Play 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!
Release Date: Nov 30, 1998
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Includes 9 items: YOU DON'T KNOW JACK Vol. 1 XL, YOU DON'T KNOW JACK Vol. 2, YOU DON'T KNOW JACK Vol. 3, YOU DON'T KNOW JACK Vol. 4 The Ride, YOU DON'T KNOW JACK MOVIES, YOU DON'T KNOW JACK SPORTS, YOU DON'T KNOW JACK TELEVISION, YOU DON'T KNOW JACK HEADRUSH, YOU DON'T KNOW JACK Vol. 6 The Lost Gold
About the 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!
- OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8
- Processor: 500 MHz processor or faster
- Memory: 128 MB RAM
- DirectX: Version 9.0
- Hard Drive: 900 MB available space
- Sound Card: 16-bit sound card
- Additional Notes: The game runs at 640x480 max resolution. Manually adjust your Desktop resolution if you want the game to fill the screen.
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