Deal or No Deal Bankers Riches Megaways is another excellent slot based on the iconic TV show, this time by Playzido. The game grid is set against the backdrop of a brightly lit TV set with the familiar telephone, used to take the banker's call, at the bottom left of the screen.
Overall, I think the developers have done a great job of replicating the appearance and atmosphere of the Deal or No Deal et. But better yet, they've crammed the game full of bonuses all inspired by the show, which makes for the kind of exciting and fast-paced experience I was hoping for.
Bets can be from 0.20 up to 100 per spin, with the max win capped at 2,500x your stake. And since this is a high-volatility game that features increasing bet multipliers, it makes sense to stay at the lower end of the betting range.
The iow-paying symbols are card ranks Jack to Ace, awarding between 0.6x to 1x the bet for six matching symbols on the reels. Premium symbols are a cup, a notepad, the banker's wax seal, the banker himself, and a red and gold mystery box, paying 1.25-25x the stake for six!
Deal or No Deal Bankers Riches Megaways is not rich in feature symbols, but don't worry, I can't say the same for the bonus rounds. There is, however, a Wild and a Scatter symbol. The Wild substitutes for any regular symbol to help form wins. The Scatter is a phone and will trigger the bonus "pick me" prize.
Cascading reels mean that after every win, the symbols involved in the winning combination are removed while new symbols fill vacant positions. This feature continues until no new combinations have been made.
The Phone Scatter symbol triggers the bonus round when three or more land on the reels. First, all Scatters on the reels transform into "pick me" symbols. Players select one of the t to reveal their bonus prize. This could be an Instant cash prize of between 1 x and 20 x the stake, a Banker best offer (like on TV ), Bankers Free Spins or the Deal or No Deal Bonus.
The Banker Free Spins round continues until the phone Scatter lands on reel 6. During the spins, the win multiplier is increased by one after every cascade win with no limits. Once the phone lands, players are awarded a final spin where all 117,649 ways to win are active.
At the end of the round, players can gamble their winnings by selecting box 23. This can give varying results, including a Double the Win, Half the Win, Lose All, and Money Back, among others. Just like on the TV show, this can boost the win considerably, but at the risk of losing it all!
Finally, the Deal or No Deal bonus plays out exactly like the TV show, with players choosing and eliminating boxes, and receiving offers from the Banker at every stage of the game.
There is also a jackpot prize round on offer, and this can be triggered from the other bonus rounds. There are three jackpots to win, the Minor, Major or Grand Jackpot, with the latter worth 2,500x the stake!
In my opinion, this is even better than the TV show. Not only do you get to participate actively, instead of just watching, but there’s no Noel Edmunds in sight! Just keep in mind the other difference, you have to pay to play this game, so always set a maximum loss limit before you start. Good Luck.