Penn and Teller host a series of "scam minigames" enabling the game owner to use them as pranks.
Did You Know?
This game was never officially released. By the time it was completed, developer Imagineering and publisher Absolute Entertainment went out of business. Though rights to the game went to Skyworks Interactive, Absolute had owed money to Penn & Teller when they went out of business, and the dissolve of the company meant that any rights pertaining to Penn & Teller's intellectual property, likenesses and performance within the title were revoked. See more
Button A means, "yeah." Button B means, "Yeah!" And Button C means "YEAH!" Not pressing any of the buttons means... you forgot to press one of the buttons.