Play Fluffy Favourites Bingo - 90 Ball Bingo
Article Updated On 14th September 2020
Fluffy Favourites may have fallen foul of The UKGC but this slots brand isn't going away anytime soon. If anything it's going from strength to strength. It's latest incarnation is as a 90 ball bingo room on the Virtue Fusion platform. Join your favourite fluffy characters for a standard bingo game that's packed with extra features.
- Type Of Game: 90 Ball Bingo
- Cost: 2p, 5p, 10p, 15p, 20p
- Open: Noon to Midnight
- Jackpots: Jackpot In 35 Calls Or Less
- Extras: 1TG and 2TG Prizes
- Special Features: Community Jackpot & Fluffy Bonus
How To Play Fluffy Favourites Bingo
Fluffy Favourites Bingo on Playtech sites such as William Hill, Sky, Gala and Mecca, takes the traditional 90 ball game and adds a fluffy twist. The bingo room itself looks quite basic with simple looking cards and set-up. We suspect that this is done to make the game more compatible on mobile and tablet. A graphical header is the main nod to the popular slot - at least until after the base game is played. The fluffy twist comes into play at the end of proceedings and when the full house is called. At this point the full house winner has the chance to go on and play a feature game from the slot.
To play Fluffy Favourites Bingo you need to login to your selected site, head to the relevant room and purchase your tickets. Prices start from 5p and we think go up to a maximum of 20p per ticket. Each game is name after a Fluffy slot - Fluffy Fairgrounds, Fluffy Too Go, Fluffy Favourites Bargains etc. Each name has a slightly different variation such as 1TG prizes on Fluffy Too Go. Players can purchase up to 100 tickets for a game although we don't advise you do this. We tend to play a maximum of one strip per game.
Fluffy Favourites Bingo Bonus Features
The Fluffy Favourites Bingo game plays as normal. Random numbers between 1 and 90 are called until one line, two lines and the full house prizes are won. After the full house has been won a bonus round appears. Note that this is for the full house winner only. When we first played we thought the bonus round was for us! A feature game may be awarded to the FH winner if they match three of a kind on a 1 line, 3 reel slot spin. The bonus games that can be won are Toy Grabber, Coin Pusher or Floating Fluffys. The prizes on offer range from £25 up to £500.
When we played the game the Toy Grabber bonus round appeared a number of times. This resulted in the full house winner collecting £30 or £40. The other bonuses didn't show. Toy Grabber by the way is the one with the claw which moves to pick up one of the soft toys then usually drops it before depositing it in the winner box. Pretty much the same format as real life claw arcade games. In addition to the bonus round, Fluffy Favourites Bingo also boasts a community jackpot. If a full house is called in 35 calls or less then the progressive jackpot is won and shared 50/50 with the winner and roomies who held tickets for that particular game.
This is an impressive addition to the 90 ball bingo genre. It's simple but the inclusion of the Fluffy bonus round gives an extra incentive to the player. The ticket pricing is good too and we like the fact that there's variations from game to game, such as 1TG prizes. The game is also proving popular with over 200 players in the room during our trial run. One thing we do love about Fluffy Favourites Bingo is that all players get to see the bonus round. A number of games hide this process from other roomies but by including it you can share the hits and misses of other players.
One thing we don't understand is why Dragonfish don't have this game. For years they've been synonymous with Fluffy Favourites and some bingo sites have had Fluffy related rooms (e.g. Iceland Bingo has a room where you can win Fluffy spins). A game like this would be a massive boost to brands like Wink, Costa and 888 Ladies. To add more insult to injury Foxy Bingo have launched their own Fluffy Favourites Bingo game on the Entain (GVC) platform. This is actually a 36 ball game so different from this version. What it does mean though is that Dragonfish could potentially launch their own version which we'd still love to see.
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