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FOR PLAY ON THE SEGA CD : ' SYSTEM 


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CATEGORIES 


THIS IS JEOPARDY'. . 2 

COHTRDLS . 4 

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Welcome to the game where the 
answer is the question and the question 
is the answer! 


as our^host 
s. 5s you can now 

show on your Sega 

round to the 

hidden Daily Doubles, Double Jeopardy ! and 
Final Jeopardy ! 


Test your knowledge in scores of categories, 
from history to geography, movies, art, 
literature, science and more. You’ve got to be 
quick on the buzzer when you know the 
answer — always given in the form of a 
question, of course. But you'd better be extra 
sure, because if you’re wrong, you’ll lose the 
dollars you hoped to win! 


One, two, or three players can play Jeopardy\ 
If you win, you get the right to go on to play 
another game. 

Up to three games can be saved in progress 
and resumed at a later time. The game 
saves automaticlly as you progress through 
the game. 


Let’s play Jeopardy 1 . 














CONTROLS 


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* Use one Control Pad in Port #1 

* Player buzzes in using Button A 


Player Game 


Two Control Pads 

* Use one Control Pad in Port #1 and a second 
Control Pad in Port #2 

* Each player buzzes in using Button A 
or 

One Control Pad 

* Use one Control Pad between two players: 

Player #1 buzzes in using Button A 
Player #2 buzzes in using Button B 


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Three Control Pads 

* Use three Control Pads with the licensed 
Multi-Tap adaptor 

Player #1 uses Control Pad 
Player #2 uses Control Pad #2 
Player #3 uses Control Pad #3 
or 

Two Control Pads 

* Use one Control Pad in Port #1 and a second 
Control Pad in Port #2 

Player #1 uses Control Pad #1 as normal 
Player #2 and player #3 share Control Pad #2 
Player #2 buzzes in with Button A 
Player #3 buzzes in with Button C 
or 

One Control Pad 

* Use one Control Pad between three players 

Player #1 buzzes in and selects a category using Button A 

Player #2 buzzes in and selects a category using Button B 

Player #3 buzzes in and selects a category using Button C 








In setting up to play Jeopardyl, use the 
Directional Pad RIGHT and LEFT to scroll 
through your options and then the A Button 
or START to lock in your highlighted selections. 

Selecting a Game 



Before the rounds 
begin, you must 
first select a game 
from any that have 
been previously 
saved, To resume 
any saved game, 
select its number 
with the 


Directional Pad and then choose KEEP SAME. 


As you scroll through the available games, the 
contestant personalities and names appear at 
the podiums as each game number appears 
at the top of the screen. To start a new game 
with new personalities, select any saved game 
and then choose SELECT NEW. 



Selecting the Number 
of Contestants 

When starting a new game, you must specify 
the number of contestants. One, two or three 
players can compete. The computer can play 
the part of any or all of the three contestants. 
Select the number of contestants that you 
want (including computer opponents) using the 
Directional Pad, and then press the START 
Button to lock in your choice. 



Selecting 
Personalities 
and Entering 
Names 

After selecting 
the number of 
contestants, you 
will be able to 


select an on-screen personality by using the 
Directional Pad LEFT and RIGHT to cycle 
through the faces. After selecting a 
personality, you must specify whether he or 
she is a human-controlled Jeopardy ! player 
by highlighting the appropriate option. 

Now you get to select names for the human 
contestants. (Computer contestants have 
preset names.) 


Enter a name by moving the cursor over the 
desired letters using the Directinal Pad and 
locking them in by pressing the A Button. 

You may enter up to eight letters. If you make 
a mistake, you can delete letters with the 
B Button or the <- sign. Press the C Button, 
START Button or select "END” when finished.! 













































































Playing Jeopardy ! 


At the start 
of each round, 

Alex Trebek will 
announce the 
round and the 
number of Daily 
Doubles in the 
game board. You 
will then see the 
six ‘'answer" categories roil by, one at a time. 
You can bypass this by pressing any button. 

Selecting a Category and Dollar Amount. 

Now at the game board, contestant number 
one has control at the beginning and gets 
to pick a category and dollar value. 

Whenever this category board is displayed, 
the contestant currently in control may check 
all of the players’ winnings by pressing START 
The winnings remain displayed at the bottom 
of the screen until he or she presses START 
again. Use the Directional Pad in any direction 
to move around the board and then select 
a category and dollar value. 


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Hit Your Buzzer! Once the category and dollar 
amount is selected, the "answer" appears on 
the screen. As soon as the 15-second clock 
appears in the lower right corner of the 
screen, any of the players can buzz in 
to respond with the corresponding question — 
and put themselves in Jeopardy ! Players buzz 
in by pressing the button that corresponds to 
their positions [See ‘Controls’' above]. 


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Entering Your 
“Question” 

If you are the first 
player to buzz in, 
you have BO 
seconds to enter 
the correct 
“question." A clock 
in the upper right 

corner of the screen counts down the time and 
a box containing numbers and the alphabet 
appears. The “answer” remains on the screen. 
To input your '‘question," use the Directional 
Pad to move the cursor over the letter[s) 
or number(s) you wish to select. Press the 
A Button to confirm each letter of the 
“question. To delete a mistaken entry, press 
the B Button or select DEL, For spaces in 
multipie-word ' questions, 1 ' enter SPACE; 
however, entering the space is not required 
for the response to be deemed correct. 


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To complete your question," enter END or 
press the C Button. If you realize that you 
don’t know the correct response and you don't 
want to wait for the clock to tick down, press 
the C Button or enter END. 

The game will accept minor misspellings, but if 
your "question” is significantly misspelled, the 
judges may not recognize it as the correct 
response. 

If a contestant gives an incorrect response, 
the value of the "answer” will be subtracted 
from his or her winnings. The "answer” then 
reappears to give the remaining contestants 
a chance to try to supply the “question.” 

If no contestant buzzes in and the clock runs 
out, then the correct “question” will be 
revealed. 

The contestant who has given the last correct 
"question" will have control over the board. 

The round will continue until the entire 
category board is cleared. When this is 
accomplished, the Double Jeopardy\ round 
commences. This round is played in the same 
manner as the Jeopardy ! round. However, the 
dollar values on the board will be twice as 
much and the categories will be different. 

Also, another Daily Double will be added to 
the board. 


The Daily Double. 

There are Daily 
Doubles hidden 
within the category 
board. When one 
is found, it zooms 
to the front of the 
screen. The 
contestant who 
found it is the only one who can supply the 
correct ‘ question” and must select the amount 
to be wagered. 

If the contestant’s accumulated winnings 
are less than the greatest dollar value on the 
board, then he or she may wager all of the 
accumulated winnings or as little as $5. The 
correct "question" wins the amount wagered 
while the incorrect “question" subtracts that 
amount from the contestant’s winnings. 

Regardless of the player’s score, they may 
wager any amount that appears on the 
Jeopardy ! Game Board. An example would 
be 100, 200, 300, 400, or 500 in the 
Jeopardy ! Round, and 200, 400, 600, 800, 
or 1000 in the Double Jeopardy ! Round. 





















Final Jeopardy ! 

Only players 
showing a positive 
dollar amount at 
the end of Double 
Jeopardy ! will 
progress to the 
final Jeopardy ! 
round. This final 



round of Jeopardy ! consists of a single 
question from a pre-determined category 
which is displayed at the beginning of the 
round. Each contestant may wager up to the 
full amount of his or her current winnings or 
nothing at all. 


To enter in the amount of your wager, use the 
Directional Pad to highlight each digit and then 
press the C Button when the amount is 
correct. You may also enter MIN to wager 
nothing or MAX to wager all of your winnings 
on the Final Jeopardyl “answer." 


When two or three human players are 
competing, the game suggests that each 
player turn away from the screen when the 
other is entering the amount of his or her 
wager and the “question" — this adds to the 
drama and suspense as each player’s answer 
and wager is revealed! 


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Sony Imagesoft warrants to the original purchaser only that the 
CD provided with this manual and the software program coded on 
it will perform in accordance with the descriptions in this manual 
when used with the specified equipment, for a period of 90 days 
from the date of purchase. If this program is found to be defective 
within 90 days of purchase, it will be replaced. Simply return the 
CD to Sony Imagesoft or its authorized dealer along with a dated 
proof of purchase. Replacement of the game pak, free of charge 
to the original purchaser [except for the cost of returning the CD) 
is the full extent of our liability. 

THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, 
WHERE ORAL OR WRITTEN, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. ALL IMPLIED 
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THOSE OF MERCHANTAGILITY AND 
FITNESS FDR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, IF APPLICABLE, ARE 
LIMITED IN DURATION TD 90 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF 
PURCHASE OF THIS PRODUCT. 

Sony Imagesoft shall not be liable for incidental and/or 
consequential damages for the breach of any express or implied 
warranty including damage to property and, to the extent 
permitted by law, damages for personal injury, even if Sony 
Imagesoft has been advised of the possibility of such damages. 
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of a ny 
incidental or consequential damages or limitations on how long an 
implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations or exclusions may 
not apply to you. 

This warranty shall not he applicable to the extent that any 
provision of this warranty is prohibited by any federal, state or 
municipal law which cannot be pre-empted. This warranty gives you 
specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary 
from state to state. 

Sony Imagesoft, 2400 Broadway Avenue, Suite 550, 

Santa Monica, CA 90404. (310) 449-2393. 

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Who is the primary user? 

Name____ □ Male n Female 

Address___ 

City _____State_Zip_ 

Age/Date of Birth_Game Purchased_ 

Name of store where you hough! this game__ 

What video game system(s) do you own? 

□ NES (3 bit) □ Sega Game Gear □ TurboGrafx □ Atari Jaguar 

□ Super NES (16 bit) □ Sega Genesis □ Turbo Express D Macintosh 

□ Nintendo Game Boy □ Sega CD □ Atari Lynx □ PC 

(ISM gr GWnpaCiitffli' 

How many games do you own? 

□ 1-5 Q 6-10 0 11*20 Omorethan20 

What kinds of games do you like? 

□ Cartoon & Super-Hero n Fantasy Action □ Fantasy Role Playing □ Shooter 

□ Fighting Adventure □ Futuristic DSports □ Movie Based □ Puzzles/Strategv 

What magazines do you read? 

□ E lectro nic Gam ing Monthly DEI ectra nic Games □ G am e PI ay ere □ Ga me P ro 

□ Nintendo Power □ Video Games □ Die Hard Game Fan □ Sega Visions 

□ Other_____ 

How did you hear about this game?_ 


If you could change this game what would 
you do?__ 


Where do you get your gaming information? 





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ARE TRADEMARKS OF SEGA OF AMERICA, 3NC 
©1&93 SEGA. 

Jcopardy!<& is distributed by Sony Image soft, 
2400 Broadway, Suite §50 Santa Won tea, CA 
90404. Sony S mages of l and I mage sot t are 
trademarks of Sony Electronic Publishing 
Company, © 1994 Sony Electronic Publishing 
Company. Jeopardy! Is based on the 
tele vision series produced by Columbia 
TriSlar Television, a Sony Pictures 
Entertainment company. Jeopardy! is a regis¬ 
tered trademark of Jeopardy Productions, Inc 
© 1994 Jeopardy Productions, Inc. 

All Rights Reserved.