So Do We Have a Deal or What is a game that plays just like on the game show Deal or No Deal.
There are 26 briefcases, each of which containing a value of money ranging from one cent to one million dollars.
When you start the game, you pick a briefcase. You then must choose six briefcases to open. Based on the cases you have opened, the banker will offer you an amount of money for your case.
You may then choose to accept his offer (Deal) or reject it (No Deal). If you choose No Deal, you then have to open five cases, after which you will get another offer.
The number of cases to open decreases all the way to one, at which point you will get an offer after each case you open. If you decide to go all the way, you will win the amount in your case.
The UK version of the game works as follows:
There are 22 boxes, each of which containing a value of money ranging from one penny to £250,000. When you start the game, you pick a box. You then must choose five boxes to open. Based on the boxes you have opened, the banker will offer you an amount of money for your box. You may then choose to accept his offer (Deal) or reject it (No Deal). If you choose No Deal, you then have to open three more boxes, after which you will get another offer. This continues until you are down to two boxes (your box and one that hasn't been picked). At this point, not only do you get an offer, but you also get the opportunity to swap your box with the other remaining box. If you choose no deal after the last offer, you get the amount in your box. If you choose to swap boxes, you get the amount in the other box.
Be the Banker:
In the 2-player game, one person plays the game as normal. The other person, however, plays the role of the banker, making offers and (in the UK version) choosing whether to offer a swap when two boxes are left.
- Sound volume increased significantly (phone now clearly audible)
- Cases/boxes are now removed when opened (as opposed to the number being grayed out)
- Display of how many cases are left to open
- Values of opened cases are now faded out instead of being completely removed
- A bug allowing boxes 23-26 to be selected in the UK version has been fixed.
- Sounds added
- 2 Player version "Be the Banker"
- Case no longer immediately greyed out upon selection
- The value of the most recently opened case is shown
- In the UK version, there is now only a 70% chance of being offered a swap
- Statistics for total earnings, total possible, and a ratio between the two added. Total possible is defined as either the highest offer, the value of the player's case, or, in the UK version, the other case if the game gets to the last two cases, whichever is greatest.
- UK version now available
- Your box is highlighted green
- Made slight modifications to the offer-calculating code.