Win Lose or Draw
If you love the television show "Win, Lose or Draw" you'll probably enjoy this NES version of the game. In this title you need to solve picture puzzles of famous people, titles and phrases. Play against the computer or team up with friends or family for a little friendly competition. Your NES does the sketching, and reveals humorous clues along the way. Or, test your own artistic skills with a special controller feature that enables you to draw your own pictures. Either way you've got 60 seconds to solve the puzzle before the timer runs out. Win, Lose or Draw boasts about 500 different pictures that appear randomly. It's hilarious fun for the entire family.
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This video game, released in 1988, was developed by Softie, Inc. and published by Hi-Tech Expressions, Inc. There was also a version created for Commodore 64, NES.
Win, Lose or Draw used to be a popular show on TV, that required artistic skills and also a kind of gift to think laterally. One of your team players draws anything he or she feels like on the big game board, and then you must guess what it represents. This ‘anything’ will be some common expression that is depicted literally. For example, a 'bright idea' showing a light bulb above someone's head, and a 'cabin fever' as a shaky building beside a man with a thermometer in his mouth.
In the video game, a computer handles the drawing part of the game. So that your task now is just to guess a picture’s meaning by thinking creatively. There will be 60 seconds for your team, and you have to guess repeatedly, but the picture requires time to take shape. If you cannot guess correctly, the opposition has only 15 seconds to find the answer with only one try and steal the money. The team with the most points wins.