Well, Deal or No Deal is a very entertaining live game show, which allows multiple bettors to play for a different cash prize. The gameplay is quite simple. Everything starts up with a round, where players spin a bank vault, via the RNG-Based qualifying round. Every spin will set the cash amount on the biggest prize briefcase.
Not long ago, Evolution gaming developed a first-person version of the deal or no-deal game show. You can expect similar rules for the first-person deal game. As long as you qualify by unlocking three golden segments, you will be able to collect as many briefcases as possible, in order to collect bigger rewards.
Stages of the Game Show
The First-Person Deal or No-Deal game consists of three stages. Staring at the first one, where you place your bet and aim to qualify for the next stage, which is the current deal or no-deal one. As we already mentioned, you have to spin the bank vault and collect the golden segments to proceed to the next stage.
If you successfully qualify for the Top Up round, you will have the option to add more funds to any of the briefcases, which is decided by a wheel, which adds random multipliers to the stakes. Multipliers are a great way to boost what value you can get in the main game, so be sure to organize your strategy well.
And finally, when you enter the current deal or no-deal section, you have the main game, which will allow you to win a cash prize. In a first-person deal or no-deal, there would not be a dealer to deal with the briefcases, but the software would open them.
You can choose to accept any of the prizes in the banker's offer or continue playing to the top box. During the rounds, the banker may offer to exchange your briefcase, so you should very carefully decide if that's worth it.
One of the biggest benefits of playing the Deal or No-Deal First Person version is that you can play in fast mode when multiple briefcases are opened at the same time. Of course, you can still choose the normal mode, where one briefcase is revealed at a time.