Tombola Bingo Roulette - Play 37 Ball Bingo
Article Updated On 4th September 2020
Long before bingo sites started deviating away from the 75 ball or 90 ball formula Tombola were already well ahead of the curve. Back in 2009 we reviewed their Bingo Roulette game and this is now an updated look at it. This is a 37 ball game that uses a roulette wheel as a way to call numbers and a roulette table to devise your bingo card. Are you ready to spin and win with Bingo Roulette?
- Type Of Game: 37 Ball Bingo
- Cost: From 10p
- Open: From 8am
- Jackpots: Jackpots for <10 and <12 spin wins
- Extras: None
- Special Features: Roulette themed game
How To Play Bingo Roulette
Despite being over 10 years old Bingo Roulette still looks an attractive game. When you first visit you'll be offered the choice of entering 1 of 4 different rooms that are all named after Las Vegas hotels. The Luxor and Mirage rooms cost 10p a ticket whilst it's 25p in Venetian and 50p in Bellagio. When you've decided on a room you'll then invited to purchase tickets. Each player can select a maximum of 4 tickets per game. Each ticket is represented by different coloured chips, blue green, purple and red.
When you select a colour 8 numbers will be covered with the respective chips across the roulette table. These represent your bingo ticket! If you're unhappy with the numbers randomly chosen for you then you can click 'shuffle' to get another set of numbers. At eyes down the roulette wheel will start to spin and a number called after each spin. As with all bingo games the aim of the game is to coverall your eight numbers before your fellow roomies and therefore win the full house.
As well as the full house prize, Bingo Roulette also offers you the chance to win one of two jackpots. Call house in 10 calls or less and you'll win x20,000 your single ticket stake. Call house in 11 or 12 calls and you'll receive x2000 your initial stake. The biggest prize on offer is £10,000 and this is available in the Bellagio Room. We're not sure of the odds of winning these jackpots but suspect they're not good. It'd be nice to know how frequent these prizes are won.
Tombola's Bingo Roulette is surprisingly quite a gentle paced game. The calls aren't rushed out and it's an enjoyable experience versus the current trend for speedier games. We quite like the graphics and in fact they look really good even for a game that's older than many bingo brands. There is a chat facility so you can engage with fellow roomies although to be fair it is mostly dominated by "to go" notifications. The only downside about Bingo Roulette is because of Tombola's popularity it makes trying to win a game very difficult. We dropped in all four rooms and surprisingly the number of players in each is pretty similar.
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