The graphics of Deal or No Deal: The Banker’s Call is not particularly interesting or well-made, but they send the point across. You’re looking at five Royal symbols for the lowest positions while the rest deliver stamped seals, mugs, notebooks, envelopes, contestants, and various boxes with logos on them.
One of the common features at your disposal, the Wild symbol is also one of the two capable of forming top-paying combinations. A combo of 2 to 5 wilds pays between 0.5 and 200x the stake. It’s possible to get the top jackpot just with regular combinations.
The other features are triggered with a combination of scatters. The Telephone Bonus is a scatter that you get on the 1st and 3rd reels. Depending on which type of scatter lands on the 5th reel, there are three types of Banker’s Call bonus games to trigger (Regular, Super, and Mega variants). These are picking bonus games that can deliver prizes. The call feature activates after the 3, 4, or 5 picks depending on the bonus version, so the first bunch of boxes is safe to open.
They also have a feature called What’s In Your Box, requiring the Deal or No Deal box landing on the 3rd reel. It opens up and reveals one regular symbol that’s transformed into a wild for that round.
Finally, closed Deal or No Deal boxes can land on the middle reel, opening to reveal a random paytable symbol that will become enhanced for that spin as all versions of the symbol turn into wilds.