You Don't Know Jack №1
Every episode of You Don't Know Jack so far has been a DisOrDat, which features two categories. Each round requires the player to determine which category a given word fits into. The controls are very simple; press 1 to select the first category and 2 to select the second. Some episodes give you the option to press 3 when the word fits in both categories, and you can always press 4 to skip a question. A correct answer earns $250 of imaginary money, while an incorrect answer will deduct $250 from your earnings.
Analysis: You Don't Know Jack has made the transition to Adobe Flash with much of the wit and attitude of its CD-rom forefathers, as well as a great deal of mature content. Surprisingly, each episode features full voiceovers, although the game is playable without audio. Unfortunately there is no multiplayer support. I also would have appreciated more questions per round; it took me over a minute to load each episode and sit through the introduction, while the game itself lasts no more than 30 seconds, and usually much less! On the other hand, with new episodes appearing daily and the ability to play previous games, there should be no shortage of You Don't Know Jack content for the quiz-hungry.