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Crorepati bug bites the virtual world

20-December-2000
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Crorepati bug bites the virtual world

After turning the nation into a bunch of crorepati-crazed couch potatoes and spawning an entire range of "How to win...." books, the KBC bug has now bitten the virtual world. A host of Indian clones of the superhit game show are online.

While some like the AKSI Game Show, a GK-based online quiz show, have modified the concept a little, others like Mindfever's Croremaster have directly taken off on KBC, replete with lifelines, such as '4 ka 2' and 'phone-a-friend', or 'ask Babumoshai'.

Then there are other gaming sites that are offering a huge database of questions that will help you say Mein Banuga Crorepati and Who wants to be a millionaire.

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