Reviews and Problems with Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?
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Kathleen Filer, Amazon
31 March 2013
Summary: Just like tv, I know some answers, some I don't. It would be nice to know more answers, I am not dumb. Just don't know some of the answers. I do enjoy playing it. I feel I learn as I go along.
Summary: If you have played any previous versions of Who Wants To Be a Millionaire, then expect this one to throw away anything that worked for you, and prepare for this new timer version. This maybe called this title, but it's more like Hot Seat, only you can't pass on answers to give to someone else.
Summary: This is a really fun game, and plays just like the new TV show with Meredith Vieira. The only problem is the game freezes up after a while, which means there is a defect of some sort. I returned it. Since it was kind of expensive I didn't want to take my chances on a replacement.
Summary: This game is pretty much exactly like the game show with the questions and the life lines. One thing I noticed that I don't like is that it says there are lots of questions, but I noticed after playing this game for a short time that the questions start to repeat. I won the million dollars, but that is because I looked up some of the answers on the Internet while I was playing. But I think it is worth the buy so don't hesitate to buy this game!
Summary: I really enjoy this game but have a few suggestions for improvement. My grandkids and family like to share it and there are not enough options for new contestants. Also, I have vision problems and would like to have the questions in a bigger font.
Conclusion: Not as good as other Who Wants To Be A Millionaire games. The databank is limited for low money questions. The thing that I was more disappointed with was the fact that your score doesn't get saved, so no one knows how far you got. I do like that you can pick your phone a friend and that you are given a choice of four people and what areas they are interested in.