The epitome of pricing gamedom: tis' name is Pathfinder!
The game itself is great! And really, the game almost plays more like a regular car game than an SP game, with the main pricing aspect not coming from the SPs, unlike every other SP game--even Five Price Tags, really.
The game itself is kinda' like Lucky $even, in a far-fetched kind of way, with the contestant guessing each digit one at a time. But the contestant steps to the number, and to the next number, forming a path that's the price... cool concept there, really! And yeah, there're the SPs that give a second chance if the contestant makes a mistake... not usually the most exciting part of the game, but then, if they're on the last second chance prize....
And the set itself is a magical thing. Or a giant keypad, which itself is useless in real life. But it makes the game all the more endearing, pulling off the orange and green color combo that Pick a Number doesn't wear as well. Might help that the keys all have a ring around them that light up, and the back of the set, and the weird and nifty Pathfinder font. And all the lights: on the keypad, randomly dancing around, and on the price display, and the title itself, all going to their own beats! The small prize stands look nice too, though I prefer when the possible prices used to be green, and the reveal price was white. Guess we'll never know why they switched them.
10 out of 10 on the old scale. Duh!