Who wants to be a Millionaire
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Take to the hot-seat of the world’s most iconic quiz show! In Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Special Editions, you can tailor your quiz experience with a range of question packs suited to your interests or areas of expertise. Update your library of questions with new packs and push your quiz skills to lofty new heights!
In this core question pack, there are 600 questions from all fields of knowledge to put your grey matter to the test! Question left you stumped? Make use of the classic three lifelines: Fifty-Fifty, Ask The Audience, and Phone-A-Friend. Up to four friends can compete locally, and contestants are able to post their scores to the global leaderboards to prove just how knowledgeable they really are. Ready? Then let’s play, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?
- 600 general knowledge questions
- Three classic lifelines: 50:50, Ask The Audience, and Phone-A-Friend
- Up to four friends can compete in the local multiplayer mode
- Online leaderboards: prove to the world your knowledge is the most formidable!
Mixed emotions about itPur3Bolt | Sept. 16, 2013 | See all Pur3Bolt's reviews »
The game is what you expect it to be...a PC version of the TV show Who wants to be a millionaire. The questions get harder as you progress, which is obvious, the game mimics the real show quite accurately. I don't like that I have to watch the intro scene every single time, the game is also a bit dull if you don't buy a specific DLC along it. Is it worth the money? More of a no than a yes, but if you want to have a game to test your knowledge, go for it
Quite DullDeathbrother | June 1, 2013 | See all Deathbrother's reviews »
This game may keep you entertained for a brief period (less then a week), but after the first initial buzz of being in the highlight its true nature starts to leak through. Tedious actions and repetitive questions are just some of the features you'll discover when playing this game. I would only recommend this as a party game..and that's if your really desperate.
Quite Short and mediocre.fable2 | Jan. 30, 2013 | See all fable2's reviews »
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, 2nd Edition is a game that is the show in whole. There is nothing in this game to divert the idea of the show away from the game. The graphics score is low because there is really no graphics in the game apart from maybe a chair and a menu. The gameplay really depends on if you like the idea of question and answer things.
The sound is okay with all of the voices and little sound effects but it doesn't go beyond that and it doesn't need to. All it is, is the show just put into the game and it is trying to reflect the show as much as possible with the game. The length is actually quite short because it is just a TV show game but you can play it again and again. This is really just a game of the TV show, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.
Still not sure if i like it or not....jpbuntinx | Jan. 29, 2013 | See all jpbuntinx's reviews »
If you've ever seen the show on tv, you will surely have participated in your seat. This game allows you to do the same on PC. Yes, it's fun in the beginning. For like, once a week, like the tv show. Beyond that? Well....not really.
A repetitive gamepanz3r88 | Jan. 28, 2013 | See all panz3r88's reviews »
Who wants to be a Millionaire reproduce exactly what happens in the famous TV show. If you are a fan of this quiz you should buy this game. The game is simple but quite short and repetitive and there aren't many questions: the only way to expand it is to buy some DLC.