Deal Or No Deal Computer Game

Deal or no Deal has breathed life into the TV game show genre. Over the years, viewers have increasingly been turned off the usual formulaic TV game shows. There have been many variations on this theme, but none have caught viewers’ imagination. Deal or no Deal has managed to do this without asking a single question. Deal or no deal has now been transferred to the computer gaming market. Gamers can experience a little bit of the magic by being involved rather than just watching passively. Primarily, the game is aimed at the TV audience who want to get a bit more excitement from their favorite game show.

Computer Game

The computer game version is available to work on several platforms, including PC, Nintendo DS, Game Boy, and Wii. The game’s computer version appears far better than the previous DVD version. The Deal or No Deal computer game displays all the action from the hit NBC quiz show and puts it onto your computer system. The game develops the activity just like the TV show. The game’s object is to choose a briefcase numbered from 1 to 26. You try to give up the case or go to the end after each offer. This all depends on you being convinced that your briefcase contains the jackpot. You hope to go all the way and win the maximum prize of $1,000,000.


The graphics are excellent. This includes virtual models and how Howie Mandel is placed into a virtual version of himself. Like the TV show, Howie will say his famous ‘Ladies Please catchphrase’ to introduce the beautiful 26 models holding their favorite silver briefcases. Once you have picked your lucky briefcase, the fun begins. Be prepared at the end of the round for the banker played by Peter Abbay. He makes a list and checks it twice to give you a good offer you might think is good enough. One problem area of the game is where virtual models carry the cases rather than the actual models from the game show. This lacks some reality as the models seem to have the same faces and bodies. They never speak, talk, “Hi Howie,” as in the real show. However, overall, this game is fun and exciting.

The game gives you many options, such as the ability to choose the prizes. As the money is not real, you can change it into something more meaningful, such as treats and chores around the house. There are options for one or two players. You can also be a banker. There is even a head-to-head feature.

In addition to the main game, Deal or No Deal’s PC version has three mini-games. The first is called 5-Case Monte. Howie Mandel will ask you to find the million-dollar briefcase through ten rounds of skill and luck in this version of the classic betting game of skill. The second is the Puzzle Challenge. If puzzles are your thing, then you should like this game of skill. You have to combine puzzles of Deal or no Deal pictures quickly. The third mini-game is called Memory Challenge. Here, you have to find the matching model under each case, playing loads of fun. In general, it is a good game with great graphics and sound. It is as if you are playing on the show. If you like TV shows, you should like this game. It is easy for the little ones to play but enough fun for adults to enjoy.


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