Play Fluffy Favourites Bingo - 36 Ball Bingo
Article Updated On 16th December 2020
Fluffy Favourites Bingo has arrived at Foxy Bingo and other brands on the Entain/GVC Network that includes Ladbrokes, Cheeky and Coral. This game however isn't to be confused by the game of the same name that runs on Virtue Fusion. That is a 90 ball game that features some of the bonus rounds of the popular slot. This particular version is a 36 ball game that features the classic claw grab bonus feature of the popular slot!
- Type Of Game: 36 Ball Bingo
- Cost: 2p, 4p, 10p, 20p, £1
- Open: 24/7
- Jackpots: None
- Extras: Toy Grabber Bonus For FH Winner
- Special Features: Pre-buy available
How To Play Fluffy Favourites Bingo
Foxy's version of Fluffy Favourites Bingo is a 36 ball game which uses the Fluffy characters holding different coloured ballons as opposed to bingo numbers. When you visit the room for the first time a brief explanation of how the game works is given. The room itself is quite basic with a green hill cartoon background and a rainbow at the top being the main features. The game most certainly looks like it has been designed for mobile play. This is a multi stakes room - which means you pick a ticket price - but still play the same game as other players. In this case you can opt to wager 2p, 4p, 10p, 20p or £1 per game.
Each player in a Fluffy Favourites Bingo game has just one bingo card. This is made up of 16 different fluffy characters holding balloons. Therefore you will see lions, giraffes, elephants and monkeys holding various red, orange, blue and green balloons. The bingo card is essentially a square with sixteen characters split into four different lines around the square. In the middle of the square is where the "bingo calls" appear - if you match a character and balloon colour then these are popped off on your bingo card with a magical rainbow.
There are two prizes on offer in Fluffy Favourites Bingo: a one line prize and a full house prize. The first is won by the player who completes a set of four characters whilst the full house is self explanatory and requires all sixteen characters to be marked off. As far as we're aware there's no progressive jackpot or jackpot for calling house in less than a fixed number of calls. This we think would make a useful addition to the game and may encourage more players to take a look.
There is however a bonus prize for the full house winner. At the end of the game the FH winner is invited to play a Claw Grabber or Toy Grabber bonus round. As in the slot game the value of each toy varies and there's no guarantee of a win. What we like about this particular bonus round is that all players get to see the action. There are a few themed games that offer extras after the last call but no one can see what's happening. The room also has a chat facility so players can comment on the results as well as talk to fellow roomies.
Fluffy Favourites is synonymous with online bingo and remains incredibly popular. It's strange to see two different versions of a bingo game but the same thing happens with slot games such as Monopoly and Deal Or No Deal. The license holder simply allows their brand to be used by game developers. We do like the fact that Foxy's version is very different to the 90 ball version you'll find on Buzz, Paddy Power and other Virtue Fusion brands.
In many respects this 36 ball game is very much in the same vein as Cash Cubes and Tombola's Morph. The multi stake option is good and we do like the fact that you can play from just 2p. The biggest problem for Foxy, Coral, Ladbrokes and Cheeky will be getting players into their new rooms. When Tombola launched Morph the rooms were busy straightaway but that isn't the case here. A few promotions and perhaps a progressive jackpot could help boost player interest?
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