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Millionaire
WhoWantsToBeAMillionaireCover
Series Game Grumps VS
Game Grumps
Console Wii
Episodes 3
3
Playlist The Grumps duke it out in ALL THE GAMES. ALL OF THEM.
Run September 8, 2012 - September 15, 2012
February 4th, 2016 - February 6th, 2016
Status Complete
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Millionaire (also known as Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?) is the fifth game played by Jon and Arin on Game Grumps VS, and later with Danny as a regular series on Game Grumps, concluding with another episode on Game Grumps VS.

EpisodesEdit

Arin and JonEdit

  1. Fake money isn't real
  2. Cocaine Regis Philbin
  3. The Final Regis

Arin and DannyEdit

  1. Drowning With Money
  2. Final Answer!
  3. Winning Big

Game InformationEdit

Several video games based on the various different gameplay formats of Millionaire have been released throughout the course of the show's US history.

Versions based on the rule changes from the 2010-2011 season have been released—and offered on the show as prizes to audience contestants—on Nintendo's Wii console and Microsoft's Xbox 360.

The main game is a quiz competition whose goal is to correctly answer a series of consecutive multiple-choice questions. Originally the contestants were faced with 15 questions of increasing difficulty, but since the format was overhauled in 2010, the contestants are faced with 14 questions of random difficulty, distributed into two rounds. Each question is worth a specified amount of money; the amounts are cumulative in the first round, but not in the second. If the contestant gives a wrong answer to any question, their game is over and their winnings drop down, to $1,000 if they incorrectly answer a Round 1 question, and $25,000 if they incorrectly answer a Round 2 question. However, the contestant has the option of "walking away" without giving an answer after being presented with a question, in which case the game ends and the contestant is guaranteed a certain amount of money: in Round 1 they are guaranteed to walk away with half their cumulative total, but in Round 2 and the previous formats, they may walk away with all the money they have previously received. Before 2010, upon correctly answering questions five and ten, the contestants were guaranteed at least the amount of prize money associated with that level. If the contestant gave an incorrect answer, their winnings dropped down to the last milestone achieved. If the contestant answered a question incorrectly before reaching question five, they left with nothing.

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TriviaEdit

  • In most episodes, the girl wearing a pink shirt looks similar to Mulan, a character from Disney.


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