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Platform:  Windows
Release Date: Holiday 2006   
Publisher: Atari, Inc.  
Developer: U-Click/Pat Sajak Games
Category: Puzzle
ESRB Rating: Rating Pending

PRODUCT OVERVIEW:
Pat Sajak’s Lucky Letters invites gamers of all ages to test their luck and be a contestant on his exciting new computer game show. Pat Sajak’s Lucky Letters is a fast-paced game that combines the excitement of a TV game show with the challenge of a word puzzle. Pat Sajak’s Lucky Letters features three different game variations: Lucky Letters (individual play for points), Lucky 10 (fast-paced individual-play variation), Lucky Players (for two or more players). All three Pat Sajak’s Lucky Letters variations feature Pat’s voice as he hosts and offers fun comments on the games.

THE PAT SAJAK BRAND:
• This year marks Pat Sajak's 25th year as host of Wheel of Fortune
• Pat Sajak has three Emmy Awards, a People's Choice Award, and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
• Wheel of Fortune has ranked as television's #1 syndicated series for 89 consecutive sweeps periods
• Pat Sajak is seen by more than 45 million viewers per week
• Honored as one of TV Guide's "50 Greatest Game Shows of All Time," Wheel of Fortune airs in more than 200 markets representing 99% of the U.S

Pat Sajak’s Lucky Letters is the first game in an all-new series of games from popular TV game show host Pat Sajak and his team of game experts at Pat Sajak Games

PRODUCT FEATURES:
• Three game variations
• Games packed full of audio featuring Pat Sajak’s voice
• Individual and multiplayer variations
• Games takes place on a virtual TV game show set
• More than 30,000 different clues and answers
• Integrated Slot Machine determines the points for answers
• Win five games in a row to play in a special championship game


SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:
• Windows 98/ME/2000/XP, 400MHz or faster processor
• 128MB RAM, DirectSound-compatible sound card

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