Deal Or No Deal: Lightning Spins Slot
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Deal Or No Deal: Lightning Spins is the next addition to a branded series that already got us a couple of titles. Coming from Blueprint Gaming, the slot gets its inspiration from a TV game show, with the same name. The games of the series borrow from the show enough to make them fun for someone that enjoys the real thing, using certain features that are modeled after it.
You’re seeing a slot with 5x3 reels, 20 active lines, but also with excellent rewards. Up to 5,000x the stake will be paid via certain fixed jackpots in one of its features, and the slot has medium-high volatility.
Deal Or No Deal: Lightning Spins Slot Features
The Wild symbol shows up as a regular logo with that exact word on it. It’s the way to get a new combo formed, even when you’re missing a regular symbol for it. The wild can be a substitute in that case.
Lightning Spins is a feature that Blueprint Gaming seems to be focusing quite a bit, as they’ve included it in a couple of different slots already, including Rhino Rampage and this one. To get it active, you need a number of scatter symbols in view, six or more typically. It’s a re-spin feature, which gives you 3 rounds during which you’re trying to get as many new scatters in view as possible. The re-spins reset if you do get new symbols. At the end of the feature, you can get regular prizes or fixed jackpots out of this. Mega appears to be the best fixed one, offering up to 5,000x the stake.
Deal or No Deal has its own feature that is inspired by the real life game show, and it will result in a delivery of free spins or cash prizes. You can access it via scatter symbols with the game’s own logo.
Theme & Design
For a fan of the Deal Or No Deal show, I’d say that the design doesn’t bring a lot to the table. We’re looking at mostly general images, no pictures of those involved in its production. About half of the regular symbols show up as Royals with a metallic look, while the themed ones give us the game logo, question marks, old rotary phones, a red wax seal, envelopes and coffee mugs.