|Game:||Hi Tech Keno||Paylines:||n/a|
|Manufacturer:||Electracade||Bet Per Spin:||£0.20 – £10.00|
|Bonus Features:||n/a||Free Spins:||n/a|
|RTP:||Unknown||Game Type:||Table Game|
If those spinning reels are making your eyes go a little funny then perhaps it’s time to give something else a go. Keno is a decent diversion if you’re looking for something a little more laid back – for this unfamiliar with this game the best way to think of it is as bingo with a large set of numbers. It’s popular in the United States and Australia and the name of this particular game is Hi Tech Keno.
Hi Tech Keno certainly looks hi-tech when you first load the game up and as you can see from the screenshot above the centre of the screen is taken up by a 10 x 8 grid containing the numbers one to eighty. This is the giant bingo card and it’s where all the action takes place. On the4 left of the screen there are various game options and the ladder on the right tracks any wins you might be landing.
How It Works
It’s all very simple and the first thing you need to do is decide on your stake. Adjust it upwards or downwards using the little blue arrows in the bottom left hand corner.
Now you can choose up to 15 spots on the board which will be your numbers when the balls are drawn. You can pick anywhere between one and fifteen or you can use the ‘random 15’ button to make your picks.
The Payout ladder on the right shows what you will win if you hit a certain number of positions.
Now just click play and fifteen balls will fly out of the hole below the grid and land on different positions. If they land on your selections you will see the relevant number of sectors light up on the right hand side, showing you what you have won.
This is an enjoyable enough version of Keno which has been poshed up a bit with some funky blue and grey metallic designs. The Turbo button helps things tick along a bit more quickly and it’s certainly worth checking out.