Immersive gaming experience with beautiful animation is presented in the First Person Deal or No Deal game show. Try out this mega-brand First Person Deal or No Deal game show!
Similar to the live version, this game consists of three stages – qualification, top-up and the main game show.
Qualify and top up as many briefcases as you want, then press ‘Play’ to enter the game show.
Play First Person Deal or No Deal at your own pace with two different speed modes, ‘fast’ and ‘normal’.
Negotiate with the Banker for the possibility to have the largest amount of money in your briefcase! Deal or No Deal? What will it be?
In the initial phase, you are presented with a wheel made up of three rings. Spin the wheel to align a sequence of golden segments in the upper sector of the wheel. To increase the chance of qualification, you can lock gold panels in place by adjusting the difficulty level.
Once you have qualified, you move to the top-up phase. If you wish, you have the option to top-up the blue and red briefcases at the side of your screen for bigger potential winning.
You can top up as many briefcases as you want; there is no time limit. When you’re ready to play, click the ‘Play’ button, which starts the final stage – the game show.
You will be confronted with 16 sealed briefcases containing varying amounts of cash. Inside each briefcase is a number between 1 and 16. Pick one briefcase, and it will be placed in the foreground on a table. This is the final and most significant briefcase.
The briefcases in the background are opened in batches, displaying numbers corresponding to your numbered briefcases (shown on the side of the screen).
Each time a batch of briefcases is opened, you will be offered a sum of money with the chance to cash out. Will you risk and take the money or continue the game until the final briefcase is revealed? Will the final briefcase be more profitable than the Banker’s offer? A new deal will be offered each time a new batch of briefcases is opened (there can be up to four offers in total).
When only two briefcases remain, you’re asked if you want to switch the two briefcases before the final briefcases are opened. The final briefcase represents the sum of money that the player keeps (assuming that no offer from the Banker has been accepted).
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