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Create your own ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?’ game with Jason Grammes
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Create your own ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?’ game with Jason Grammes
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Join Jason Grammes in this short tutorial where he’ll take you through all the steps to create this famous interactive game on Adobe Captivate.

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2022-09-07 18:06:07
2022-09-07 18:06:07

This is friggin’ AWESOME! In about an hour, I had a fun, interactive game based on some… less than interesting content! All you Captivate game wizards – let’s share more of these templates! PLEASE!

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2022-08-15 12:07:02
2022-08-15 12:07:02

This looks great!  When I click the link to download the game – it takes me to another page. Can anyone point me in the right direction?

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2022-08-16 07:36:40
2022-08-16 07:36:40
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Thanks for pointing this out. I have updated the link to take you to the correct page.

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2022-08-13 21:08:27
2022-08-13 21:08:27

Customations Hi, sorry, could you please tell us how to have indefinite or much larger sets of questions in the event that there are different levels (let’s say intermediate “players” versus elementary) and, as such, tons of different questions in those levels? What I mean by this is not “how can you add dollar amounts so that basically to get to the million one would need to answer like 65,000 questions,” but instead, I mean, once the game is won or lost, is there a way for them to start over and have entirely new questions in a smooth way that would make it seem to them, the players, that there’s simply an indefinite number of games they can play? Sorry if this isn’t the right place to ask the question, this is my first time in this community. Thank you in any case for the tutorial, it’s a great idea. It’d be awesome if there were teams that could play against each other, and a chat so they could talk.

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2022-08-06 23:20:25
2022-08-06 23:20:25

Meant only to be a helpful comment… “Congratulations” is misspelled.  Also, “onto”, as in, “on to question 2” should have a space between on and to.

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2022-08-03 16:50:08
2022-08-03 16:50:08

Thank you, it’s helping

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2022-07-12 17:25:37
2022-07-12 17:25:37

I’m new here, loving the videos so far. Also, love the creative gamification element described in this video, would love to see more content like this in the future!

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