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Deal or No Deal Interactive DVD Game
The number one selling DVD Game in America. There are no silly stunts. There are no impossible questions. There's just one simple choice that could win you a cool million dollars - "Deal or No Deal?" Play along with host Howie Mandel in the comfort of your own living room with the DVD game of the worldwide TV show hit. Weigh your odds and take on the Banker to be the player who walks away with the biggest deal. Plus, in a unique twist to the original game show, you can up the fun with a two player game. Competing against your family and friends has never been so entertaining! It's fast, it's fun, but the pressure's really on when Howie asks that all important question, "Deal or No Deal?"
1 or 2 players or teams
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my family loves itMar 17, 2013
By Rachel Fauth
Is great me and my kids love I t we use to watch it all the time we hopping to be on show one day
Lots of fun...deal or no deal?Sep 27, 2013
From the TV show to arcade games, I figured this was worth picking up to play. Lots of fun, just like the TV show. Sometimes it will lag on older computers. This was one of those that kind of was too advanced for it's time. Play it on Windows Vista and up and you'll have no trouble. It barely lags on my Windows XP. It's kind of means to say, but buy a cheap computer with no memory or ram, and it'll be slow and make it impossible to play games. Get one for the right price and you can do what it is meant to do.
As seen on TV and hosted by Howie Mandel, and play two player! Almost just like the show in your own home! Reccomended to anyone!
Terrible. Played once and tossed it.Jun 24, 2013
By Book lover
This game is a terrible version of the TV show and is quite boring. We've played a video game version of this game at a local kid's video game venue and it was a lot of fun. I guess I expected that the game would at least show the models holding the cases and would have video that would be somewhat like the TV show, as the Wheel of Fortune video game does. You basically get a list of numbers and you click on however many you are allowed to reveal, based on what round you are on. REALLY boring and the worst graphics possible. I played it one time and chucked it. If you like TV game shows, there are a lot of better video game version of other TV game shows than this one. I can't imagine one much worse.