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Can you keep your nerves under control, just like the participants in the game show Deal or No Deal? In this online version, you only earn virtual money, but the game has several fun features such as multiple locations where you can play.

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Deal or No Deal

Deal or No Deal

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Deal or No Deal game info

This game will put you in the shoes of a contestant in the Deal or No Deal TV show.

Goal

The goal in this game is to outwit the Banker and get the highest possible payout.

Gameplay

Players face a series of 26 sealed cases, each holding a secret cash prize ranging from $1 to $1,000,000.

At the start of the game, you must select one case. The contents of the case are unknown until the end of the game.

The game is played in multiple rounds. In the first round, you must select 7 cases. Their value is revealed and they are removed from play. You now know that your case cannot have these 7 values.

Based on the removed cases, the banker will now make an offer to quit the game. This offer is based on the cases that are still in play. The player must answer the offer with either:

In subsequent rounds, as long as no deal is taken, the amount of removed cases is 6, 4, 3, 2, 1, 1, 1.

The game ends when you take a deal from the Banker, or when all cases are removed. In the latter case, you will get the amount in the case you chose at the beginning of the game.

Locations

The game features various locations around the world, with each location having a different Entrance Fee, Max Prize and Reserve.

In order to play a game at a location, you must pay the entrance fee. This ranges from San Francisco ($50,000) to Sydney ($74,625,000).

Your net worth must be above the location’s reserve to be allowed to play a game there.

Bankroll bonus

Every four hours you can get a bankroll bonus. This can be a cash prize, a Throw-Back power-up (puts one of the 3 highest-valued cases back in the pool after being selected), or a free entrance (Admit One) to a location.

System requirements

Deal or No Deal can be played in all modern browsers, on all device types (desktop, tablet, mobile), and on all operating systems (Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, iOS, ...).

Classification: HomeClassicDeal or No Deal
Rating: 82% (155 votes)
Technology: HTML5
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