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  • Summary: Sierra brings the magic of the 1970s gameshow "$100,000 Pyramid" to your PC with one, two, and four-player modes.
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 5
  2. Negative: 0 out of 5
  1. It is one of those games, which can be played by family members as well as a party group. It is fast paced, well done, and never a dull moment.
  2. 80
    One of the better game show titles we've played. If it weren't for the disserted theme song and the inability to see the words and categories you've missed, we'd rate this much higher.
  3. If you don't plan on having (four) contestants at a time, you'd be well advised to steer clear of Pyramid and pick up the latest copy of "You Don't Know Jack" instead.
  4. If you're a nostalgia buff looking for a good party game, The $100,000 Pyramid isn't a bad choice, especially considering the 20-buck price. But be warned: it's not a particularly engrossing one-player game.
  5. Once the nostalgia wears off, you’re left with a mediocre game show game that can hardly compete with the likes of Sierra On-Line’s successful "You Don’t Know Jack" franchise.