The Daddy Deal or No Deal
The Daddy Deal or No Deal Fruit Machine
Another ridiculously named Deal or No Deal £100 jackpot fruit machine from Bell Fruit; The Daddy Deal or No Deal. I haven’t actually heard Noel Edmonds ever say ‘The Daddy’ on the show, so I don’t know where Bell Fruit got the name from, but maybe I missed it.
Deal or No Deal the Daddy is a £100 jackpot, multi-stake pub fruit machine officially released on the 7th of January 2016. First impressions show a reasonably unique looking fruit machine, but being as it has been created by Bell Fruit, you know that is not true. However, not everything they create is bad, just tedious, and The Daddy Deal or No Deal is no different.
Using the standard three reels and a single win line, The Daddy Deal or No Deal has crisp, bold reel symbols, plus a wild on reel three to further enhance the base game. This fruit machine plays very much like Bank Job, the old £70 and £100 jackpot game. With this in mind, The Daddy is progressive allowing for the risky potential to force for the jackpot or mega streak. And just like the aforementioned game, The Daddy uses gold symbols overlaid on the reels to pay instant cash prizes, forcing you to collect low value wins.
The Daddy Deal or No Deal
The feature entry on The Daddy Deal or No Deal is triggered via landing three phones anywhere in view for a standard feature entry, or three phones on the win line for a super start. You may also complete the trial at the base of the fruit machine for a standard feature entry.
The game board is a large square, with a series of phones, Noels and cash and feature shots. Three Noels will award access to the super board which offers higher winning potential, although you can still land on the mystery square here.
Being as The Daddy is a typical £100 jackpot Bell Fruit machine, the game values are set, and if it doesn’t want you to win over £5 during the feature game, you will be very hard pushed to get past it. With this in mind, you have to be prepared for some very tedious game play if you plan on pushing all out for the £100 jackpot. The good news however is that when you do (if you do) eventually win the £100 jackpot, there is a very good chance you will be awarded another jackpot within around £50 or less, potentially leaving you with a profit of around £20 to £40.
Like all £100 jackpot fruit machines, forcing for a jackpot can be an expensive business, so be sure to have the funds to back up your game playing strategy. The worst thing you can do is run out of money when you are £140 into it without having collected anything.
If you don’t fancy risking a lot of money pushing for the jackpot, your best playing strategy is to try for a quick feature entry and collect what you can, bear in mind that the gold on the reels will continually set you back.
More of the same from Bell Fruit, nothing original.
- Costly for features.
- Bonus game isn't random.
- Nothing original.