One boy sits in the hot seat. He has 10 seconds left to answer the question and move up to $5,000. Is this the hit show "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?" No, it's the NOAC hit game, "Winning Lines."
The NOAC game "Winning Lines" is a slightly modified version of the British game show by the same name. The creators of "Winning Lines" also created "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?"
The game has two rounds. In the first round, there are four competitors. The questions asked in this round only have four possible answers total, and each contestant is assigned a possible answer. When a question is correctly answered, the person who has that answer receives a strike. If a contestant incorrectly answers a question, then they receive a strike. Just like in baseball, after three strikes, you're out of the game. The last person remaining gets to play "The Wonder Wall."
The Wonder Wall has 50 answers on it and the contestant in the final round has 15 seconds to choose the correct answer after the question is read. There are two free passes available when the contestant does not know the answer, and two pit stop passes when the contestant wishes to have an additional 15 seconds to answer. If the contest wishes to walk away, they can call "bail out." After 20 correct answers, the Arrowmen is rewarded with one million OA "dollars."