You Don't Know Jack was a popular computer game in the 1990s, and has since lived on in Internet form. Users can pit their wits on this often-peculiar weekly quiz show, or on the shorter, daily iteration called DisOrDat. Players compete for prize money, using their keyboard to chime in and answer multiple-choice quiz questions. The game is fondly remembered by many for its charismatic narrator, who mixes humor with player humiliation.
One of the reasons the game became so popular was for its low system requirements, which would allow the game to be run even on … Read more