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Pretty Cure Jeopardy! Logo

The logo of the game.

Pretty Cure Jeopardy! is a fangame first created in July 2012. This game has clues that are all about the Pretty Cure series and is created to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Pretty Cure franchise which was originally created by Izumi Todo. This is set to be released in 2014.

Rounds & Rules

Jeopardy!: The first round of the game. The cash values are from $200 to $1000 ($200, $400, $600, $800, $1000) in each of 6 random categories. 5 random clues are in each of 6 categories, meaning there are 30 random clues in total. As always, you will find the one Daily Double (Audio Daily Double or Video Daily Double in specific audio and video categories such as "Character Songs" and "Stage Songs") hidden randomly in the board to help add to your winnings if you're lucky to uncover it (You can wager up to $5 to $1000 to your maximum amount). Click on a value to pick the value from one of the six categories. When the answer is shown, and if you know it, press the Spacebar key or click "Respond" to buzz in and select your response. Two of them are incorrect, and one is the correct one. If you are correct, the value from that answer will be added to your score, but be warn, if you're wrong, the value from that answer will be deducted from your score. Players will have 7 seconds to ring in, and if they don't know it, or if they don't bother to buzz in, the computer will show the correct response. The player who ends the Jeopardy! round with the lowest score will make the first selection in Double Jeopardy!.

Double Jeopardy!: The second round of the game. As we all know, everything doubles in this round. Besides new random categories and clues, the dollar values have doubled from $400 to $2000 ($400, $800, $1200, $1600, $2000) so players can catch up quicker and win big, and as always, there are two Daily Doubles hidden randomly on the board (You can wager up to $5, to $2000, to your maximum score). The player with the lowest score will make the first selection. Players must have positive dollars to compete in Final Jeopardy! because if one or two of the players finish the Double Jeopardy! round with zero, or worse, negative dollars, the player will be eliminated and will not be in Final Jeopardy!. If all finish Double Jeopardy! with zero or negative dollars, there will not be a Final Jeopardy! round and the game will be over.

Final Jeopardy!: The third and final round of the game. This round consists of only one category and only one clue. When Final Jeopardy! starts, the logo will appear, and then a random category appears. Then the players will have to put down how much would they like to wager based on what they know about the random Final Jeopardy! category whether if they like to wager part or all of their money. Then, the players have 30 seconds to choose the correct response to the Final Jeopardy! clue in that category while the Think Theme plays. If the player gets the answer right with his/her wager, he'll/she'll win how much he/she has wagered, but if not, the score will deduct. The one who ends the game with the most cash wins the game and gets to keep the money he or she won up to that point and if you win, you can return as the champion like the original Jeopardy! game.


Originally, the music from this game comes from VH1's Rock & Roll Jeopardy! which lasted from August 8th, 1998 to May 12th, 2001. The entire music package from that game show is currently heard in the Teen Tournament, College Championship, and Kids Week. It was also heard during commercial breaks on 2006's Celebrity Jeopardy!. The theme song was composed by the late Steve Kaplan and Douglas Macaskill.



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