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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

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  • Based on the hugely successful TV show
  • Answer your way to a million pounds by answering entertaining questions
  • Take turns to act as game show host
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Technical Details
Item Weight2 Kg
Product Dimensions36.2 x 26.4 x 7.8 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:12 years and up
Item model numberWWTBAM
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 66,049 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.3 Kg
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Date First Available1 Jan 2002

Product Description

Amazon.co.uk Review

Ask the audience what they think of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire and the answer certainly won't be 50-50. They'll love it.

Players take turns to act as question master while the others try to win more and more money by answering fun questions. Players use their own handheld display modules containing the questions and the object of the game is to be the first player to win a million pounds, or to be the wealthiest player after a pre-determined number of rounds.

As on television, if a player gets stuck for an answer, lifelines can be used--"50-50" (the question master deletes two incorrect answers and the player chooses one from the remainder); "Ask the Audience" (other players show what they think the answer is--hopefully); and, of course, you can still "Phone a Friend" (telephone not included!)

Players might not ever get rich playing this board game but they can experience all the tension and excitement of being either the question master or a participant in this very popular game. --Susan Naylor

Manufacturer's Description

Answer your way to a million pounds by playing this award-winning board game. Players can experience the tension and excitement of being a contestant by answering entertaining and amusing questions as well as taking turns to act as the game show host. You also have 50:50, Ask The Audience and Phone-A-Friend to help you win.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By no1filmaddict on 15 Jan 2004
When the hit TV show 'Who Want's To Be A Millionaire' first came to our screens it immediately became a huge hit and it was that which inspired this game.
It's basically exactly the same as it is on TV. You pick a question master/ Chris Tarant and then it's just up to you to answer the questions correctly and win the £100,000,0 jackpot. This Junior version is especially neat because it is designed for the kids so they don't have to miss out on all the fun.
A great game based on a great TV show and if you buy this i guarantee that by the time you have gone through all the questions a few times, your general knowlage will improve drastically.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. T. Ralph VINE VOICE on 26 Dec 2003
This game is reasonably good fun, and can be played in the same way as the TV gameshow or in an alternative method for up to four players as described in the box. The alternative method is confusing and not very well explained, however, and many people will ignore it.
Because the game isn't intended to be used like the TV gameshow, however, Ask the Audience figures and 50:50 eliminated choices aren't included, which makes the game a lot less worthwhile than it otherwise might be. With so much Millionaire merchandise as well as the TV gameshow to go by, I'd be inclined to give this one a miss. One of the question books would probably be a better purchase.
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