About This GamePlay the game that many consider to be YDKJ’s most fun offering – The Ride! Already played it? Trust us, you've forgotten everything by now.
For the fourth volume of the mega-award-winning CD-ROM trivia game show, the YOU DON’T KNOW JACK crew decided to throw out the YDKJ rule book and start fresh! This ain't your daddy’s YOU DON’T KNOW JACK! Suffice to say, you can take any preconceived notions you've had about the YOU DON’T KNOW JACK series and chuck ’em down an open elevator shaft because YOU DON’T KNOW JACK Volume 4 is going to take you on The Ride of your life! a09c17d780
The biggest departure of the series within the collection of You Don't Know Jack games on Steam. You Don't Know Jack 4: The Ride is locked in at 13 questions per game, with themed episodes that you choose based on your answer to a hypothetical question before each game. You don't pick your questions, either. Instead, you pick how much each question will be worth, although it's mostly random. It's a much darker and grittier game (literally), with times where it will actively try to mess with you (like disabling all vowels on your keyboard when entering your name), and with a light plot that has multiple endings to chose from. This is definitely the most bizarre game in the YDKJ series, but I think it might actually be my favorite.. Was fun, but easily crashes, and at one point, the entire game broke to the point where I couldn't install it anymore.. Compared to the last three main volumes, You Don't Know Jack Volume 4: The Ride marks a noticeable shift in gameplay, art style, and themes. Upon starting, a question is posed to the player(s) based around some topic (ranging anywhere from the circus to death). The only answers available are "yes" or "no"; the chosen answer will set the tone for the game. From there on, the player is taken on an elevator ride of sorts, being asked the typical questions by a disembodied female narrator. A new question asks if the player has gone on "The Ride" before; if so, there may be some quirk involved in the naming section (for example, on one of my return games, I was locked into only using vowels to enter my name). This deliberate change makes for some amusing scenarios. Gameplay is also different, where players can select the amount of money a question is worth. A new mini-game called RoadKill has the player(s) finding the shared quality between two ideas\/people\/etc (e.g., the solution for "Mini ___" and "Bradley ___" would be Cooper). After every answer is given, the player(s) are asked what do all the previous answers have in common, proving to be a great test of memory as well as reasoning. Finally, it ends with the usual round of Jack Attack. The only difference here from previous games is that the amount a player receives or loses for answers is selected like the questions. Clearly the grungier entry to the YDKJ series, The Ride is certainly worth a look into for bawdy humorists, trivia titans, and those nostalgic about the 1990s.. If you are a fan of becoming more intelligent with comedy and good questions, with answers you have to think about, then this game is recommended by me, in fact, the whole series is on my top 10 game serieseseseseses somwhere. This game feels like the version of YDKJ from the Jackbox Party Pack 1 if it were crossed with the themes of Murder Trivia Party. The gameplay itself is quite different, but the creepy visual style comes across strong and there seems to be some form of overarching narrative forming between episodes which wasn't what I was expecting from this at all.
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