The first question we have for you is, 'Are you familiar with the Who Wants to be a Millionaire concept?' Surely there can't be anyone left in 2007 who doesn't know the drill. 15 questions, ascending in difficulty as correct answers become more valuable, the lure of winning a virtual million, and that's all. Former Tiswas presenter Chris Tarrant asks the questions and you answer, hopefully correctly. There are four possible answers to choose from, and if you are stuck for a response, there are the familiar features from the TV programme to fall back on. You can go 50:50 where two possible answers are taken away; Ask The Audience gives you the chance to peruse the assembled virtual throng's opinion; and Phone-A-Friend lets you take advice with an answer from the ether.
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? is a trivia game, no more no less, but get a few folks playing at once and it can turn into something of a battleground where you can reveal yourself as a walking encyclopaedia or a confused airhead. Good old-fashioned entertainment will never go out of style and Who Wants to be a Millionaire? fits the bill nicely.