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Deal or No Deal DVD Game


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  • DVD Interactive board game based on the hit TV Game Show Deal or No Deal
  • Starring Howie Mandel and the case girls
  • Play exactly like the game show
  • DVD Interactive
  • For 1 or more players
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.7 x 8 x 10.6 inches ; 14.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000ETRERO
  • Item model number: 4056
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 13 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #83,487 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (93 customer reviews)
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Deal or No Deal DVD Game: Play America's favorite game show in the comfort of your own home! Let host Howie Mandel, along with the banker and the case girls, guide you through the Deal or No Deal Game as you vie for the $1,000,000 prize! Play the classic single-player version or challenge family and friends to see who can get the best deal with the multi-player option. Game includes: 1 Deal or No Deal DVD and rules. For 1 or more players, ages 13+

Product Description

DVD version of Deal or No Deal lets you play the popular game in front of your TV.

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Customer Reviews

The only bad thing is it's a little on the slow side.
Victoria L. Aguilera
In selecting cases to be eliminated, you are shown a screen with one numbered case and you get to scroll through them one at a time (and it takes forever!!!)
L. Hansen
Experienced the same problem as numerous others - game froze.
S. Raines

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

53 of 54 people found the following review helpful By M. Capone on October 16, 2006
This game is very touchy based on the system it's being used with. Sometimes it's fast and fun and other times it's slow and frustrating(sometimes even buggy). In my XBOX 360 the game runs nearly flawless and is very repsonsive, however, in my Pioneer and Toshiba dvd players the game is frustratingly slow to be read(game is on a dual-layer disc which may create majority of problems depending on where info is). I've also experienced the $.01 case being opened 3 times during the same game and when it goes to the board, I've eliminated a larger amount. The worst part of this game is choosing your case. They're not all displayed, giving you no idea which numbers are left or how many are left. You shouldn't have to keep a mental/written tally the entire time. Depending on your player, the selector for the cases will be extremely repsonsive or so slow that you'll probably feel frustrated enough to choose any case just to get it over with. Also, every time you do select a case, you have to scroll by your case which you've already chosen making it take even longer. This could've been an easy fix, however, they obviously opted to take the lazy way out and just create a really simplistic screen. For the price you can't really complain, however, this could've been much better had a little more time gone into its creation.
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57 of 60 people found the following review helpful By C. Johnson VINE VOICE on October 14, 2006
My wife picked this game up. This is my first interactive DVD game so I didn't expect much to begin with.

The game itself is almost like the show, except for the fact that you will notice that it's VERY slow. Another thing that I ran into was that after you pick the case to open, the CD locks up, and doe not allow you to select another case unless you press menu on your DVD remote and then resume game. This adds to the frustration. On top of that you have to cycle through all the cases as they do not all appear on the screen at one time. After you spend a good 15 minute or so picking all the cases for the round, you are given an offer and this part is almost exactly like the show. Howie even says the dollar amount of the offer.

AFter that you are back to selecting cases again, and again you have to go back to the menu and resume the game to pick the next case.

I played a 2 player game and wasn't able to finish the game after my wife took the offer because right after I picked my next case, the DVD froze again and I pressed "Menu" to go back to the Menu screen as I have been doing for all this time. However this time when I pressed Menu, the game just quit and said "Thanks for playing" All that time and I didn't even get to finish the game. My wife asked if I wasnted to play again, and I reluctantly agreed. This game could be more fun if it wasn't so slow and forces you to work around the bugs due to poor design. Maybe 1 player mode is not as buggy. Another bug was when we were finally able to finish the second game, I took a deal at $145,000 (my case had $25,000). My wife got it down to her final two cases ($200,000 and $500,000). The banker offered her $350,000 and she took the deal and it turned out her case had $200,000, so that was a good deal.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By F. Clark on December 3, 2006
Bought this DVD this weekend at Wal-Mart. Graphics aren't so great, the game is slow and pauses as if it is going to freeze. I was hoping that it would be a lot like the actual game but... It doesn't display all the cases at one time but rather displays an up and down arrow as you scroll through the cases. Because of this, I was not able to really see what number I had picked previously. It also does not display all of the amounts as you choose them, only displays them after you choose the prescribed number of cases. Not really fully interactivbut displays one screen at a time.

I am going to try to take it back to Wal-Mart and get my money back. It seems that the makers of this were just looking to make money on a great game show but only created a subpar DVD. I hear that there are several versions of this game out there. I obviously picked the wrong one. I went online and played a online version that was much better and it was free. I guess I'll connect my laptop to my television and play for free.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on November 23, 2006
When the Deal Or No Deal DVD Game came out I was so excited with joy and even saved up my allowance to buy it however I wasn't prepared for the pitfalls ahead that would keep me from playing Deal Or No Deal. The trouble began the day after I bought it when it started freezing whenever I would get an offer from The Banker and I could never find out how much The Banker offered me because it would freeze at the same spot and cleaning the DVD did not solve the problem and it made me restart the game over again. I also noticed another problem with the Deal Or No Deal DVD Game and it occurs when The Banker calls Howie's voice gets choppy and sounds like he has a lisp and Howie gets silent but his mouth moves and no voice comes out when Howie moves and this causes the board to freeze. Another problem I had was whenever I played Deal Or No Deal all the way to the final round it never let me switch cases or keep my case and it froze again and it really DISGUSTED me. NBC and Howie Mandel should really be ashamed at what Imagination Games has done to the DVD game of their hit show and really should write fans of DOND like myself an apology letter for not fixing the glitches of this game. I think Imagination Games rushed the Deal Or No Deal game out for Christmas and they should make a Deal Or No Deal 2nd edition DVD game that's better than this. For a better version of Deal Or No Deal I advise you to check out the just released PC version of Deal Or No Deal by Global Star. Now that version rocks and is more enjoyable. so my final advice to you this holiday season is STAY AWAY FROM THIS GAME
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