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Coffee Bingo

Coffee Bingo

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Coffee Bingo Review

Sue Dawson

Rating: 3/5

Rating: 3/5

Coffee Bingo started life as a rather lacklustre site on the Dragonfish network. Originally launched in early 2013, the only exclusive promotion it ever had involved the chance to win a coffee maker.  During 2014 it was taken over by 8Ball as part of their vast acquisition drive and now has some promotions that are only shared with other 8 Ball sites.  Unfortunately the welcome offer is not at all competitive and we suggest going for one of the other 8 Ball bingo sites instead.

But for players indifferent about generous bingo bonuses and who utterly adore cursory website customisation, then Coffee Bingo is going to be of massive appeal. Presiding over the boilerplate front page is a rudimentary logo, a large promo header and a collapsible four column grid of thumbnails – so far so good.

And in accordance with all the other Dragonfish websites, a painful promo blub has been installed at the base of the home page that’s been liberally flavoured with cringeworthy coffee-related phrases.

Still, there are loads of games to play – 600+ to be imprecise. These include Raging Rhino, Dwarf Mine, Platinum Goddess and Reel Rush. Those of you wringing your hands about whether or not Starburst has been included needn’t fret. It’s there alright, as is the case with every…single…site…powered…by…Dragonfish.

As ever, 5-line, 75-ball and 90-ball bingo games have been plopped into the brew and are probably just enough to satisfy casual gamers.

So what’s our take on Coffee Bingo? Well, given its standardised layout, standardised game collection and standardised design, we thought we’d assign it one of our standardised ratings: three stars is about right. There’s really not much here to stimulate players – decaf is most certainly the word.