Time to Play Deal or No Deal fruit machine, with a £100 jackpot and stakes of 25p, 50p and £1 is a new take on the overused Deal or No Deal fruit machine franchise. If Noel Edmonds burps, Bell Fruit will be sure to make a fruit machine out of it, but at least this one has some unique qualities, mainly the timed DoND activation.
Counting down from five minutes or less, the Deal or No Deal feature becomes active and awards the DoND game with at least one blue box lit. Building up the blue boxes awards super, mega and ultra DoND features.
The main Deal or No Deal board uses the same layout as The Big One fruit machine, with a progressive cashpot in the middle of the red section.
The gameplay on Time to Play Deal or No Deal is slightly more complex than most Bell Fruit games, with various bonuses that allow you to collect your DoND super game on a mystery square, or award the game after landing on lose. There is also the chance to hold over the boxes after you collect to allow you the same box start when you enter the feature the next time around.
Time to Play Deal or No Deal is unique in its appearance, with a kind of clock face representing the upper feature board, and a rectangle grid to play the lower portion of the game. There is a bonus on reel three which awards extra red boxes when played at £1 per spin.
Time to Play Deal or No Deal can be found mostly in pubs, however its popularity has been fairly muted so don’t expect it to hang around for long.