All me game show lovin’-foxy fans out there are going to get a kick out of this. Playtech is continuing its run of hot games based on popular TV shows, this time bringing us Deal Or No Deal: The Big Draw, an exciting online Live Dealer game!
Deal Or No Deal: The Big Draw mixes up elements of the classic game show with one of Foxy’s favourite games, Bingo, in an action-packed game that gives all players a chance to win!
The game studio is designed to look just like the TV show, with a Live Dealer taking the role of presenter to keep the action moving and the players entertained.
The game itself doesn’t follow the exact format of the TV show, with Bingo balls being used to add an element of randomness to the proceedings. But the Banker is still sitting by his phone, ready to make an offer!
Players buy tickets to get into the action, with 15 numbers matching 15 of the 16 suitcases on the set. The remaining suitcase is their prize case. Once players have bought in, they have one minute to boost the 16 prize values they are presented with. They can do this for between 0.01 and 100.00 per boost. Once the player has selected the prize they want to boost, five closed cases appear on the screen. Click on one, and it opens to reveal the prize boost, which can be 5x, 10x, 30x, 50x, or 100x.
When everybody is done with their boosts, the main game starts. The dealer will draw 20 bingo balls. Cases with numbers matching those on the bingo balls are eliminated. Players must eliminate at least seven cases to continue in the game. If they fail to do this with the first twenty balls, they can buy six more from the dealer. Any lucky fox who manages to remove eight or more cases is awarded a multiplier from 2 x to 25 x on the remaining prizes.
Once the first round is over, the Banker makes his call, offering players a payout in exchange for their remaining cases and any prizes they might hold. Players can accept or refuse the offer. If they want to keep playing, they buy five more balls to try and remove more cases. If the balls run out and the player still hasn’t accepted the Banker’s offer, their prize suitcase is opened.
When the Banker makes his offer, the maximum possible win you could get is displayed on the screen. This can be quite a lot higher than what the Banker is willing to pay. But keep in mind, this is the maximum possible win, and it’s a long shot. If the sure money offer from the Banker is bigger than your bet, it’s probably best to resist temptation and accept it.
The bouncing bingo balls don't just liven up the action in the main game; they also give an opportunity for a great side game that all me Bingo-lovin' fans will appreciate. Players can buy mini-bingo cards to fill as the first 20 balls are drawn, with cash prizes for any lines completed.
Deal Or No Deal: The Big Draw continues Playtech's series of Live Dealer games with style! Interactive fun with great prizes, fast action, and a great Bingo mini-game. And the Banker is always there, ready to give you at least some of your bet back. However, it is still a good idea to set yourself a loss limit for each session, especially if you want to go for the prize case.