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Deal or No Deal

Game Description: Deal or No Deal plays just like the game show on TV.

How to Play Deal or No Deal:

  • Use your left mouse button to click on one of the 26 cases.
  • After picking your case, select six of the remaining 25 cases to reveal, one at a time.
  • You will get a "phone call" from the Banker, who makes an offer to buy your case for a certain amount, based on the cash amounts still in play.
  • If you accept the buyout, the game ends, and the contents of your case is revealed; letting you know if you made a good deal... or a bad deal!
  • Should you refuse the offer, then you must choose five of the remaining cases to eliminate from consideration.
  • Another offer from the Banker is made, and play continues until either you accept the Banker's offer or you end up with the final case.

Richard's Rating: 4 out of 5.

Comments: Since most of us will never get the opportunity to appear on the real 'Deal or No Deal', this computer-generated version will have to do. And... it does not disappoint. The music and sound effects make this game top-notch!

Notice: This game is played purely for entertainment. No money is actually won or lost.




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6 comments:

  1. Doesn't really challenge your thoughts much

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  2. this game is fun and yet nerve wracking. i love a challenge.

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  3. this would be better if it was da english version the uks deal or no deal

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  4. I am curious. What is the UK version of Deal or No Deal? How is it different?

    Richard, from Richard's Game Reviews

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