Deal Or No Deal Slingo Review
Deal Or No Deal may well be disappearing from the small screen but there's no let up with regards to it's role in online gambling. Joining the ranks of DOND slots, bingo and scratchcards is Deal Or No Deal Slingo. It's available at a number of sites including Gala Bingo, Foxy Bingo and Buzz. Are you ready to take on the red boxes and see if you can beat The Banker?
Slingo itself is a mix of slots and bingo - but Deal Or No Deal Slingo adds extra interest to the game. First off you are invited to select a box from 26 options - this is your prize box. Once you've selected then you have 10 spins. Each spin generates five numbers and if these match any of the 25 on your Slingo card then they're crossed off.
Will You Take The Banker's Offer
Each number on your card also refers to a blue or red monetary amount (just like in the DOND game). As the numbers are crossed off then so the amounts are removed. The aim of the game is to get as many Slingos (lines) as possible - and hopefully win the biggest prize on offer. To help you during the game sometimes you'll get jokers and free spins instead of numbers.
We didn't come close to getting a full house but if you do manage to get four lines then The Banker plus your prize box comes in to play. The Banker will offer you a cash amount for your box and it's up to you to decide whether to "deal" or "no deal". There's no obvious correlation between your box and the offer - we managed to lose a £50 box by accepting a £6 offer, but also sold a 40p box for a similar price!
If you've not reached The Banker's offer by the end of 10 spins plus any free spins, you are given the chance to play on - but at a price. This can get expensive and having tried it a few time we didn't feel it was worthwhile. Our advice is save your money for a full game and not risk it on an extra spin.
Deal Or No Deal Slingo however is a very good game - and one of the most addictive games we've played of late. Most certainly it stands up against the other Deal Or No Deal games that you can play. Slingo mixes slots and bingo with the tension of 'Deal' in a very clever way. In truth there's probably very little skill or judgement required to play the game but then that's the same as the TV show isn't it?