Deal or No Deal: The Perfect Play

Looking for a slot machine that will offer you something different from your typical game? Look no further, Deal or No Deal: The Perfect Play is just what you’re looking for.

This action-packed slot game from Blueprint Gaming has 16 features in all in the base games and a second board game where nine additional features can be activated.

Blueprint Gaming is a leading UK developer and has been in business for over a decade and has produced several popular slots games, including Austin Powers, Casper the Friendly Ghost, and a theme based on the popular computer game, Worms.

This is a five-reel game that has five pay lines. Three, four, or five or the same symbols anywhere across a line payout. Deal or No Deal: The Perfect Play is available on practice play for free with most reputable online casinos that provide the real money version too, such as Paddy Power. After only a couple of spins, you’ll likely have got the hang of it.

Deal or No Deal: The Perfect Play is available on desktop, tablet, and mobile phones alike. Even when you’re playing this game on the go it runs smoothly on your tablet device or smartphone, provided you have a reliable internet connection.

This game comes with plenty of different symbols on the reels, though all the extra details that have been packed into the game can confuse new and experienced slot machine players alike. The classic slot machine symbols such as cherries, lemons, plums, grapes, and oranges all feature on the reels.

The watermelon and golden bell symbols each pay three, five, or 20x your stake. A red number seven is worth up to 25x your stake. The top prizes are awarded when the Deal or No Deal logo appears. Stop this on three, four, or all five reels and you win five, ten, or 50x your stake respectively. This game can be played from £0.10 to £10.00 a spin with the top prize being 10,000x your stake.

Directly above the reels is a bonus trail with the numbers 1-8 running along with it. If the numbers on the reels add up to at least four the game will light up with flashing lights surrounding it. Whichever prize is in that place is collected. This could be a guaranteed winning spin, a cash prize, or a multiplier.

If all eight numbers are lit up on the trail, then the Super Board is activated. Extra features on this include Powerplay spins, which set the reel-spinning until you have a winner. There’s also an Easy Money gamble round and the Box Magic round where you can pick a box for an instant cash prize.

Fans of the television game show will be familiar with the red telephone that’s showcased in both the middle and top parts of the game. Collect three phones while moving around the board and you have the opportunity to play the basic Deal or No Deal game, or simply carry on and try for the Super or Mega rounds. In the latter two, you have a better chance of claiming higher prizes when the banker calls.

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