How To Play Bingo Roulette
Bingo Roulette is a new networked bingo game from Dragonfish.
You may have come across a game called Bingo Roulette before, at Tombola. Both Bingo Roulette games are essentially a straightforward bingo game with a spinning roulette wheel churning out the numbers instead of bingo balls, but the underlying game engines are quite different:
- Tombola: 37 balls, 8 numbers per card and a maximum of 4 cards per player
- Dragonfish: 52 balls, 5 numbers per card and a maximum of 50 cards per player
If you think 52 balls and 5 numbers sounds familiar, you’re right – the Dragonfish Bingo Roulette game is powered by the same engine as Bingo 52, their playing card based game, although it looks quite different. The last Dragonfish bingo game that used this engine, Candylicious, was not very popular and was eventually withdrawn but that was probably due to its being a speed version of the game where all the calls were made so rapidly that each game was over in seconds.
Bingo Roulette is visually very appealing with the spinning wheel and we would not be surprised to see it become more popular than the playing card based version of the game.
Where To Play Bingo Roulette
Bingo Roulette is available at some but not all Dragonfish powered bingo sites. The room is open in the late afternoon and evening and tickets are priced at 5p.
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