Forget Angry Birds, the real fun in online gaming lies in the classics, oh and a rather addictive game of Deal or No Deal. The gaming industry is huge, really, really huge and whilst most of its is dedicated to high-quality, real-life looking games for powerful PCs and games consoles a growing chunk is allotted to online games, particularly online casino games. Most of these online games don’t require powerful, super-quick computers – in fact some can be played on smartphones – you don’t need to buy them and sometimes you don’t even need to pay to play. There are hundreds of free games available on the Internet as well as plenty that offer real financial rewards for a small stake. Here are three of the best online games available to play right now.
Deal or No Deal game
Whether you’ve watched the highly successful TV show or not, you will have at least heard of it. This is a game that pits you against an unknown banker and you have to battle it out to get the biggest possible financial reward. With Sky Vegas’ Deal or no Deal game you start off by picking your lucky box, which you save until last. You then progress through several rounds opening boxes which each have a monetary value. The idea is to get rid of all the low value boxes, so only high values remain – hopefully your lucky box contains the highest value. The banker offers you deals based on the remaining boxes and you have to reply ‘Deal’ or ‘No Deal’ to his offers. The Deal or No Deal game is compulsive playing at its best.
If you like to play cards but abhor the complicated rules of poker and blackjack, then HiLo is a game for you. All you have to do is bet on whether the next card drawn will be higher of lower than the previous one. If you bet correctly you win: simple. Sky Vegas also offers a variant of HiLo that allows you to bet on whether the card will be black or red.
Bingo is the fun and friendly face of gambling. It is easy to play, there are no real rules to learn and all you have to do is buy a card or two and let the computer mark off the numbers as they are called. There are two types of bingo available in the UK now, 90-ball and 75-ball bingo. Each offers something a little different.
You can find out more about the UK’s gambling industry on Gamble Aware.