About Who Wants to be a Millionaire
It’s graced our TV screens for years, and now we have the chance to win money while sat at home! By turning Who wants to be a Millionaire into an online slot, Quickfire has added a whole new dimension to the game, and it’s a million times better! Featuring the iconic ‘Millionaire’ music and a cartoonised studio, it stays true to the show - the only difference here is that you’re matching colourful gems instead of answering random general knowledge questions. You’ve still got the lifelines however, but we think you’ll be phoning a friend to tell them how much fun you’re having playing along!
How to play Who Wants to be a Millionaire
We love a Megaways slot, and this might just be one of our favourites. Each spin can have up to 117649 ways to win across 6 reels, while there’s also an Extra Reel feature to add to the excitement - the extra reel will add a symbol to the reel it’s below for reels 2, 3, 4 and 5. After you’ve matched symbols, you’ll see more symbols come in from above and from the right, giving you even more opportunities to win! The Wild symbol substitutes every regular symbol too, while matching the Purple symbol will make you feel like it’s Christmas. From a £1 spin, you can potentially come away with £60.00. It might not be a million, but it’s definitely a nice sum!
Keep an eye out for the Millionaire Scatter symbol - you’ll recognise it instantly. Find 3 of them in view and you’ll not only get 8 Free Spins but also kickstart the Hot Seat Free Spins Gamble. More than 3 Scatter symbols? You’ll move further up the Gamble ladder, so we hope you’re not too scared of heights!
You’ll be pleased to hear about the Unlimited Win Multiplier too - it starts at 1 and increases after every single reaction during your Free Spins. Moving onto the Gamble, you could win up to 50 Free Spins if it’s your lucky day. Of course, you don’t have to gamble, but if you do you’ll have to choose A, B, C or D and could move up the prize ladder! We have the classic Lifelines at each gamble too, so you can phone a friend, ask the audience, or go for the 50:50 option. Good luck!