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Wheel of Fortune: Junior Edition

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Wheel of Fortune: Junior Edition is a puzzle game developed by Rare Ltd. in 1989 for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Based on the famous TV show of the same name, but geared to be solvable by a younger audience, the goal is to solve word puzzles by guessing the missing letters. Up to three human players can play against each other at a time, taking turns spinning the wheel that has designated amounts of money in most spaces but also has spaces that can bankrupt the player. Players can guess a consonant letter, and if that letter fits the puzzle, the spaces where they fit will be filled and the player earns the cash amount specified by their spin of the wheel, multiplied by the number of occurrences of the letter. Vowels can be purchased using the player's earnings.

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