The idea for You Don't Know Jack began while That's a Fact, Jack! The game's title comes from the less vulgar version of the phrase «You don't know jack shit.» Jellyvision's website has this explanation as to why You Don't Know Jack was made: «Way back in the early 90s, Jellyvision decided to test the waters of mainstream interactive entertainment by beginning a partnership with Berkeley Systems, of»Flying Toasters" fame.
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The audio during this segment includes rehearsing singers, a busy producer, and a harassed studio manager/host.
The only graphics are a large «On Air/Stand By» sign in the middle of the screen, visual representations of the players' button assignments, and a box for name entry.
An otome game (乙女ゲーム, literally meaning "girl" or "maiden" game) is a story based video game that is targeted towards the female market.
Generally one of the goals, besides the main plot goal, is to develop a romantic relationship between the female player character and one of several male, or occasionally female characters.
In a 21-question game, there is a brief intermission after the tenth question.