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4.8 out of 10

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire

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Overall 6
6.0

Who Wants to be a Millionaire

RyanC92, Ciao
12 April 2008
  • Excerpt: "...Japan, and Italy. == RULES == In Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, the aim of the game is to give 15 correct answers, to 15 multiple choice questions, for the chance to win a massive, £1'000'000 ! . If you get stuck, there are three lifelines to help you out, 50/50, Phone A Friend, and 'Ask The Audience. When a contestant reaches question 5(£1000) and 10(£32'000) respectively, they reach what are known as milestones. These mean that even if a ...
  • Pros: VERY similar to TV show
  • Cons: repetative
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Overall 8
8.0

Build up your general knowledge

beautiful..., Ciao
18 April 2007
  • Excerpt: "I bought this game on PC, the game only took a few minutes to install. The game is fun and very entertaining. The game is just like the TV version and the animation of the set is very good and the tone of Chris Tarrant's questioning is just like the real programme. The tension can really build up, particularly when you get to the £32,000 mark. I have played this a few times, even below the 1,0000 mark, the questions are sometimes very hard to ...
  • Pros: fun, exciting way of learning general knowledge
  • Cons: no fastest fingers first
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Overall 6
6.0

Who Wants to be a Millionaire (PC)

allyoxley, Ciao
25 May 2006
  • Excerpt: "...case you don;t know what Who Want's to be a Millionaire is, it is a quiz programme on ITV hosted by Chris Tarrant. It is set in a studio on a 1 to 1 basis and the object of the game is to answer questions correclty and as you do you climb a money ladder starting from £100 and ending on a £1,000,000. When asked a question you are given four possible answers to choose from. During the course of the game you have three lifelines you can use in case you ...
  • Pros: Similiar to TV Game
  • Cons: phone a friend irritating
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Overall 8
8.0

You've just lost...

WS1978200..., Ciao
5 August 2003
  • Excerpt: "The TV show of Who Wants to be a Millionaire was probably the finest cash for answers quiz show ever produced. I always remember thinking it sounded so easy; First they showed you the question, which you could decline to answer and keep where you was, secondly they gave you three 'lifelines' to help you along and finally you only had to answer 15 questions to win one million pounds!!!!! The show was a phenomenon and I wasn't surprised to see it released ...
  • Pros: Just like the real thing
  • Cons: repeated questions
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Overall 8
8.0

Become a millionaire - but it'll cost you.

peji, Ciao
23 November 2002
  • Excerpt: "...when you think about it, Who Wants to be a Millionaire is just questions, and after a while, that isn't exactly fun. So if you see it in a sale, or second hand, I would buy it. It's fun for the family, or for parties. If you like the TV show, and are always shouting the answers at the TV, then why not try your luck at the home PC game?....Is that your final answer? ...
  • Pros: A Novelty  -  fun for the family or a party, Loads of questions  -  you wont repeat one, Set in a virtual studio
  • Cons: Chris Tarrant doesn't actually speak the questions, you don't SEE Chriss, gets slightly boring, you have to wait in between questions  -  gets a bit annoying
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Overall 6
6.0

Is That Your Final Answer

adz_2k2, Ciao
28 June 2002
  • Excerpt: "...head with them and see who is more the brainbox and who can win more virtual money. There are three types of multiplayer game... 1. Fastest Finger... this is where more thna one player has a certain key on the keyboard to press when they think they know which order the answers go in. It seems quite simple, but if you get it wrong, you will not have another opportunity until everyone gets it wrong. This is probably the worst of the multiplayer modes. 2. ...
  • Pros: Fun to play with friends .
  • Cons: Not much fun on your own, questions begin repeating themselves after a few plays
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Overall 6
6.0

Who wants to be a millionaire. I do.

werdnajas, Ciao
8 June 2002
  • Excerpt: "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? I certainly do, and so can you when you play WWTBAM. The quiz show has STORMED over the world and has become one of (if not, the) most successful quiz show in the world. I remember saying to myself when it first came out, "this would make a great PC game", and it certainly does. The minimum requirements are as follows according to the manual: Windows 95/98 Pentium 266 16 Mb RAM 2MB video card (DX7 compliant) 70MB ...
  • Pros: Very accurate to the show
  • Cons: Lacks extra questions
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Overall 10
10

SHUT IT, AND LETS GET ON WITH THE GAME

paul110, Ciao
24 March 2002
  • Excerpt: "The computer version of ITV's Who Wants To Be A Millionare? it comes complete with all the features of the Tv version, 50:50, Phone a friend and ask the audience, and the music as well. Oh before I forget you also get Chris Tarrant. but after a while you just want to get on with answering the questions but there is no way to stop him speaking and you have to go through it all every game. apart from this it is an exellent game and one that i highly ...
  • Pros: graphics
  • Cons: cant stop chris
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Overall 10
10

who wants to be a virtual millionaire

psybitch, Ciao
4 February 2002
  • Excerpt: "Who wants to be a millionaire? Well I did and all from the comfort of my own home and I wasn’t nervous at all :) The graphics on this game are really good; every thing looks so real. They have most definitely recreated the atmosphere of the TV show. The set is the same, they play the same sort of music as the show, and best of all they have used Chris Tarrants voice. When you reach each milestone, which are 1000 pounds, and 32,000 ...
  • Pros: graphics great sounds
  • Cons: no Chris Tarrant
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Overall 10
10

who wants to be a virtual millionaire

toni2002t..., Ciao
24 January 2002
  • Excerpt: "Who wants to be a millionaire? Well I did and all from the comfort of my own home and I wasn’t nervous at all :) The graphics on this game are really good; every thing looks so real. They have most definitely recreated the atmosphere of the TV show. The set is the same, they play the same sort of music as the show, and best of all they have used Chris Tarrants voice. When you reach each milestone, which are 1000 pounds, and 32,000 ...
  • Pros: great graphics and sound
  • Cons: no Chris Tarrant : (
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