Play Bingo Royale - 90 Ball Bingo
Article Updated On 5th February 2020
Jackpotjoy have announced the return of their Bingo Royale game. The game was dropped sometime ago, possibly around the time the site was revamped. The new Bingo Royale has had a lovely makeover and it offers players something extra on top of the usual 90 ball bingo. If you've played Roll-On games at the likes of Gala and Mecca, then that's essentially what you have here!
- Type Of Game: 90 Ball Bingo
- Cost: 10p
- Open: From 9am (TBC)
- Jackpots: Royal Pardon & Super Jackpot
- Extras: None
- Special Features: Roll On Bingo
The Bingo Royale game plays like any other 90 ball game. There are prizes for one line, two lines and the full house. If, at the end of the game, His Majesty appears in his palace then up to five extra balls will be called. Any full house wins generated from these calls will yield a share of The Royal Pardon Jackpot.
According to the information on Jackpotjoy, The Royal Pardon feature will occur on average 3 out of 10 times. The number of extra calls is determined by the Royal Dog. He'll bark up to five times to indicate the number of extra calls that will be offered. As far as we're aware all players - regardless of ticket numbers - are given the extra calls.
In addition to the Royal Pardon feature there's also a Super Jackpot. This is set at £1000 and can be won by any player who calls house in 36 calls or less. The Super Jackpot increases during linked games but note that the Royal Pardon feature doesn't appear if it is a linked game.
Simplified Bingo Tickets
One thing we do like about Bingo Royale is the graphics. For example, there are some nice images of His Majesty washing the dog in the bath. We believe that His Majesty and the dog are new characters to Jackpotjoy, but we're not sure what they're called. The cool graphics extend to the number calls, daubing and general look of the game.
Another thing we especially like are the simplified bingo tickets. When you hit 3TG, 2TG or 1TG you're shown just the numbers that are left rather than your whole ticket. If you're a traditionalist then there are options to switch this feature off should you so wish.
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