Allison’s Gameplay: Jeopardy! – Deluxe Edition

I lost on Jeopardy! – Deluxe Edition, baby! Come watch me get my book geek on in a play through of the 1993 Super Nintendo Entertainment System game “Jeopardy! – Deluxe Edition.” You may find yourself singing along with “Weird” Al Yankovic too!

It Was a Little Too “Vanilla”

I finished recording a gameplay video for Wheel of Fortune – Deluxe Edition the night before recording this gameplay, banking on it as my next Retroist article.

And then I saw how “vanilla” the game is.

Now, don’t get me wrong, the game is perfectly playable and fun (if you like word games), but it was so…bland. I finished making a 40-minute gameplay video that yielded few comments. There wasn’t much to say. But since I don’t waste good gameplay footage, I uploaded it to YouTube and scheduled it as an article on Allison’s Written Words. And then I tackled Jeopardy! – Deluxe Edition, because despite being a game of knowledge, it couldn’t possibly be as bland, could it?

The answer is no.

I Was Here, To Test My Intellect…

On Nesbox emulator…

Against Tim Allen’s lookalike, and an old lady. Probably both with PhDs.

I was tense, I was nervous…

And when you watch my video, you’ll understand why.

Oh, and its laden with commentary!

Jeopardy! – Deluxe Edition

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But Wait, There’s More!

Oh, and if you’re really itching after 49 minutes of Jeopardy! – Deluxe Edition to see the Wheel of Fortune play through, then by all means…

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Allison L. Venezio

Secretary/Blogger-Writer at Allison's Written Words and Retroist
Allison is a Secretary by day, a writer/blogger by night (and during lunch breaks and in the mornings before work), a nostalgia geek (and a geek in general), worshipper of Thor (and Chris Hemsworth), and honorary Avenger (she has a pin, so it is official).She collects Itty Bittys and Funko Pops, loves anything that takes her back to childhood, and has confessed her love for Kenny Loggins.Oh, and she listens to Chicago...alot.If any of this piques your interest, she'd love for you to visit her personal blog, Allison's Written Words, where she talks about alot of the same stuff she talks about here, and more!

She can be found at allisonveneziowrites.com.You can follow her blog on Facebook (facebook.com/allisonswrittenwords) and on Twitter @AllisonGeeksOut.
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