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Spectra Bingo is a Dragonfish network site that had a radical makeover for autumn 2015 (praise be) that conceals the sorry layout that besmirches so many of its sister sites.
Yep, Spectra Bingo is a cheeky non conformist when it comes to design. Although there’s nothing terribly innovative, the site looks clean and well put together. On desktops, the landing page is dominated by a large promotional header that’s populated by a troubled looking female juggling bingo balls.
Underneath are the game thumbnails arranged in four columns as well as some promotional guff that’s been composed with on-page SEO firmly in mind. Nevertheless, the Spectra Bingo platform looks pretty appealing considering what lurks behind the cheerful front-page theme. As so to the games…
For those of you unfamiliar with the Dragonfish game portfolio, rest assured that you’ll find 52-ball, 75-ball and 90-ball bingo rooms. They’re very consistent in this area… we’ve seen plenty of examples, believe us.
There are also more than 600 online slots to support the bingo games. Top titles include Diamond Mine, Hot Shots, Cleopatra Plus, Raging Rhino, Starburst and Lucky Lassie. There are also a few obscure progressive jackpots – Shaman’s Dream is perhaps the most well-known out of the bunch.
So we have ourselves another Dragonfish-powered bingo platform. Mercifully, a bit of effort has been put into the branding which helps set it apart from its legions of stable-mates; a 3.9 rating then.