Sorry lads and ladettes, but we can’t figure out why people like the TV show. What a load of pointless bullshit. The good news is that we don’t have to review that show, but instead we’ll look at the Deal Or No Deal slot. (Spoiler: it’s awesome. Go play.)
The design is pretty standard - bright colors and has the same flare that we suppose was used on the TV show. 5 reels, 20 paylines. All that aside, the game is pretty simple to play. It goes a bit something like this.
If you get 3 or more bonus symbols on a paid line, you’ll get to play the Mystery Bonus Round. There are 15 boxes overall that are sealed and 11 of them are cash prizes. You can open a “Win All” to get all 11 of the prizes, but if you open an empty box, the game is over.
If you get three or more of the bonus symbols, you’ll trigger the actual Deal Or No Deal aspect of the slot. What you do is play through the game to see if you win that progressive jackpot. Note: you need to be playing max bet in order to trigger the Deal Or No Deal bonus round.
Furthermore, you can trigger two more bonuses:
- The Banker’s Best Offer - you will get offered 10 boxes consecutively and go through each one to decide if you want to keep it or not. If you didn’t select on, you’ll get the contents of the final briefcase.
- Reel Banker - unlimited free spins with a 2x multiplier until you see the banker show up on the middle reel.
Clearly more fun than the actual TV show. Simple, easy to play, and a good winning chance that you could win a good ‘deal’ of money! Hah! See what we did there!?
Click here to see what kind of ‘deals’ you can make! Haha, another one!