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This is based on the Fox TV show of the same name.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this is an interactive rendition of the popular Fox TV show of the same name, and that, like the show, it's fun for kids and adults. Sometimes you can get the final million-dollar question wrong even though your answer was correct because there may be more than one answer -- a situation that can cause some frustration. Even so, this is a fun game for families to play together. It's a great way to let the youngest members shine.
Is It Any Good?
This is a fun game for families to play together, especially if you have grade-school children. But even if your children are older, you will be surprised by how challenging the questions can be (and how much you don't remember from grade school). One of the reasons to play as a family is to provide an environment where the youngest child can show off his or her knowledge to the rest of the family.
The final million-dollar question can get a little tricky because it isn't multiple choice -- you have to type in the exact answer they want, and more than one might be correct. Even with the occasional quirk, this is a good family game. At $20, it costs less than taking the family to the movies.
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