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Pat Sajack's Lucky Letters for Mac released

updated 01:40 pm EDT, Tue March 20, 2007

Pat Sajack's Lucky Letters

Uclick has released Pat Sajack's Lucky Letters for Mac, inviting players to become a contestant on the new computer game show. Users spin the slot machine and guess the lucky letters to win big while keeping an eye out for the lucky chances to double the stakes. Players finish off the game by racing the clock to solve Pat's entire puzzle in the lightning round. Players who win five daily games in a row will be invited to play in a championship game, where clues and answers are tougher to guess and the rewards are raised. The game features three different modes which include the classic game show Lucky Letters, Lucky Ten, and the multi-player game of Lucky Players. "In Lucky Players, you and your friends compete to buzz in first to answer the clues and win the most money. There¹s brain tickling excitement for all in Pat Sajak¹s Lucky Letters game!" Pat Sajack's Lucky Letters is available for $20 via Macgamestore.com, and requires Mac OS X 10.2 or later.










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  1. BDLatimer

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Spelling of his name

    Um, MacNN (and MacGameStore), can we correct the spelling of the product name? It's "Pat Sajak" (no "c").

    Kinda scary that the folks responsible for selling this game don't have the name of the product listed correctly...

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