kids have been tackling Who Wants to Be a Millionaire since
its release on CD-ROM, they haven't had a fair chance at becoming
a virtual millionaire--until now. This title features pop culture
content that is entertaining and challenging for kids ages 8-13,
but certainly easier than the previous programs in the
This is a
keyboard-driven game that plays very much like the television hit.
Kids start off trying to win $100 by answering a multiple-choice
question, and every correct answer allows them to move up the
ladder of prize money. As kids work towards winning a virtual
million, they have the popular 3 life lines to fall back on--50/50
narrows down the answers to half, Ask the Audience pulls up a
poll, and Phone-A-Friend brings up a sequence in which Regis
"phones" a child, such as a straight-A student, to
consult with. An example question is "Which of the following
countries is closest to Alaska?" There are over 700
kid-friendly trivia questions, and "secret" cheat codes
are available at millionairekidsgame.com.
At a suggested retail price of only $20 US, this game will provide
plenty of entertainment.
- Fun, age-appropriate
- Simple, familiar
- Slow-moving, repetitive
comments from Regis.
||By: Disney Interactive