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- How to play Bingo
Introduction to Bingo
Bingo is a game of chance for several people that is played with 90 numbered-balls and at least one card per person (European version). The bingo cards have 15 numbers, divided into 3 lines of 5 numbers each.
The aim of the game is to mark the numbers of the card as the balls appear and manage to be the first to complete 1 line, 2 lines and all the card (called bingo).
To start playing, it is necessary to have cards. Up to 24 cards can be purchased. The cards are organized in serials of 6 cards (in columns). All the numbers, from 1 to 90 and with no repetition, are in a serial.
To purchase bingo cards more easily you only have to click on the pack of bingo cards you want.
The countdown on the superior part indicates the time left for the following game. If you have at least 1 card purchased, you will start playing.
To purchase cards, it is necessary to select them and press the button purchase (the cards purchased appear in orange)
The price in chips per card and the amount of cards you have purchased will be shown on the screen.
Note: The game chips are not real money and they cannot be exchanged by money.
Press the button change cards to change the cards on sale for different ones. The cards you purchased will not change, that way you can select cards of different serials.
To allow automatic purchase the number of cards you choose during the games you want.
You can have automatic purchase active in all game rooms. What’s more, you can always modify or cancel your purchase from the room in which you activated it.
The chips from the purchased cards are taken away at the beginning of the purchasing time of each game.
During the purchasing time you can give cards to the rest of the players in the room.
Click on the players you want or choose the option to mark all and push the button give a gift to make it effective.
You can also indicate the number of cards to give.
How to play Bingo
Once the game starts, the numbered balls will appear successively. If any of the numbers shown match up with any of the numbers of the cards, we can mark it. To do that, click on the number with the left button of the mouse.
By default, the numbers are marked automatically, however you can change this option on the “settings” tab.
The cards are coloured depending on the number needed to get a prize. The green indicates that 3 are needed, the yellow 2 and the red 1.
Call line, 2 lines or bingo
If we manage to mark all the numbers of a horizontal line (5 in total) in one of our cards, the game will automatically call a line, receiving the correspondent prize at the moment the line is made.
The same happens to the prize of 2 lines (10 numbers) and to the bingo (all the numbers marked).
When someone in the room calls Bingo, the game finishes and the purchase of cards for the next round starts.
The jackpot can be gotten if bingo is called with the number of balls indicated. The number of balls to get the pot is increased, one by one, in each game. It is easier to get the pot with the 70th than with the 40th ball.
The distribution of prizes is carried out the following way: bingo 54%, 2 lines 21% and line 8%. In each game, the pot is accumulated in 5%. The bank receives 14% of each card sold.
If 2 or more cards are winners, the prize is shared among them (it is possible that one player has 2 or more winning cards).
Play without being in the room or in several rooms at a time
It is possible to play not being in the room. To do that, purchase cards and leave the room. The game will be carried out automatically without you. If you return to the room, you will continue playing with the cards you purchased.
You can play in several rooms at the same time using the same method.
If you have not called bingo for one number left, you will have the chance of getting a special prize with the extra ball.
When this option is displayed, you can purchase up to 3 extra balls to complete the card for the price shown on the screen.
The prize depends on the price of the card and the balls left in the globe.
If you want, you can disable this option on the “settings” tab.
The collectables are gifts your get when level up. Complete a collection to get chips. In this process, a copy of each collectable of the collection you are exchanging will be used.
Our list of collectables can be seen from the icon album.
Besides getting them when you level up, you can purchase them to complete the collection as fast as possible.
You can give any of your collectables to a player in the room and thus help them to complete their collection.
You can only accumulate at maximum 50 equal collectables.
You can get gems during the game to exchange them for free cards. The higher the price of a card, the more gems you will get.
The magnifying glass button below allows you to vary the size of the cards.
You can set several game options on the “settings” tab. For example, you can set the automatic marking of the cards, the automatic order or the extra ball.
The leaderboard is based on the chips spent in each game.
Besides taking part in the leaderboard, you can also progress in the game level thanks to the experience points (XP).
The experience points (XP) are got by picking the stars that are shown during the game when marking the special numbers of the cards.
The higher the price of the card, the more stars/ points you can get. If you get a prize, you will get extra points.