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Deal Or No Deal

Released on 09 November 2007

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

2.0 out of 5 (22 customer reviews) | Write a review

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The eagerly awaited Deal or No Deal NDS game puts you on the same walk of wealth as contestants on Endemol's award-wining game show broadcast on Channel 4, only this time it's virtual. Maybe the game looks easy from the comfort of your armchair? Here's your chance to prove you've got what it takes!

The basis of the game is the same as in the TV Show: the player is presented with 22 boxes and must select one box to keep for himself that they will only open at the end of the game. Each box contains an amount of money ranging from 0.01p to £250,000 but no one knows for sure which one contains what prize. The player must open each of the boxes in any order per round. After a certain amount are opened, 'the banker' will make a monetary offer for the player's own, still unopened box. The player can choose to accept the offer for the box and "Deal" or choose "No Deal" to continue to play in the hope of a better offer later or more valuable prize when they open their own box.

Contestant Mode - Take your place in the crazy chair and try and sell your box for the most amount of money possible.

Forfeit Mode - Build up your earnings in the Contestant and Banker Mode and unlock the special Forfeit Mode where you can have fun with your friends and family by adding your own forfeits.

    Banker Mode - Play the role of The Banker and try to make the virtual contestant accept the lowest offer possible.

    customer Reviews

     Average rating (22 reviews)

     Deal or No Deal?

    | | See all scotley's reviews (16)

    Any fans of the current chanel 4 programme will be well familiar with the game play.It has added modes which let you play as the banker,unfortunatly the graphics let this game down as they could have been so much better.Who Wants to Be a Millionaire for the DS is graphically better which deal or no deal should have matched...

     Not the best !!!!!!

    | | See all icegirl07's reviews (15)

    I was hoping that it would be really good,but i played it for a few days and it really started to drag.I think that the show wasn't that good, but i think the game is just a bit better (JUST)!!!!!!!!

     oh dear oh dear

    | | See all sarahjane23's reviews (7)

    I borrowed this game off a friend and thank god i only borrowed it!
    would of been very disappointed if i had of spent of money on this!
    I love the tv show but this game was very boring. I won the biggest amount within about 10 mins and after that theres nothing to do- it just so tedious. Theres a 3 box trick game as well which is the most annoying thing ever and totally pointless.
    Good for the first 5 mins- luckily i could pass it back to my friend!
    Don't buy this game, it would be a big mistake!

     It's ok...

    | | See all XSabrinaX's reviews (3)

    My mum got me this for Christmas, at first I thought it was great. But once I've played it once its a complete waste of money. You just do the same thing over and over again, and after you have played it once or twice it gets really boring making you dont want to play the game. It's a complete waste of money, its best to get the dvd game whereas I played it round my nans and its fantastic for all the family to play. If people are looking to buy this game, read the comments first, this game is an absolutly waste of money and the graphics are very bad.

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    Rating3+ (PEGI)