Deal or No Deal Powerplay is the popular £100 jackpot fruit machine from Bell Fruit. It’s not as common as other Deal or No Deal fruit machines in pubs, possibly because of the rather unique game-play compared to most Bell Fruit games, so there is a bit of a learning curve needed for this one, however it is good fun once the basics are understood. The game is most similar to The Big One, so you may feel familiarity between the two Powerplay also uses proximity detectors which detect a players hand movements around the glass!
Deal or No Deal Powerplay combines many of the common features of past fruit machines and adds additional elements to enhance, or in some cases confuse players. The biggest change is the Powerplay button, which once lit, stays lit until used. There are 32 different areas of the game that can be enhanced with the Powerplay button including during the Deal or No Deal bonus game itself. The Deal or No Deal Powerplay button essentially upgrades what is currently on offer, as an example, if you are playing the Deal or No Deal bonus game with the Powerplay button active, pressing it will double the offer so it may be worth saving it until the final offer. With 32 variations to try, it will take a while to get through them all, and some will no doubt be more beneficial than others.
Deal or No Deal Powerplay uses the common Deal or No Deal bonus game feature which is also upgradable with multiple phones, up to an invincible game for turning all of the phones red. There is also the popular progressive cashpot available during the DoND bonus game which can reach a maximum of £100, resetting to its reserve pot once paid. Like all £100 jackpot fruit machines, Powerplay can be costly for feature entries and reel wins, however it can repeat for a maximum of two jackpots, and can also offer a sequence of jackpots occasionally. The closest online game to Powerplay is Deal or No Deal Bankers Riches which combines classic Deal or No Deal game play with massive jackpots not possible in pubs, arcades or bookies. You can play Deal or No Deal Powerplay in pubs and Arcades in Britain.