Blueprint Gaming unveils Deal or No Deal – The Perfect Play
Fruit machine style game made available for the online environment
Leading UK based game studio Blueprint Gaming has released its latest slot Deal or No Deal – The Perfect Play, bringing the popular fruit machine style game to the online market for the first time.
Drawing upon Blueprint’s rich heritage in the land-based market, all of the familiar features from the gaming genre have been adapted and made available to players across desktop, tablet and mobile devices.
The instantly-recognisable layout draws inspiration from the popular Channel 4 gameshow and features a variety of modifiers and ways for the player to beat the Banker.
The slot is packed with 16 feature games, including Big Money and the classic Deal or No Deal box game. Collecting three or more telephone symbols will gain entry to the prize feature in Super or Mega variation, guaranteeing a huge payout.
Deal or No Deal – The Perfect Play takes advantage of the mobile first concept, utilising the portrait orientation to give users the full fruit machine experience.
The land-based equivalent generates in excess of £150million GGR per annum in the UK market alone, allowing the online concept a strong fan base for success.
Jo Purvis, Director of Marketing and Relationships at Blueprint Gaming, said: “Developing this pub classic for the online environment will mean more players than ever before can enjoy an immensely popular game which they will already be familiar with.
“Leaning on our land-based roots and our ability to develop exciting online content, Deal or No Deal – The Perfect Play is set to capture the imagination of both new and existing players and drive revenues for operators.”
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