Bingo Resort is brought to our desktop and mobile screens from developer PariPlay. This gaming design company offers an interactive fixed odds gaming solution to UK, and European facing audience from their HQ in Douglas – Isle of Man. They recently entered into a partnership with US-based Majesco Entertainment, and have ten years of experienced in this industry. This game is an 76 ball version, and offers a top jackpot prize of€100 000.00.
Players are able to select one, two, three or four bingo cards to play simultaneously. They are also able to select a ticket price of 10c, 25c, 50c, €1.00, €2.00, €3.00, €5.00, and €10.00. Tickets are set out in a three x five grid, with a star (*) which is a free space, and beach balls pop out randomly at the top of the game to generate the numbers. An auto play button is on offer, and can be set to automatically play between five and any number of rounds when the player does not want to play the game manually.
Unlike 90 ball bingo, prizes are not given for marking specific numbers off the cards, but rather for creating a line across, or a specific patter according to the numbers. Tickets are made to look like airplane tickets, and a Pariplay Airlines plane flies across them on every new game, leaving behind the star or free space. This is like a bonus space that helps players create more winning combinations, and is specific to 75 ball bingo. Why this particular game offer 76 balls we are not quite sure. Presumably if the numbers called fill the entire card, this would offer the maximum prize.
Bingo Resort is set into a tropical island type of backdrop, where blue seas, green palm fronds, exotic orchids, and golden sands set an island holiday scene. A cute little thatched bar has two Pinacoladas’ awaiting the winner. Ambient sounds are the sounds of a plane flying by, and calypso drums playing.
Altogether this is a very nice version of virtual bingo that fans are able to play for both low stakes and a relatively high wager too. The top bet for playing all four cards will cost €40.00, and we are assuming that this is the price to pay in order to win the top prize. The €100 000 jackpot prize also makes it incredibly attractive, and it can be played in demo mode too.
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