- Platform: Nintendo DS
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Deal or No Deal: The Banker Is Back! (Nintendo DS)
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This version, however, reeks of a professional finish. It gives you a decent game with a much better interface; it looks as if the designer has actually watched the game first.
It starts with a video of the intro with sound - very professional.
There are the 22 numbers boxes, not all numbered in order, as in the previous version, but instead in 2 wings with people behind them. You can use the analogue buttons or click the left or right arrows to move to the next box, and then press the box to select/open it. And there are two minor problems with this:
1. There is no wrap-around effect. You cannot go "left" off the West wing to get to the furthest East of the East wing; you have to go all the way round.
2. You have to press the screen to select; you cannot use the "select" button or any of the other keys (I believe). It should really be possible to avoid touching the screen to play this game.
After 5 (and later, 3) box openings, the Banker gives you an offer, which in the games I have played have all been realistic. You can Deal or No Deal - either way, you still play to the end.
There are no stupid three-card tricks in this game. Whilst you can play the game in the usual, straight-forward manner, you can also play a version where you "challenge the banker", by getting the correct combination of 4 numbers from 1-7 in the right order in a game of Mastermind. I'm hoping it's from 1-7; the wheels that you have to use go from 1 to 8, but you cannot select 8!
You can also play as the Banker.Read more ›
The voice-overs are all the same ..... sorry but at £ 6 ish it's still over priced. Shame !
This game was fun, I beat the banker twice. (All Right!!!)
I would recommend to anyone who likes game shows. Good Luck my friends.
Well worth the money
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was apresent for my son and he likes playing with it.I personally am not a fan of the program.Published on 29 May 2013 by Annemieke Fordesman
Just like the show this is boring, Once you have played it once there is nothing new to try. I would not recommend this gamePublished on 21 April 2013 by Michelle Outram
Great for fun -keep a note of red and blue boxes and compare games - I try it all the time on TV game and can help with box selection.Published on 25 May 2010 by Mrs. L. M. Manning
Not the most rivetting game for an adult but it was bought for a 6 year old and she loves it, that's what mattersPublished on 8 Jan. 2010 by Keith Plumb