Monday, August 20, 2007

Try the TV Game - Deal Or No Deal!

There is this TV game show being televised in Malaysia's NTV7 channel during the weekend called Deal Or No Deal in the mandarin language. I found it quite boring as it was just a game of chance or pure luck selecting the right baggage and tikam-tikam (poke here and there) while hoping that the bag you have chosen was the one with large amount of money.

It seems that this TV game show originated from UK and the craze spread across Europe, USA and throughout the world till it reached Malaysia's shore.

You can try out the game itself. First click the picture below and you'll be directed to USA's version. Then follow the instruction as provided by selecting one briefcase first.

In Malaysia's version, you have 26 beautiful ladies holding a bag each (the main attraction for the TV viewers and live audience). Maybe it's the same for other countries too....hehehe

Tags: Deal Or No Deal, NTV7, TV Game Show



Blogger footiam said...

Since the show originated from UK and the craze spread across Europe, USA and now Malaysia, that goes to show that many people find the show interesting.Life is also a matter of tikam-tikam!

21 August, 2007 00:01  
Blogger Huei said...

ahh! i've been playing that too! kinda addictive!!! hehehehe

21 August, 2007 09:46  
Anonymous jane said...

ala, my housemates every monday and tue night also watch this show.. aiyo so sien ah. I don't find it interesting oso. Only wanna know how much money they bring home, and see whether the contestants "soi yong" or not, and if they are "soi yong", then we'll laugh out loud and say "dai sei" when they get to bring back only 20 cents. wahahaha! so mean hor!

21 August, 2007 15:18  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

its like gambling only. if i was the contestant, i wld not deal at all till the end. what hav u got to lose anyway and this game doesnt require the usage of yr brain.

footiam-depends on what's yr life's purpose, otherwise it'll be tikam2 for the rest of the life

21 August, 2007 16:18  
Anonymous donzy said...

This game is also played here in the Philippines. I never thought it was patterned from other countries until I read it here. And this is a major attraction for audiences of all ages here in the country.

22 August, 2007 18:49  

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