You Dont Know Jack Cheats for PC
|Developer:||Jellyvision Games, Iron Galaxy Studios, Webfoot Technologies|
|Platform:||Microsoft Windows, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360, iOS, Ouya|
You Dont Know Jack Cheats for PC Summary:
You Dont Know Jack Cheats for PC: You Don’t Know Jack is the 2011 release of the trivia-based party game series You Don’t Know Jack. The game was developed by Jellyvision Games and published by THQ, and was released in North America on February 8, 2011, for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, Wii and Xbox 360 platforms. It is the first title in the series released by Jellyvision after an eight-year hiatus, taking advantage of online connectivity and other features of modern gaming consoles. A single player iOS port was released about two months later, but was later pulled in anticipation of a more robust client based on the Facebook version of the game.
The game is structured around a fictional game show emceed by Cookie Masterson (voiced by Tom Gottlieb), in which the players answer ten multiple-choice questions, and then compete in a final “Jack Attack” round. Answering quickly and correctly earns virtual money to track the players’ scores, while incorrect answers are penalized. As per the game’s motto, “the irreverent trivia party game”, the questions often combine general knowledge along with popular culture references and verbal wordplay to determine the correct answer. Unlike the earlier releases which randomly presented questions, the 2011 game provides more than 73 episodes with a predefined set of questions, and with further episodes to made available as downloadable content which is currently only available on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 through both console’s respective online stores.
The game, on consoles, supports both offline and online play (with the exception of the Wii which lacks online multiplayer) with up to four players, while the Windows and Nintendo DS versions only supports two local players and lack features such as online play & access to downloadable content. You Don’t Know Jack was generally well-received, seen as a humorous return to form for the series, though the lack of online play or additional content for the Windows version was criticized.
You Dont Know Jack Cheats for PC:
- Fiber Optic Field Trip:
Wait until a Gibberish Question appears as question three or four. The Field Trip will be on question seven if the Gibberish Question was question three. The Field Trip will be on question eight if the Gibberish Question was question four.
- Demo mode:
Press D when the phrase “For additional options press Escape” is displayed. Alternatively, do not press any keys at the beginning, when Cookie asks for the number of players.
- Funny response:
Answer F**k You (without the asterisks) to any Gibberish question. The first and second times this is done, the game will give you a smart mouth reply. The third time will shut the game off, and you need to restart your computer to play again.
- Double points:
When a category appears that you have already done appears, buzz in immediately before the multiple choice answers appears and type in the correct answer. The game will give you a smart mouth reply and then award double points.
- Assigned names:
Do not enter any name after Cookie repeatedly asks you to do so, until a name is automatically assigned.
- Special messages:
Set the PC date to one of the following and start the game to get a special message form Cookie. Note: These are listed in the “usd.txt” file on the CD-ROM.
- Holiday – Date
Ash Wednesday – 8 March 2000
Flag Day – 14 June
April Fools Day – 1 April
Great American Smokeout – 3rd Wednesday in November
Guy Fawkes Day – 5 November
Sweetest Day – 3rd Saturday in October
Mothers Day – 2nd Sunday in May
Fathers Day – 3rd Sunday in June
Day of the Dead – 1 November
Michaelmas – 29 September
Bastille Day – 14 July
Elvis Presleys Birthday – 8 January
Earth Day – 22 April
National Coming-Out Day – 11 October
Martin Luther King Jr. Day – 3rd Monday in January
Saint Patricks Day – 17 March
Easter – 23 April 2000
Nurses Day – 12 May
Labor Day – 1st Monday in September
Yom Kipper – 20 September 1999 or 9 October 2000
Independence Day – 4 July
Thanksgiving – 25 November 1999 or 23 November 2000
Hanukkah – 4 December 1999 or 22 December 2000
Valentines Day – 14 February
Christmas Eve – 24 December
Christmas – 25 December
Groundhogs Day – 2 February
New Years Day – 1 January
New Years Eve – 31 December
Kwanza – 26 December
Additionally, start the game at one of the following times to receive other messages:
Friday after 8pm
Saturday after 8pm
Anytime after 8pm
Anytime before 4am
Anytime between 4am and 9am
- Finally, starting the game during one of the following holidays will also result in a special message: