Turbo Deal or No Deal is the £100 jackpot fruit machine from Bell Fruit. It is the first Deal or No Deal fruit machine to implement the new double up feature from the T.V. show, and is one of the first to be released directly to the £100 jackpot, skipping any testing on £70. Game style is similar to The Big One, which in turn was a slightly different copy of Happy Hour and is one of several releases to use the same concepts.
The Deal or No Deal feature is opened in the usual way, with three phones activating the feature, and each further red phone eliminating the lowest values. To avoid making large offers during the early stages of the game, the majority of values are very low, with large jumps in the top three values; £25, £50 and £100. The large jump in cash values helps to keep the offers fair but low until near the end should any high ones still remain.
Visually the fruit machine looks the same as all of the others, with a cool infinity number reel at its centre, and a super inner board towards the top of the machine. This is activated via lighting three Noel’s on the outer game board, and once accessed enhances the game in a similar way to that of Deal or No Deal Lucky Streak, with enhanced shots, more phones and streak boxes which are capable of offering the standard mixed streak, blue streak or red mega streak. The jackpot is a minimum of £100, with the red £100, Mega Streak, Deal or No Deal value and cashpot all capable of repeating up to a maximum of £200, which is also the legal maximum.
Deal or No Deal Turbo also features five win-lines, progressive cashpots for each stake and a progressive trial along the bottom to potentially activate an enhanced feature.