If you ever wanted to be a guest in one of those famous tv shows such as Deal or no Deal, Who wants to be a Millionaire or Blockbusters, now is your chance for it, at least in the virtual world. WeDigTV, the World's first TV2 Network, lets you play these shows and a couple more blending show footage with interactivity.
The interaction is well done and brings back some memories. Make sure you choose the Free Play to just play the shows for fun. I was not sure what the paid version is for, and honestly, I did not bother looking it up on their website. Blockbuster for instance was fun but the opponent team always got the right answer which is not really what I expected.
Update: We Dig TV is not available anymore. When you try to open the website right now, you get an authorization request, which is always a bad sign. It seems that the service has been pulled from the Internet, and while it is not clear if this is a temporary situation or permanently, it sure feels as if this is a permanent thing.
In its heyday, We Dig TV offered access to a number of shows. The full show list was this: Blocbusters, Bullseye, Catchphrase, Countdown, Family Fortunes, Deal or no deal, Who wants to be a millionaire, the price is right.
The only alternative that I could find is the Who wants to be a millionaire online game over at Dadt. Please notice that this is the U.S. American version of the game, which means that you may stumble upon questions that may be to U.S centric for non U.S. visitors of the site.
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