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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire

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1stVideo "amazon@1stvideo.com", Amazon
28 June 2007
  • Summary: Now You're on the Hot Seat with Who Wants To Be A Millionaire! TV's hit quiz show comes to the P.C. starring TV host Regis Philbin. From the creators of You Don't Know Jack, this fun-filled brain-teasing program will keep you, your family and friends entertained for hours. All the fun without the commercials!
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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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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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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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Great game great fun.....and addictive

willsmj, Ciao
1 October 2001
  • Excerpt: "...have produced this game of Who wants to be a millionaire on a CD and it is extremely lifelike. Very much like the televised game the screen comes up blue with a logo on central screen. Then a question arrives, which has four alternative answers. You, being the player, has to choose the correct answer. If you choose correctly you win £100. As a player you can take the cash or continue. If you continue and answer the next question correctly you win ...
  • Pros: great game
  • Cons: nil
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Nearly as good as the TV series

patriacon..., Ciao
4 March 2001
  • Excerpt: "...is presented by Chris Tarrant, who also voices the game. 'NO!' I here you scream! But suprisingly not as annoying as I thought he'd be. OK, if you play the game regularly, he will really get on your nerves, but he's relatively harmless in small doses :o) He uses a lot of the same lines he does on TV, such as 'Are you sure you want to play this?'. Unfortunately, if you really hate his voice, there is sadly no option to turn it off :o( But you could ...
  • Pros: Great questions,good build up of tension, Fab Multi - player options
  • Cons: The graphics could be improved, and the game can be slightly too slow
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The essential party game

johnty110, Ciao
26 February 2001
  • Excerpt: "...that now immortal question. Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? The game has the same set up and basic rules as the television show with all the options of 50:50, ask the audience and phone a friend. The only let down is that you do hear all the typical phrases that Chris Tarrant uses but you don?t see him like you were able to in the arcade game. The game also takes a long time to play (although that depends on how far you get). However, this is compensated ...
  • Pros: graphics, Hilarios phone a friends
  • Cons: you don't actually see Chris Tarrant like you do in the arcade game
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Just as on TV

LIZZIE241..., Ciao
24 February 2001
  • Excerpt: " After watching countless showings of who wants to be a millionaire on ITV and then in recent months RTE - I decided to investigate buying a version for my own PC - which I found to my delight without any trouble what so ever. Although a wee bit worried about buying this game I read through some reviews that customers had posted on the site and after reading most of them being in favour for the game I purchased. Five days later it arrived - after ...
  • Pros: great graphics and effects
  • Cons: no real cash
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Who don't want to be a millionaire

cobnutty, Ciao
1 February 2001
  • Excerpt: "...the back of my mind. Who cares if I chose the wrong answer. Simply click continue and start all over again. It is always being said on the 'real' show, that you either know the answer or you don't, and this really IS the case. I mean, do you really know where the word Juggenaut comes from? (I did and won the million). 10 out of 10 for the game play, 10 out of 10 for the randomness of the questions. (I have had no duplicates yet). It would be ...
  • Pros: No more screaming at the TV screen when you know the answer !
  • Cons: Virtual money !
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Who wants to pretend to be a millionaire

Grimsbyga..., Ciao
22 January 2001
  • Excerpt: "...could register on the official who Wants to Be a Millionaire website as a millionaire. It gives you an official password and then ranks you amongst other pretend millionaires depending on the speed questions were answered and how many lifelines we had left. There were already 8000 people who had registered. Just imagine if this country had that many millionaires in such a short space of time what a better place it would be. The novelty definitely ...
  • Pros: very playable, enjoyable especially in large groups
  • Cons: not as good after you have won, not enough questions
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