Ten years after the first version was released, Stu’s Double Jeopardy! v2 has finally surfaced, and what a launch it has been. Sure, it’s only been a few short weeks in development, but the addition of this interactive website to support the program has taken this little educational program to a whole new level.
With its customizable quizzes and skins, and the ability to play with up to six people or six teams, you can make this educational and motivational gameshow one of your more powerful teaching and learning tools. Or for those just looking for fun at the next party or conference, Stu’s Double Jeopardy can make a huge difference when it’s blown up onto the big screen. Jump over to the Download page to get your copy today.
With all the features and benefits of this program, you’ll wonder why it’s free. As the launch drew ever-closer, I was starting to wonder that myself – but, the decision to keep it completely free was made before I started working on it, and I’m sticking to that. Ad-free, Nag-free, Spyware-free and Virus-free. Now that the program has been released though, I have to inform that it isn’t in fact completely free. For all the work I did in developing it, I expect people who download and use it to actually do some work in return. Create your own gameshow quiz using the program and share it! I would like everybody to submit just one (or more if you’re so inclined) custom quiz so that I can add it to this site for others to download and use. Similarly, if you’re able to create a Skin for Jeopardy, why not share that? Details about Quizzes and Skins can be accessed from the menu at the top of the page.
Finally, I’d just like to say that I’ve really enjoyed putting Stu’s Double Jeopardy together, but I know it won’t be stopping there. There’s always room for suggestions and improvements, and if you have any comments, please respond to the articles at this site. Together we can all make this great program even better. I look forward to hearing from you and receiving your quizzes and skins. I’m particularly interested in hearing how schools are using it and what their students think of Stu’s Double Jeopardy!