Familiar with the TV counterpart? Take to the stage in Deal or No Deal Slingo, where you’ll get to answer that all-important question posed by the famed and mysterious banker - so what will it be? Deal or No Deal?
About Deal or No Deal Slingo
Combining a plethora of player favourite features from an array of different top casino games offerings, such as slots, bingo and game shows, Deal or No Deal Slingo presents something for all of our players. It’s fast-paced, innovative and packed with payout potential to make gameplay that little more engaging.
For those who have never played Slingo games before, don’t worry. It’s a simple enough game to get to grips with, and if you’re already familiar with either bingo or slot-based online casino games you already hold basic Slingo gameplay knowledge. The aim of the game is not dissimilar to that of bingo as you play to fill as many lines on your card as possible - randomly generated numbers will appear at the base of the game grid and any that match the numbered boxes on your card will be marked off in true Deal or No Deal style, each box opening to reveal a blue or red value to determine your payout potential. Once enough lines are formed and the majority of the boxes have been opened, the banker will call you to ask the famous question - Deal or No Deal?
How To Play Deal or No Deal Slingo
Setting your stake in Deal or No Deal Slingo is similar to placing a wager when playing online slot machines. Use the (+) and (-) keys to toggle through the available bet amounts and select a suitable bet value for your bankroll. However, unlike slot games, this wager is used to play through 10 consecutive spins rather than 1 so it’s worth bearing that in mind when choosing the amount you would like to bet. Once those initial 10 rounds are spent, you have the option to continue spinning for a certain amount - this is determined by the potential prizes concealed inside the remaining boxes.
Pick Your Lucky Box
Those of you who are familiar with the original Deal or No Deal TV game show will recognise this step. Select a box to keep aside, concealing a randomly selected cash value which will be revealed and potentially rewarded to you at the end of the game. As with all Deal or No Deal games, you can opt to accept the banker’s offer or decline and open your box to end the game.
Once your stake is set and you have chosen your Lucky Box, hit the Spin button to start the game. Randomly generated numbers and symbols will spin and appear in the row below the game grid, and any that match the iconic red boxes on the grid will be opened automatically and the corresponding value removed from the displays at either side. There are also additional symbols that can land to help potentially form winning lines, including Jokers which will allow you to open any box that appears in the row above where the Joker lands.
To learn more about other available symbols and for more detailed on information on how to play this game style, we suggest you head over to our Slingo games hub where you’ll find everything there is to know about playing Slingo and all of the other Slingo-based games we host here at 21.co.uk all in one place.