Yes, it's everybody's favorite small prize game! It doesn't necessarily use small prizes, but otherwise, it has all the charm of the real Secret "X".
To win another X, I must tell them the price of this riding lawnmower.
It was $1,275, so I get another X. Let's put it where every other contestant does.
Next is this dartboard. It comes with the incredibly reasonable choice of $14 or $15.
And, as frequently happens in Secret "X", the less-sensible price was correct. I'll keep placing my X's like every other contestant does.
Just like the real Secret "X"!
You know, I really hate that whole secret X thing. This time, I'm going to put my second X in the lower left-hand corner.
And I'm going to place my third X right here.
It works in the Commodore 64 version, too.