This is the first YDKJ game that I regret playing. Not just buying, but playing. It didn't cost me much, since I got it on a sale, and it doesn't take up a whole lotta space on my hard drive (though I'll be uninstalling it shortly), but... wow. This would have been bad by 1995 standards. Every You Don't Know Jack Game is better than this, including the one they recently featured on Facebook. (That one might still be around, for all I know, in which case, I reecommend it over this.) I don't normally care to write negative reviews like this, but I really feel the need to warn people away from this title. Not one single aspect of it made me laugh, smile, or chuckle, and the Jack Attack question I tried was simply "what is the __th letter of the alphabet?" No joke. [That might make for a mildly amusing competition to see who among three people could name 'B' as the 2nd letter of the alphabet first, but in single-player mode it is adding insult to injury.) I *might* try it oncee more, to see if the first round was a fluke, but I doubt it. It really left a bad taste in my mouth, and no amount of cheesy pirate-themed bookending can change that. [Note: I suspect this was an early online version of YDKJ that has been repurposed as an offline game. It's the only possible explanation for the horrible sound quality and relatively non-existent production values.] TL;DR: Let this Lost Gold remain buried, otherwise, "Fairly warned, be ye, says I."