Trivia game. Now, what do you remember about the 90s? You can.t appreciate your knowledge in this sphere and don.t know what to do. This game is the fast-paced trivia game based on the successful board game. This game has been a household name for years, and now the popular board game made the migration to home computers, without losing any of its classic charm. You must choose how many wedges do you want too play at the beginning of the game. Then your task is to choose with whom you want to play. You can play either by yourself, or to tell exactly against the not-so-adorable Mr. Bear. In another way you can play against three of your friends. You might want to practice a little bit against the stuffed animal before taking on any live opponents. When you are playing against friends you must know that at the end the game gives 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place awards. The way the game works in this: the game board is divided into wedges, which you must claim to eventually win. To claim a wedge, you must land on a certain spot and answer the question correctly. If you do so, the wedge is yours and will go up into your meter by your name. Once you have gained enough wedges (which you set before the game), you must go back to the centre hub where you started and answer a question correctly to win. Fill your token with wedges, and race to the hub for the deciding question. Take on the computer or go head-to-head with a friend or the entire family!
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
Bring on the 90s is a fantastic trivia game, especially for those with a fascination for the 1990s. What really makes it special is that it can be enjoyed with a group of people, or just alone. When you start a game, you're presented with quite a bit of options. You choose how many "wedges" you want to play, which basically means you're choosing the game length. This is really good for people who just like the game in short bursts, but at the same time, it can accommodate those who prefer gruelling marathon sessions. Then you can choose a couple "special" rules if you'd like and at the end you choose the difficulty. There are six categories and 3000 questions for hours of fun! The game also includes cool art music and commentary from the game's host! The graphics is Ok and demonstrates all specific of the game in a best way. You can train yourself and then show all your knowledge to family and friends.
Offline gameplay: 1 player
ESRB Ratio: Everyone
Extras and features:
Stunning Graphics 6 Different Categories More than 3000 Questions Cool Art Music
Windows 98/2000/Me/XP,Processor: PII 400 MHz,DirectX 7.0,256 MB RAM,Free hard drive space: 25 MB,SVGA 16MB,16-bits Sound Card