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Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
 : Who Wants to Be a Millionaire

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from: Pressman


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Price: $14.99
as of 10/21/2017 12:28 EDT

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Binding: Board Game
Brand: Pressman
Department: toys and games, holiday toys, holiday games,
EAN: 0021853050004
Item Dimensions: 300102521375
Label: Pressman
Legal Disclaimer: Age 12 to Adult, for 2 to 5 players.
Manufacturer: Pressman
Manufacturer Minimum Age: 144 months
Model: 5000
MPN: 5000
Publisher: Pressman
Studio: Pressman

Features:
  • ABC-licensed board game version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
  • The box contains 1,000 game cards, 5 question-and-answer card consoles, lifeline tokens, instructions, and plenty of fake money
  • For 2-5 players



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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Now you can experience the excitement of trying to become a millionaire, just the way it's done on TV's hottest game show! Who Wants to be a Millionaire Board Game gives each player a chance to play host while the others try to win more and more money by answering entertaining and challenging questions. Stuck for an answer? Use the same lifelines they do on TV. You can even phone a friend for the correct answer! The player who becomes a millionaire or ends up with the most money wins! For 2 to 5 players, ages 12 to adult. Made in USA.

Amazon.com:
Now you can finally prove that all that prize money Regis Philbin gives away is rightfully yours--and you can do it in the comfort of your own home, thanks to the official, ABC-licensed board game version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. Faithful to the TV show, this board game gets all the details just right--from the Lifelines to those laughably easy $100 questions. Players take turns filling in as Regis, quizzing each other from nearly 2,000 questions. As the prize money keeps doubling, someone's inevitably going to get stuck--and that's where the Lifelines come in: Phone-a-Friend (either a fellow player or an actual phone call); Ask the Audience (your fellow players); or ask to see the 50:50 option (cards slip into a plastic console that lets the host cover up a couple incorrect answers). The first one to win that ever-elusive million dollars is the champion. The box contains 1,000 game cards, five question-and-answer card consoles, Lifeline tokens, instructions, and plenty of fake money. Gather family and friends (two to five people can play) and start up a game of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire--you might never watch TV again. --Paul Hughes



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