Lucky Touch Bingo Review
Lucky Touch Bingo joined the Wheel Of Slots Network, powered by Jumpman Gaming back in May 2016. The brand isn't new though and previously occupied a spot on the Cozy Games platform. A change of platform can either make or break a brand - so has switching been lucky for Lucky Touch? And will it be lucky for you?
The Wheel Of Slots Network is unusual in that new players aren't offered traditional bingo bonuses. Instead deposits and tasks are rewarded with a spin of the bonus wheel. This wheel can generate up to 500 free bingo tickets or 500 free slot spins on games such as Fluffy Favourites, Shaman's Dream and Temple Of Isis. New players that deposit £10 will receive their first spin on the wheel - wagering terms apply.
There are three bingo rooms at Lucky Touch - The Snug, Cash Cabin and Free Bingo. We don't know why but there are very few players in any of the rooms. Lucky Touch, and indeed all the brands on Wheel Of Slots, really need to pull something out the bag to encourage more play because as a new player joining for the first time there's nothing perhaps other than the free games to make you want to stay.
Thankfully there are slots to occupy your time whilst you wait for someone to buy a bingo card. Among the top games are Fluffy Too, Fluffy Favourites, Irish Luck, Shaman's Dream, Lost Island, Shopping Spree, Sugar Train, Irish Luck and Twinkle. A few more slots wouldn't go amiss but at least they're accessible via tablet and mobile.
£500 Fortune Fountain
Promotions are limited to those provided by the Wheel Of Slot Networks. These include a monthly prize draw to win cash prizes or bonuses, free bingo, a £500 Fortune Fountain game and the All Or Nothing £50 game that plays every Saturday. It'd have been nice to see something exclusive on offer.
Lucky Touch do have a social media presence, but don't have a lucky touch when it comes to getting followers. At time of writing just 2 people liked their Facebook page and 13 followed on Twitter. The adage of "if you build it, they will come" doesn't seem to be working!
Not So Lucky
And "doesn't seem to be working" is probably the best way to describe Lucky Touch Bingo. Quiet bingo rooms, limited slots, no exclusives and poor social presence doesn't cut it these days. We'd love to try and be more positive but this is one brand that really needs to get on the case.