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Who Wants to be a Millionaire?
     How to Play
     How the Questions are Dealt
How to Play the 2 Player Version
The aim is to try to end up with more prize money than your opponent. Just like in the real 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire?' you win money by answering multiple choice questions correctly. The prize money increases in bigger steps as you make your way to being a millionaire.

If you get an answer wrong, then it is the end of the game for you.

Wrong answers also lose you prize money as follows:

Wrong AnswerFinal Prize Money
Before £1 000£0
At £1 000£1 000
Above £1 000 and below £32 000£1 000
At £32 000£32 000
Above £32 000 and below £1 000 000£32 000
 
You can choose 'Take Money' at any point in time. This ends the game for you and freezes your prize money at that point. You do this after you have seen the next question, but before you answer it. Your opponent can continue to try to get more prize money than you, but takes the risk that if they get an answer wrong, they drop back as shown in the table above.
How the Questions are 'Dealt'
The questions are all from previous quizzes of 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire?' on The Internet Geographer. They are all on general geographical knowledge.

The questions are graded in 3 levels of difficulty. There is a random function built in to shuffle the questions. Each game therefore deals a different set of questions to each player.

This version is harder than the one player version because

  • It deals new questions for each game.
  • There are only 3 grades of difficulty.
  • Questions cover a wider range of geographical knowledge.

    Hopefully you'll have fun and learn a little more.