Click: Three teams of two members competed in this interactive website race game. In Round 1, each of the 3 teams were given 60 seconds (independently) to earn as much money as they possibly could by using a computer and mouse to randomly select the category with their dollar value (which was either $25 or $50 in Round 1), and then racing to the appropriate places while answering each question. Several questions asked you to go to either the "Web Site," where you could receive e-mails (by naming who wrote this e-mail letter), Click Pix (questions regarding a photo) or Sound Bytes (Q's with audio). There was also the "Word Wizard," whose questions ranged from Spellcheck (identify the misspelled word in each of the phrases), Dictionary (e.g., What is the right spelling of the word)?, or Thesaurus (e.g., What word has a certain definition)? Also, there was "Double Click," in which one question could double the team's score. They kept at it until time runs out. In Round 2, a team stood at their podium until their partner comes up with the wrong answer or they click on the "Virus," which in their situation, host Seacrest asked a question to the opposing two teams, the team who buzzed in with the right answer got control of the mouse or the team at the computer remained there. Dollar values were $50-$75. In the third and final round, Host Seacrest would be in control of the mouse, while each team is separated. One player from each team went to either the Motherboard, Web Site or Word Wizard while the other teammate stayed at their podiums. Each correct answer on a question was worth $100. After the teammates switched from their podiums to the stations, 3x, etc., whoever has the most money wins the game. In the bonus round, the team had to answer 3 questions correctly to win 2 laptop computers. Very often, the team clicked a question, and went to the proper area, thus the teammate would answer the question. The teammate has 45 seconds to get all 3 questions right before winning the computers. During its two-season run, there was no Motherboard; players had to run to the "Hard Drive" for general knowledge questions, but the Word Wizard and Web Site remained (although the Web Site had never been mentioned). The other change in the first round was that only one player remained at the mouse while his/her partner did all the racing. If the racer gets the question wrong or passes, then the clicker could answer it. Limited changed were made in the second round and everything was completed that the "Virus" was renamed the "Crash". In the third round, in order to promote appropriate behavior, Host Seacrest turned his back to the screen when he clicked. Also in the second season, the bonus round was tweaked so that each correct answer would win the team $100 in 60 seconds (instead of 45), and all 3 correct answers won that team the jackpot and those computers.
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|Released:||September 06, 1997|
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