Drumond Park Deal or No Deal Reviews
Product Type: Drumond Park board games
Description:Brand: Drumond Park / Age: 8 Years+ / For 2 - 4 players / The actual gameplay is a cinch for anybody who’s ever watched ... more
Drumond Park Deal or No Deal ... the TV show – which of course means that Deal or No Deal is a game that all the family can play. You start by laying the 22 money tokens, representing the prize amounts ranging from 1p to £250,000, face down on the table, mixing them up, and placing them at random into the 22 red boxes (no peeking!). Each player is given four answer cards (Deal, No Deal, Swap and Stick), and the Banker’s electronic phone is placed on the game board. The youngest (or oldest, if you prefer – you’re in charge!) player starts by selecting one box and places it onto the white table next to the scoreboard. This is the ‘prize box’ everybody’s playing for.
Newest Review: ... her box with them. Then the systematically select the remaining 21 boxes and eliminate each of them one at a time, revealing ... more
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Customer Drumond Park Deal or No Deal Reviews (6)
by - written on 08/09/09 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Channel 4's teatime gameshow 'Deal Or No Deal' is still a hugely popular show four years after it was first aired. The game, hosted by Noel Edmonds, involves the use of twenty two sealed boxes and the opponent of a mystery 'banker' who only communicates through Edmonds via telephone. A contestant choses one box as their own. Inside every sealed box is a card containing a monetary amount ranging from 1p to £250,000. The contestant randomly choses the other boxes to open aiming to find boxes with the lowest monetary amounts. The banker then offers the contestant a payment 'deal' (to buy the contestant's box) according to his best guess of what monetary amount is in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/12/11 (Very useful, 46 readings)
Everyone has a board game or two, maybe an old one from way back in time, or maybe even a new one from one of the latest television shows that are gracing our screens. I have several board games as I find they can help stem that flow of boredom and bring my family together as one, although it's sometimes as one arguing monster if things don't quite go a certain persons way, mentioning no names. Anyway, as my kids like to watch the latest television games shows they almost always like to buy the games shows spin off board games when ever they hit the market, which inevitably happens as soon as the show becomes popular, and one such game show amongst their ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/04/10 (Very useful, 17 readings)
I have always had mixed feelings about the TV show Deal or No Deal hosted by Noel Edmonds. I have watched it a few times but do find it irritating and not all that exciting considering they try to really build the excitement with calls to the banker to add to the tension. This is the board game based on the TV show which the whole family can play. Now, if you don't like the TV programme then you still may enjoy this as I think the board game is a bit better as you don't have to sit through the annoying Noel Edmonds banter in it. Having said that Deal or No Deal has been running for over two years now and is hugely successful which is no doubt why they released this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/09 (Very useful, 11 readings)
I am sure that everyone has watched Deal or No Deal at least once but just in case. . . It is a game show presented by Noel Edmonds in which contestants have to beat the banker and take home a jackpot prize. The idea is that each person has a box and the contestant goes through the game opening boxes to reveal low amounts of money which makes the banker think the box they have contains a large amount. The banker then offers to buy the box and you can deal or no deal until you are happy with the amount you take home. The board game version is just like the television show. It comes complete with an electronic banker, the playing board, 22 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/01/09 (Very useful, 23 readings)
We were given this board game for christmas - this seems to be the only time we ever have for playing games. We couldn't get started immediately as you have to make all the boxes up out of cardboard yourself. This was a bit fiddly but they were quite well made so they were quite easy to make up. There were also a couple of spares so if you do have any accidents you can replce them. I'm afarid I am probably the one person in the country who has never seen a full episode of Deall or no deal - but I have seen a few bits of episodes and to be honest the concept isn't that difficult, you open boxes in turn and decisde whether you want to risk carrying on ... Read the complete review
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