A lot or a little?
The parents' guide to what's in this app.
What parents need to know
Parents need to know that Who Wants to Be a Millionaire is a trivia game that behaves just like the television show on which it is based. Players answer questions that increase in difficulty and dollar value until they cash out, choose a wrong answer, or win the million (virtual) dollars. Along the way, players can use lifelines just like on the show. Although this is a one-player game, families might enjoy coming up with answers together.
- Parents say
- Kids say
you wind up spending 100s of dollars before you know it .They constantly have pop up s trying to get u to spend crystals for chances that cost rl money,Unfortunately it is nothing like the TV show.You dont play real people and theres alot of shaming when u miss questions.trying to get you to spend the few rewards you get.Its sad cuz i had high hope for the game.
Is it any good?
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire is a fun and challenging game show app that will be especially popular among fans of the show. The game includes 75 to 115 questions in each of the different subject categories, with additional question packs available for purchase for $.99 each. Questions pull from topics that will be familiar to kids -- like cartoons -- to those that will probably require someone with a few more years under their belt -- like "Great Thinkers." On average, the questions seemed slightly easier than what you'd find on the TV show, so you may have a shot at nabbing the elusive million dollar prize.