- Who Wants to be a Villionaire

Disney trivia has never been more fun than playing Who Wants To Be A Villionaire on You can climb into the virtual Hot Seat across from infamous Disney personalities, such as Scar, Maleficent, Hades, Lady Tremaine, the Queen from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Jafar, Ursula, Captain Hook, Yzma, Claude Frollo, Gaston and the Queen of Hearts. Each host asks 15 questions themed to the film in which they appear. Answer all 15 and get a printable Villion Dollar bill. Answer all 15 without error and also receive the grand prize, a "limited-edition wallpaper."

The Disney Villains serve as the hosts of Who Wants To Be A Villionaire

The rules are similar to the "Millionaire" show that this Flash program is based upon:

*Once the game begins you'll have 30 seconds to select your response and confirm that it is your final answer
*At any point during the game, you can get help from one of your three lifelines - 50/50, Ask the Audience and Phone-a-Fiend (Ask Cruella DeVil but follow her advice at your own risk!)

Each day's villain serves as the host of that day's contest. Their personalities are constantly present as they respond to your answers throughout the game.

The $1,000 and $32,000 questions are the Gravestone questions. However, don't stop until you reach the "Villion-dollar question." You are allowed to keep going even if you mess up; you simply won't have the opportunity to "win" the limited-edition wallpaper.

After you finish the game, you can download and print a "Villion Dollar" bill featuring that day's host. If you miss a day, you can collect all of the dollars by playing previous days' games.

At the end of the game, you will have the opportunity to print out a coupon for $10 off a $75 purchase at the Disney Store or You also have the chance to go up against previous "villain" hosts from previous days.

Who Wants To Be A Villionaire is a lot of fun for visitors of all ages. I like how the took the popular Millionaire game and themed it to Halloween with the popular Disney villains. Fifteen questions themed to the various Disney features that each villain represents is just the right amount of questions.

Whether you love Disney animated film trivia or are simply looking for some holiday fun, Who Wants To Be A Villionaire is worth the time that you'll spend trying to conquer each and every Disney baddie that this game throws at you.

2002 Update: This game is being offered as part of Disney Blast, a premium pay service offered by Disney.

-Review by Matthew Walker; Graphics ©Disney

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