Similar to its Megaways counterparts, it utilises the cascading reels mechanics. The symbols forming a winning combination disappear from the reels and new ones fall into place. The new ones can form a winning combination in which case they also disappear. You can land an unlimited number of wins in just one spin.
Deal or No Deal accepts bets in the range 0.20 to £10 per spin. The max bet is quite small, but that’s not something unusual for Megaways slots. The great number of betways combined with the cascading reels and in-game features are what makes the slot worth your while.
The low-value symbols are represented y the standard A to 9 royals, followed by better-paying envelope, a mug, a B seal, and the game logo. The wild appears only on the extra row above the reel set, and substitutes all symbols except for the scatter.
If a mystery symbol lands, it reveals a randomly chosen matching symbol that helps you land better wins.
To trigger the bonus round, you need to score at least 3 consecutive wins. Then, you are taken to a screen containing 22 boxes. You keep opening boxes and the feature ends when you accept the banker’s offer or open your own box.
The free spins round is triggered when you land the required number of scatters in one spin. The mystery symbols and unlimited multiplier come into play to boost your payout. A retrigger is also possible.
If you happen to trigger the jackpot feature, you need to collect 15 crowns to unlock the Wheel King bonus. After every spin, you have to choose whether to spin again, collect the prize or spin the Wheel King.
If you are looking for a fast-paced Megaways slot, you’d better look elsewhere. However, if you are more interested in finding a Megaways slot that has a decent payout potential and a range of features, Deal or No Deal Megaways might be right up your alley.