Online Game: Deal or No Deal

Have you ever wanted to be a contestant on “Deal or No Deal” but couldn’t make the cut? Or do you want to play as you watch the hit television show? The Internet offers several opportunities to play the “Deal or No Deal” online game in the comfort of your home. You can visit for a safe and seamless server experience. The servers are really affordable and easy to use. You can host and play your favorite games along with your friends and family as well.

NBC offers the only official “Deal or No Deal” online game. It’s free to play and requires that you have the latest Flash animation player. The rules are simple. First, the player selects one of eighteen suitcases as his suitcase. Then the player opens six suitcases in round one. The player hast he option at the end of the round to take what the banker offers or continue to round two, where the player opens five suitcases. If the player choose to take the banker’s offer, the player still can play until he opens all suitcases to see what he could have won. This is a quick and fun game for me, and I like to play it for hours.

If you find the official game too easy you can try the unofficial “Deal or No Deal” online game written by Cory Antonado . This game offers 25 suitcases to select in all. The game begins with selection of one suitcase. The player then selects five suitcases a round. After each round the player gets a phone call from the banker who offers him a sum to end the game or the chance to play another round. If the player chooses the banker’s sum, then the game ends and the player can open the rest of the cases to see what he could have won. I like this game because the more cases make for a more challenging game for me.

If you want a chance to play another version of the “Deal or No Deal” online game, check out the international versions that is a challenging and lightning-fast version of the game. This game is very different because as boxes open, the player must quickly eliminate the low values in the box through choosing those values. When the box closes, the value the player chose is the value of the box. At the end of the round, the player has the option to take the banker’s deal or keep playing. The game also adds a wild twist by inserting fake values or repeating values the player has already chosen. Also, the rounds are 20 seconds, and the boxes move very quickly. Though I found this version of the game very tough, other players might enjoy it.

All these “Deal or No Deal” online games are fun and bring “Deal or No Deal” from the living room to the computer screen. They also are great practice for the budding contestant. Maybe they will help you win the million dollar prize one day!


Paola Garcia lives in Jakarta Indonesia. She is an associate professor in University of Indonesia and also managing Scoopinion at the same time. She is also fond of watching theatrical plays.

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