When I came across this site, I just knew I had to check it out, because it high school everyone always got really excited when a Jeopardy game was used for a review. What got me really excited about this website was that it was a Jeopardy game created using something other than powerpoint, which was unheard of when I was in high school (unless it was just drawn on the chalkboard). Another great thing about JeopardyLabs is that it doesn’t cost anything and you don’t even have to make an account. There is an option to pay $20 for a lifetime membership with a few extra perks but I don’t see why you’d need them.
When you begin it asks you to create a password for your Jeopardy game. This is simply to prevent others from being able to edit your game, as all games are available for anyone to utilize. In fact, there are millions of already created games on the site already which may be useful for a quick review. Once you create your password you are take to a very easy to use Jeopardy template. All you have to do is fill in the information and hit save and you’re ready to go.