Provider: SUNFOX Games
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Time For a Deal game review
Time for a Deal offers a multi-faceted structure in a game show-theme story that pulls different elements from different television game shows like Let's Make a Deal, Who Wants to be a Millionaire?, and Deal or No Deal to create a full-service game show video slot. Featuring a murmuring announcer, Rodger, who will randomly offer you a deal, his Lovely Assistants, and a fired up crowd ready for the next potentially lucrative deal, Time for a Deal is action-packed with non-stop reel excitement. Set against a backdrop of lights and the cheerful crowd, the music is crafted to closely resemble the music used in the real-life game shows listed above. The game is also thought by some to have taken some elements from the Playstation game show game, Buzz, with its bright neon colors and overly-jawed announcer.
Time for a Deal Free Spins are triggered when you land Rodger (the Announcer icon) on reel 2, 3, or 4, after which you will be required to select your Free Spins package by picking out a green star symbol which will reveal your wild symbol that will act as an additional wild in Free Spins, a yellow X to reveal your multiplier (up to 5X), and a red revolving symbol to determine the number of free spins you will earn (up to 25). Free Spins will start immediately after you pick your wild, multiplier, and number of free spins.
The Big Deal bonus is another exciting element of Time for a Deal. This second-screen bonus is triggered when you get the purple-haired Assistant scatter symbol on reel 1, 3, or 5. Rodger will then show you to 3 doors. You then select the doors to reveal your prize. If your door reveals the Gold Coin, you get to spin all 5 reels; whereas, a Silver Coin triggers a 3-reel spin on the Big Deal slot machine. Note that with each reel there is a multiplier, which can only mean more cash. If you happen to land 3 Gold Coins on your reels at this round, you automatically win the large progressive jackpot.
Finally, the Reel or Deal bonus round is an in-reels bonus that offers yet another opportunity for wins. Rodger, the Announcer, who talks in text bubbles throughout the game, will offer you a random cash prize at any time during regular spins.
Time For a Deal Features3D, Bonus Game, Bonus symbols, BonusGame: Pick Objects, FreeSpins, FreeSpins Multiplier, Wild
TagsCartoons, TV show