Create Your Own Jeopardy App

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This is a Jeopardy application that uses questions about Profound Logic and programming. Feel free to customize!


Last updated on September 18, 2019

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Profound Jeopardy

Play Jeopardy with questions about Profound Logic. Want to customize the questions and/or prizes? Fork the space and update file answers_and_questions.json.

You can have as many players as you'd like, which makes it great for parties, team activities in an office, or family events!

It is best played when everyone is in the same room; but can also be played online as well.

How to play

  • You must register as a player using your NodeRun account. The game walks you through the process. It's more fun when multiple players register.
  • As host, select a contestant either manually or randomly using the button above the contestant list.
  • Next, select a category, and then click the checkmark if the question is correct or the X if the question is incorrect.
  • As you play, the contestant prizes are listed in the winners grid on the right.

Enjoy the game and comment on this NodeRun space to let us know what you think!

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