let the game insult you.
You know, like it insults me.
When Allison isn’t being the incredibly talented GIPHY maker, writer, and trivia game whiz she is all over Retroist, she is doing all of this over on her blog, Allison’s Written Words. She wants you to think there is a magic to everything she does, but there isn’t. She would love for you to take a peek over there, and to follow her blog on Facebook if you like updates. Oh, and she’s on Twitter @AllisonGeeksOut. She’d love to hear from you.
Go on, reach out and tweet her!
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