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ZOOM Who Wants To Be a
Millionaire
Sold Out (Win95/98/Me/XP) (Retail) (WHOWANTSPR)

Publisher: Jellyvision / Disney Interactive

Game / Trivia

ESRB Rating: Everyone

Now You're on the Hot Seat!

All the fun without the commercials!

  • Starring TV host Regis Philbin
  • As many players as you can fit around the keyboard
  • Hours of mind-bending fun
  • Tracks player's winnings
  • Hundreds of brain-teasing questions
  • Original, dramatic show music

Is That Your Final Answer?

Virtual Regis - You don't need to go to New York. Regis can make you sweat bullets at home in front of your friends.

Hot Seat - You're just 15 correct answers from being a virtual millionaire. Do you play it safe or risk it all?

Fastest Finger - Be the first to answer correctly and advance to the Hot Seat. It's what you know... and how fast you know it.

Lifelines - Get help with your Lifelines: Ask the Audience, Phone a Friend or 50/50. Use them carefully... you only have three.

Requirements:

Windows 95/98/Me/XP: Pentium class processor, 133MHz or faster, 32MB RAM (64MB recommended), 160MB free disk space, quad speed CD-ROM drive or faster, DirectX compatible video card with 640x480 screen size and 16 bit color, 16 bit DirectX compatible sound card, Windows compatible mouse and keyboard.

Tested OK on Windows XP.



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