If you're a fan of Bingo, Sloot and the TV show Deal or No Deal, then you're in for a treat! Slingo Deal or No Deal combines all of these fantastic games into one action-packed online Slingo game.
The objective of the game is simple - match the numbers that come up on the reels with the ones on your Slingo card, and cover as many numbers as possible.
The more numbers you match, the higher your score and the better your chances of winning!
The game is played on a 5x5 grid, and each square contains a different number. These numbers correspond to the values on the left and right-hand side of the grid.
As you match numbers, the prizes in the corresponding boxes will be eliminated. The aim is to eliminate all of the prizes and make your way to the Banker.
If you're lucky enough to complete a full line of numbers (known as a 'Slingo') then you'll be awarded extra points, and the value of the remaining prizes will be increased.
The first thing to do is decide how much you want to bet and set your stake level. Once you've done this, 26 cases will appear on the screen, and it's up to you to pick one. The case you choose will be set aside, while the remaining 25 cases will be placed in the grid.
Then just hit the Spin button, and watch as the reels below the grid fill up with numbers. If any of the boxes in the columns above match the number displayed below it on the reel, the box will open, and its prize value will be removed from the game.
You've got ten spins to try and eliminate all of the prizes. And the game ends when all of the prizes have been eliminated or when you've used up all ten spins. If you managed to land any Free Spin Symbols, then these are played.
If you want to continue playing at this stage, you can purchase extra spins. The price of these will depend on how many cases you have left on the board, and how much you could possibly win. It's shown on the spin button.
Just like normal slots, you'll find Wilds in Slingo, two in fact. These are Joker symbols, one in a red hat and one in a green suit. When the one in the red hat lands on the reels, you'll be able to mark off any one box in the row above his position. The green Joker lets you mark off any box on the grid.
There's also a Devil symbol that only lands on the middle reel. This is the blocker, and his only purpose is to block your progress.
And finally, the game's logo acts as a Free Spin symbol. Every time you land one, you're awarded one free spin, which is played after the initial 10.
Just like the game, Slingo Deal or No Deal also features a Banker who offers you the chance to take a cash amount instead of continuing to play. To get to this stage of the game, you'll need to have four Slingos. A Slingo is when you mark off a full row of 5 numbers.
The amount offered by the Banker will be based on how many prizes you have left, your stake and how close you are to getting a full house. You can either take his offer and walk away with the cash or decline it and open the suitcase you chose at the beginning of the game, or just ignore it altogether and keep on playing.