|Manufacturer:||Net Entertainment||Bet Per Spin:||£2.00 – £6.00|
|Bonus Features:||n/a||Free Spins:||n/a|
|RTP:||90.00%||Game Type:||Table Games|
There was a time when if you wanted to play a game of Bingo you would head down to the local hall and join the ranks of elderly ladies chain smoking at the tables with their marker pens and multiple cards. It’s all a bit easier now, there are numerous websites at which you can play against other people and then there are games such as Net Entertainment’s Bingo – a single player game but one which includes a progressive jackpot.
When you first load up this game you will see three bingo cards and the ball machine on the right hand side; that’s pretty much all you need to have a game of bingo and that’s what you get. The extra here is the progressive jackpot total which is displayed in the small sign above the reels.
How It Works
You can choose to play with one, two or three bingo cards and each card contains three 5 x 5 grids. Your task is to fill in five horizontal, vertical or diagonal numbers. Those numbers are determined by the 30 which are drawn from the pool of 75 in the machine.
Once you have chosen the number of tickets to play, click ‘Buy’ and away you go. If you’ve selected the Autodraw option then the balls will emerge automatically and be marked off the cards. You can draw the balls manually and you can also use the ‘Finish Draw’ button to end it all instantly, although this takes the fun out of it somewhat.
When four balls in a row are marked off they will turn dark blue to let you know you’re close to a win; when a row is complete it will turn red. The more rows you complete the more you will win – it’s as simple as that.
To be eligible for this jackpot you must be playing with all three cards. Then comes the hard bit because you need to complete a line on the fifth or sixth drawn ball; when you do the big prize will be yours.
This is great for bingo fans who may be feeling a bit insular and just want to play on their own. It’s faster moving than the usual games which helps keep the interest up.