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Deal Or No Deal Electronic Handheld Game


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  • Electronic handheld version lets you take Deal or No Deal on the road
  • Batteries included
  • Ages 8+
  • Featuring electronic banker
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.1 x 5.4 x 8.9 inches ; 4.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000EYF818
  • Item model number: 02002
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #41,033 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
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Product Description

What will you choose' Choose a briefcase, then as each round progress, you must either stay with your original briefcase choice or make a "Deal" with the bank to accept its cash offer in exchange for whatever dollar amount is in your chosen case. Requires one "B" cell battery, included.

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This game is fun to play.
Cheryl Slaughter
PROS - I like the on off button at the top, alot of these handheld games just don't have one, so its a nice feature.
dazie
It's a fun way to pass the time, and I highly recommend it as an entertaining handheld game.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Mike Frerkes on October 12, 2006
While I'm not a big fan of "Deal Or No Deal", I have seen the show and understand why it has been an overwhelming success for NBC. The game is brilliant yet simple, and fun to watch. However, its even more fun to play and this handheld version does not disappoint. Even though the unit comes with instructions, the interface is very simple to operate and most users won't even need to consult them. Being an "old-school" LCD game, the graphics and sound are obviously very simple, yet adequate enough to convey all the excitement of DOND. The gameplay presentation is well done and you need not be a fan of the show to become addicted. This is one of the most entertaining handheld games I have ever owned! My gripes about the product are mostly minor. The ON/OFF button is not responsive at times, but the unit will automatically power down after five minutes of idle time anyway. While batteries are included, they are the disc-type (LR-44) instead of standard AA or AAA. Aside from these two insignificant issues, this product is very enjoyable...and I'm admittedly not a big fan DOND. I can only imagine how much more exciting it would be for someone who is a fan of the hit game show.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By CEagle2003 on August 31, 2006
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Deal or no deal? That is the question, a game show type question, that has America on the edge of their seats. Alright, here is how the game is played for those who are new to it. You start off with 26 "briefcases" each holding different money amounts. The money amounts range from as small as $0.01 to $1,000,000 ($1 million). You choose a "briefcase". This becomes your case and whatever it has could be yours, but what does it have inside? Well, to find out, we open the remaining 25 "briefcases" one by one, each time elimating a dollar amount from play (hopefully a smaller amount).

If you open small money amounts, you drive up the bank offer because it means that your chosen "briefcase" has big bucks in it. Now, if you should open a big money amount, the bank offer may decrease. The banker wants your case for as little as possible. For example, let's just say you chose the $1,000,000 case. If the banker could buy it from you for $250,000, that is a $750,000 loss for you, but a gain for him. He might have to pay out $250,000, but that is only 1/4 or 0.25 of what you could have had!

Now, about this game. It has the music from the show for the parts required, such as when the bank is proposing a deal. No, you do not hear the telephone ring nor is the theme song on this game. There is no speaker for the game because the game has instructions on what to do next on the top of the screen. I think that they should have an animated speaker on it even if it meant jacking up the price. It would have been worth it. Also, there is no volume control. However, it is a fast play and addicting (meaning you will want to play again to try to beat or tie your score. For example, if you make the million, can you do it again?)

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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Capt'n Morgan on November 14, 2006
I recently purchased this game, and had a ball with it, however, when it came time to turn it off, it would not turn off. It has a built in battery saver to shut off after 5 minutes, but you should be able to turn it off right away. I returned it for a new one, and that one wouldn't even turn on. Once again I went to the store and exchanged it, and got another one that won't turn off when you want it to. It's a fun game, but it has issues.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Michael Baumann on December 16, 2006
This is a very fun game to play. I'm sure everyone who is a fan of the show (as well as most people who aren't) would like to play it. I hope for those of you who have posted that the game only turns off by itself read this, because you can manually turn off the game by holding the on/off button for a couple of seconds. To turn on is a simple click, to turn off is holding it.

The sound is very interesting when it calculates the odds, just like the sounds of the show. Just stinks Howie doesn't speak in it, it would have been good to hear him say Deal or No Deal.

I certainly recommend the game though
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By justmyluckfor2 on April 11, 2007
I just recieved this game yesterday and I love it. The first time I played it I won a million dollars, to bad it wasn't for real. The thing I like about this game unlike some other hand held ones I have played is that you can turn it off, it has a little blue button at the top that turns it on and off. It will save your game too if you have to turn it off for some reason, which for me is great cause I have 4 little kids that don't always let me sit for very long. I got the electronic game too but haven't played it yet, I like to watch the show but I love to play the game, I got tired of playing it on the website so I purchused this to see if it was funner and it is.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By cinder on November 7, 2010
I enjoyed watching the TV Show so when I saw it in a handheld game I couldn't pass the chance buying it so I could test my skill at picking the million dollar case. I enjoy it very much especially when on a long car ride when you need something to help pass the time.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By dazie on March 30, 2007
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This handheld DOND game isn't totally bad for the $15 it cost. Here's my review, and I hope to get a user pic up online of my unit too.

PROS -

I like the on off button at the top, alot of these handheld games just don't have one, so its a nice feature.

You have the option of turning the game sound on or off, even during the game, there is no volume control, but as the "duct tape" can fix everything, you could always cut a small piece of duct tape and place it over the speaker if you wanted sound, but didnt want it loud! Or other methods of just covering the speaker w/a napkin or something..

The game is quite addictive and you always seem to want to play, "just one more" game before finally determining that there are other things in life to do! (the NBC DOND game you can play online is much quicker and is visually better)

CONS:

I really dont like that the numbers are so small, it makes it very hard to see if you don't have light at the right angle.

It would be nice if had a backlight, that would make those late night games alot easier!

I wish that there was a screen contrast adjustment, especially at the bottom, the case numbers to select are in 3 or 4 rows, are font size maybe 5 or less and are just very small, they all start off as black numbers and when you arrow to select one, the case you land on flashes between black and a light grey, once you select the case it turns light grey to show you have already selected that one. It would really help if they ever make a newer version of this game, it wouldn't be that bad if the game itself were a little bigger to enable a visually friendly screen.
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