About The Deal Or No Deal Slot
I guess by now everyone reading this will know how Deal Or No Deal works. To be honest, I've tried watching
the TV game and I don't get it... it's basically a load of 50/50 calls and you may aswell just do away with the first
30 minutes of the programme and just open one box LOL. OK, OK: I can see that it creates tension and
excitement so I'm not surprised that they have made several online games based on Deal Or No Deal, one of which you can see above.
The version of the game you see above is a version known as "The Banker's Riches". You can see it's a pretty plain looking
beast to be fair with 3 bonus features triggered by getting 3 of certain symbols in view. There is another version of the
Deal Or No Deal slot which is more like a fruit machine (you can check it out here, along with all the other versions of Deal Or No Deal games available to play online) which
may or may not be better - I haven't really summoned up the enthusiasm to play it for long enough to decide, yet!
A bit like the X-Factor slot games, this type of TV branded slot isn't really my cup of tea. I much prefer more
traditional games like you see in land-based casinos, with the Novomatic Gaminator slots and
IGT offerings being more my thing. But each to their own: I am sure the Deal Or No Deal games
will attract an audience who like light entertainment: check it out for yourself and feel free to disagree. And if you find, like
me, it gets a bit boring after a while, there are lots more slot games (and better ones to be honest!)
to play on OCV ;-)
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