Deal or No Deal Dream Factory Slot Review
Deal or No Deal Dream Factory is a 5 reel, 20 payline video slot created by Endemol and Blueprint Gaming. You can play from as little as 20p to as much as £100 a spin. It is based on the popular TV show which is famous now around the world (with different names). Endemol has already produced Deal or No Deal The Banker’s Riches which is a progressive jackpot slot – Dream Factory is what the studio where Deal or No Deal takes place is also known as.
In terms of Deal or No Deal Dream Factory, it benefits from bonus wilds – the factory pumps out clear bubbles that pop over the reels turning random symbols into wilds. Now on to the Golden Envelope – the factory will also pump out bubbles different coloured bubbles. They will rest over reel positions and unveil the same symbol in each position guaranteeing you a win. The banker will then offer you a gamble to take your win or choose a mystery prize from the banker – you could even win direct entry into a bonus feature!
In terms of features, there’s the Factory Bonus feature where you are taken to the inner workings of the Dream Factory and where, more importantly, dreams are made – this is triggered by getting the Telephone bonus symbol on reels 1, 3 and 5. The box machine whirls away, you need to pick boxes to light up the lights and choose 1 of 5 boxes.
You can reveal a cash prize and take your win before returning to the base game. If you collect 2 lights you will get ‘Play It Again’ – here you go to the Dream Factory basement to play a mini game of Deal or No Deal to get up to 50 free spins! You will play out the free spins in the basement reels with The Banker offering you a multiplier for your winnings up to 10x!
‘Red Mist’ descends you back into the factory basement where the Box Man wheels out the Wild Wheel. You need to spin the wheel to choose which royal symbols will turn into wilds. Up to 5 symbols can turn wild but if you land on the same symbol twice and you will collect and play out your spins. You will be rewarded with 3 initial spins with the chance to earn more (on reel 5).
‘Walk of Wealth’ ascends up to the factory roof and chooses bubbles to help the Box Man climb the Walk of Wealth. Bubbles contain a number of steps or they might increase the prizes on offer. If you find his umbrella, it will move him up a mystery number of steps. If you reveal collect, you will take your winnings and go back to the base game. If you reach the top with the maximum level, the gates to the Super Deal open where you get the choice to take your winnings from the trail or gamble!
‘The Super Deal’ is the most exciting game of Deal or No Deal where you get to play for up to 2,500 times your total stake. You need to choose your lucky box and then play real game of Deal or No Deal against The Banker. He will make you a generous offer after every round and it’s down to you to deal or no deal! This feature can also be triggered initially if 3 lights light up in the bonus picker.
As you have read, there’s a lot to take in for Deal or No Deal Dream Factory – I much prefer it to the other Deal or No Deal slot with the potential for wins being bigger (well, apart from triggering the progressive jackpot in the other version!). I found it to be a medium variance game which is nicely balanced.
The Super Deal is obviously the feature where you can win the most (2,500 times your stake) and where I’ve won just under 600 times my stake one. This is a great game produced by Blueprint Gaming/Endemol and one that will become a household favourite (like the television show).