|Manufacturer:||Microgaming||Bet Per Spin:||£0.10 – £100.00|
|Bonus Features:||n/a||Free Spins:||n/a|
|RTP:||96.70%||Game Type:||Table Game|
- but why not try one of these?
You know what it’s like – you’ve been playing roulette for a while and perhaps you’ve also been ticking off the numbers on some bingo cards but what you really want to try is a combination of the two. Fortunately that’s where Spingo comes in; it’s a simple release from Microgaming which adds a bit of fun to the genre.
When you first load the game up you will be presented with a spinning wheel separated into red, blue and yellow segments plus a single green one. There are twenty five segments in total comprising eight per colour plus the green. At the centre of the wheel is a tube from which emerge the bingo balls, each of which is numbered from zero to ten. Below the wheel is the betting table which displays a nice simple range of bets.
How To Play Spingo
The first thing to do is select your bet level using the various chips at the bottom of the screen. Now just click on your favoured bets – as many or as few as you like. Now just click the ‘Spin’ button below the betting table and watch as a bingo ball emerges from the tube, bounce around the wheel and settles into a segment.
If you’ve picked correctly any winnings will be paid out in accordance with the paytable below:
- Combination (number + colour) – 32x
- Green Only – 24x
- Zero – 20x
- Single Number – 10x
- Colour – 3x
- Odd/Even – 2x
- 1-5/6-10 – 2x
That’s really all there is to it – if you click the ‘View Statistics’ button in the top right hand corner you’ll see a colourful analysis of recent results. It might look nice but don’t let it fool you into thinking that these number matter. However if you would like to know more about roulette betting strategies just click here.
This is an entertaining and high quality alternative to roulette with the extra addition of the bingo balls to add to the variety. Worth checking out if you’re looking for something different but note that playing traditional roulette has a better RTP (97.30%) then the one here – 96.70%.