Play 36 Ball Bingo
If you enjoy bingo in the fast lane then 36 ball bingo is the perfect choice for you. Played mainly on the Virtue Fusion Network, the 36 ball game first manifested in the shape of Cash Cubes. This unique game requires players to match 12 numbers - unusual when you compare this to 30 ball (9 numbers) and 40 ball (10 numbers). Bouncy Balls soon followed and this has a similar format.
Not to be out done, Tombola recently launched their own version of the 36 ball game, Pulse. What was unique about Pulse was that it was the first bingo variant specifically launched for mobile. Like it's Virute Fusion counterparts a full house is called when 12 numbers are covered.
How To Play 36 Ball Bingo
Playing 36 ball bingo is exactly the same as any other bingo game. Numbers are drawn and those that match the numbers on your card are marked off. All games that are featured here are played in a multi-price room. Basically you can choose the price of a card (10p, 25p, 50p or £1 for example) and then play the same game as other roomies. All players have one ticket each making it a fair and square type game. The value of the full house and jackpots are determined by your ticket price.
Unlike their higher ball counterparts, there are few extra features associated with 36 ball games. A full house and progressive jackpot is all that's available. The key point to these games is that they are usually fast and furious - even though 12 numbers need to be covered. Because of the speed of play we do recommend sticking with auto-daub!
36 Ball Bingo Games
Below you'll find our reviews about just some of the 36 ball bingo versions that you can play or could have played online.