Jeopardy! Deluxe Edition is the third GameTek adaptation of the Merv Griffin TV game show Jeopardy! for 16-bit consoles. It was released very close to Jeopardy! Sports Edition, which uses the same engine. The goal is to provide questions for the answers presented on the board, though the player is not required to fill in the "What is ___?" part of their response. Categories are drawn from many different topics, and the game allows the player to reshuffle the categories if they are not to their liking.
The game is the last Jeopardy! licensed game for SNES and Genesis. GameTek would produce one more Jeopardy! game in 1998 for the Nintendo 64 before filing for bankruptcy.