Jeopardy Maker

Released: Apr 05, 2008

Type: Web / Script / Tool

Num. Downloads: 90979

Version: 1.1



     Jeopardy Maker is a free, fully-featured program to make your own Jeopardy games, complete with animations and music.  Just enter the questions and answers.  No Powerpoint or Jeopardy Template needed.   Categories, rows, columns, daily doubles... are all generated automatically. The program supports any number of rows and columns (the max. being until your computer explodes) as well as many other optional settings (# Daily Doubles, Final Jeopardy, point values, etc).
    
     Features:
     - Supports any numbers of rows and columns, automatically calculated by what you enter.
     - Everything is automatic; just enter your desired questions, answers, and categories in the appropriate txt files.
     - Daily Doubles generated randomly each time with customizability.
     - Final Jeopardy question at the end; optional.
     - Countless settings for more advanced users: separate Q/A folders for loading separate games, changeable table and fontsizes, and other quirks.
     - For advanced users looking for even more settings, check out Gameshow Maker.
    
     This tool was created over the weekend for a Jeopardy presentation in one of my classes during high school.  At that point, I was quite fed up with creating Powerpoint slides over and over again, so I decided to streamline the whole process.  No one should ever have to learn how to make a Jeopardy Powerpoint again.  Jeopardy Maker is free for anyone to use in hopes it saves the same hassle for other teachers and students.  Plus it looks much nicer than Powerpoint! :P

Do not be afraid to ask for help! Feel free to discuss in the forums:
Jeopardy Maker - Discussion and Feedback

You can also share your game or
download games others have made here:
Jeopardy Maker Templates

Lastly, if you find this tool helpful,
please leave a like / comment on the YouTube page:
Jeopardy Maker on YouTube



Tags/Keywords: Adobe Flash CS3, ActionScript 3, Jeopardy, Powerpoint


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