Hit 52 Bingo - 52 Ball Bingo
Added On 18th September 2017
A brand new bingo room has opened across the Dragonfish Network. It's called Candylicious and it's drawn it's inspiration from Charlie & The Chocolate Factory. The game itself is 52 ball one that requires you to complete a card of five numbers in order to get a full house.
Now 52 ball games aren't unusual but they usually use playing cards instead of traditional numbers! For example, Tombola have Cinco and last year 888 Ladies and Costa Bingo introduced similar 52 ball games in the form of Flash Fives and Bingo Vegas respectively. Candylicious follows on from those games but uses sweets instead of playing cards.
The Candyliciious game is fast and furious! A little Willy Wonka-esque guy who's obviously found one of Foxy's old purple suits jigs around centre stage. All the while sweets are fired out of a sweet firing cannon at the top of the screen. Any sweets that match the five on your playing card are marked off. Blink and you'll miss it!
The winner is the player who gets all five sweets marked off first and they take (or share) the full house pot. The game also has it's own progressive jackpot and this is won when house is called in eight calls or less. The game has it's own chat console, options to switch off auto-daub and music plus you can select whether to show sweets or sweets with numbers.
Currently Candylicious is only open as a daily special jackpot game that plays at 4pm. Tickets cost just 5p and they can be purchased in advance via the lobby. We guess the opening times may change depending on how popular the new game proves to be. Most certainly we'd like to see a few more opportunities to play more than once per day!
The Candylicious Room is available on a number of Dragonfish Network powered sites including Loquax, Chit Chat, Iceland and others. The Cashcade Network also have the game but on those sites it's known as Sugar Works and their room is open from midday to 10pm. The Sugar Works game plays in the same way but will have it's own jackpots and progressive.