Bingo Millions Lucky Slot Review
What do you get when you cross bingo with slots? Usually the answer would be Slingo but there's now a new contender on the block. Bingo Millions who are more well known for their lottery meets bingo game have launched their first slot version. Bingo Millions Lucky Slot combines slots, bingo and lottery all in one exciting to play game. If that's not enough you have the chance to win up to £1million!
Bingo Millions Lucky Slot is a 5 reel 20 payline slot. The game screen looks like any other slot except to the left is a set of bingo cards. The aim of the game is to try and create winning lines on the slot. In addition you can also complete bingo cards for the chance to win other prizes. The number of bingo cards in play are determined by your wager and numbers are called when the +1 bingo ball appers on screen. The format for the bingo element is the same as other Bingo Millions games.
How To Play Bingo Millions Lucky Slot
Wagering on Lucky Slot starts at 20p but this can be increased up to £10. Use the + and - symbols on the the right of the screen to adjust the wager. Note that if you change the wager mid-game then you will reset the bingo element of the game. However if you then return to the original wager you'll take up where you left off. The same applies if you leave the game and return to it another day. The bingo element of Lucky Slot concludes when 75 numbers have been called.
Spinning the reels on Lucky Slot is the same as any other game. On the reels are various lucky symbols including Ladybirds, Four Leaf Clovers, Rabbit Paws, Horseshoes, Dice, Acorns, Lucky 7s, Lucky 8s and Lucky Pennys. The Horseshoe is the highest paying symbol with a x250 multiplier for five of a kind whilst the Rabbit Foot is x50 and the next highest payer. Bingo card symbols are wild whilst the free spins symbols activates a bonus round provided three of the same symbol appear on the reels.
Win A Million
When you spin the slots bingo balls may appear on the reels. These represent bingo calls and may result in numbers being marked off on your cards. Bingo Millions works in a different way to a normal game. A total of 75 balls out of 90 will be called and the aim of the game is to get 1L, 2L and/or a full house within a fixed number of calls in order to win a prize. For example get one line within 31-35 calls to win £1! Get a full house in 15 to 30 calls and you'll become a millionaire.
During the game you'll see the status of all your cards including those that are at 1TG, 2TG, 3TG and 4TG. Note that these will relate to the next available win (1L, 2L and FH). After 35 calls you can't win on one line and after 60 calls you can't win two lines. Note that if you don't get a full house in 75 calls then you don't win a prize. It is also possible to win multiple one line, two line and full house prizes whilst playing Lucky Slot. Once 75 calls have been made the bingo cards are reset.
Lucky Slot is an interesting to play game that combines the enjoyment of slots with the enigma that is Bingo Millions. It's also actually nice to play a slots meet bingo game that isn't Slingo. No offence to Slingo but it's about time there was an alternative. However after a few spins of Lucky Slot we did start to wonder whether we'd be better off either buying tickets for a Bingo Millions game or wagering on another slot - not combining the two.
The reason for this is that it takes a while for the bingo calls to be be generated. We got to 35 calls - and no wins on one line - before deciding enough was enough. The fact is that the chances of winning a decent prize on Bingo Millions are pretty remote. It's hard enough to win a million pounds anyway let alone when you have to spin a slot to generate the numbers. Wins on the slot weren't great during our trial and overall Lucky Slot didn't feel that lucky to us.