We have made it super easy to cancel Jeopardy!® Trivia Quiz Game subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "Sony Pictures Television" (the developer) uses to bill you.
Now let us get into the crux of this guide.
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A few things to note and do before cancelling:
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To delete Jeopardy! from your iPhone, Follow these steps:
By he's a regifter
Love the game it is fantastic! Tons of categories and questions. Rarely do you see a duplicate question. Lifelines make the game fun because most of us are not human encyclopedias. They can get a little carried away with the shoving challenges down your throat and the constant showing your standing is unnecessary. I wish I could shut off the people challenging me and my standings. I don’t care about either of those but I have to click through them each time I log in. They love to try and force you to sign on with Facebook. I refuse to do it but lately every. Single. Time. I log in I have to hit cancel because it is trying to force me to sign in with Facebook, starting to really frustrate me, if I haven’t done it by now I am not interested in doing it! Sadly I really like the game BUT if one of these days I accidentally hit confirm instead of cancel on the force Facebook login I will immediately delete the app and not down load it again. That’s why I am giving 3 stars, don’t try and force stuff on me if I have clearly said no. I send money on the game, so I get to choose what I do on it. Honestly I considered the monthly subscription till they started that force Facebook sign in. For the developers seriously guys stop with the repeated request, let us click yes or no once.
By Moo Goo Panda
It’s fun and I weirdly feel like I’m learning a lot but with all the constant shiny adds trying to get you to spend just a little bit more, you’re constantly reminded their primary goal is to make money off the app. Don’t get me wrong; that’s their prerogative and the game IS fun. It’s definitely doable to play and not spend much but as you progress the stakes go up, so do the points required to win-that means using modifiers(which cost gold bars- not easily accumulated without spending actual money). You pretty much can’t win without modifiers past a certain point. 🤷🏼♀️ If you go into it with the goal of having fun and learning rather than winning, you’re better off- but it will be slow going as the only way to win money to play with is to come in first and the only way to do that without modifiers is to play with relatively low betting amounts that won’t win you as much. My only other complaint is that you can’t add a profile picture without a social media account. I realize I’m probably in the minority here, but I got rid of Facebook in so much as you can get rid of Facebook years ago but I’d still like to be able to add a profile picture to my jeopardy account.
Jeopardy World Tour is first of all incredibly addictive, a fun game with new challenges each week if you want that cute new stamp, frame or background. I stayed up Way too late playing to get the Spring flowers ensemble ! Meeting your daily bank challenge of 100 gold bars will buy you extra spins on the Daily Play wheel, and if you meet the challenge all week you get an additional 500 bars. I would never , ever in a million years spend Real Money in this game. If you have a general knowledge of trivia & keep to your go-to categories you can win & level up. That Said : eventually you will level up to a City that your gem bank won’t cover & you will have to make up those missing gems in your Achilles heel area. Wish I knew more about history & geography for sure. Not the worst part of this game however. The real reason I give it 3 stars instead of 5, is that you can run All your categories, a correct answer every time on the highest levels, then bet the whole thing in Final Jeopardy , get it right and Still Lose, to a Bot , that “got” a daily double . It’s total bs, & unfair. I will keep playing tho because I want that Mothers Day ensemble. But I will be fuming inside.
When the app first came out and I saw it advertised, I was excited to try it out and LOVED it! It was similar to traditional TV Jeopardy. However, there have been so many updates and changes to the app (particularly this past year) that it gradually became less like the traditional game, less user-friendly, and more complicated than it used to be. I notice some occasional glitches as well (i.e. my app freezes quite a bit, just randomly exits mid-game for no reason sometimes, doesn’t save game progress at times). It also costs a lot to play for long periods of time, especially when you’re playing to compete and win a tournament. I notice I spend more of my own personal money purchasing gold bars for my Jeopardy app than I pay for extras in all of my other gaming apps put together! Overall, it’s fun to play once in a while when I’m in the mood. I wish the quality and layout of the game was the same as it was when the app was new. The brain trusts, sale pop-ups, new weekly and daily goals changing all of the time, and the FB pop-ups get annoying and take away from the original creativity of this app. Sometimes simple is better.
I'm a big trivia nerd and watch Jeopardy every single day, so I thought this game would be great. It has potential, but falls short of what it could be. For one, I wish it played more like the real game and instead of points converting into money, you simply played for money. It's hard to know what your points convert to in dollars. And it's absolutely absurd that you can win the entire game and not even break even with how much you paid to play. I understand that the more points you have, the more money you get, but there shouldn't be a situation where you win and don't cover your cost of playing, that's just dumb and clearly trying to get you to have to pay in order to keep playing. I've also only been playing for a couple of weeks now (Level 12) but am already getting a lot of repeat questions. Clearly too, you aren't playing against real people but rather the computer as it never works out that "they" don't make it to the final Jeopardy round - they always manage to eek out some points at the end, even getting more than one double jeopardy in a round when I've always only gotten one at most. The game is just ok. The developers could make some improvements to make so much better and not have players feel like they're just trying to make us pay for being able to play. I'd rather pay a set fee to "buy" the game then have it nickel and dime me along the way.
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