Fluffy Favourites Bingo Review
Fluffy Favourites Bingo launched on the Entain (GVC) Network, headed up by Foxy Bingo, during December 2020. But doesn’t Fluffy Favourites Bingo already exist on Virtue Fusion sites like Mecca, Gala and Buzz? Yes you’d be right however the two games are – apart from the brand name – completely different. Foxy’s version of Fluffy Favourites Bingo is a 36 ball speed bingo games whilst the other version is 90 ball. It is unusual for two games to feature the same theme but basically Eyecon Games, who are behind Fluffy, have licensed different companies to produce different games. You see similar things in slots for the likes of Kingdom’s Rise, Rainbow Riches and Monopoly.
How Do I Play 36 Ball Fluffy Favourites Bingo?
Foxy’s Fluffy Favourites Bingo is a multi stake game. This means that when you first login to the room you’ll be asked to purchase a ticket costing typically 5p, 10p, 25p, 50p or £1. We have seen some games where the ticket price starts at 2p mind so it’s a good one for penny bingo fans. All tickets play the same round but the price you select will reflect the prizes that you can win. Note that all players also only have one ticket per game. The bingo card is made up of 16 Fluffy Characters who are holding red, orange, blue and green balloons. The aim of the game is to match one line and a full house.
Fluffy Favourites Bingo doesn’t have numbers! In order to win the prizes you need to match your fluffy characters and their coloured balloons with the calls. Both elements must match for the character to be crossed off on your card. When the game concludes the full house winner is invited to play the Claw Machine bonus round for the chance to win an additional prize. This is the famous arcade machine that picks up soft toys only to let go of them just at the last moment. As far as we’re aware this version of Fluffy Favourites Bingo doesn’t offer you the chance to win jackpots or progressives.
Is Fluffy Favourites Bingo Any Good?
If you like 36 ball games which are usually pretty fast and furious then this is a good option. It’s very much in the vein of other 36 ball variants such as Cash Cubes and Tombola’s Morph. We think it’s also a perfect game for those who like to play on mobile. Is it better than the 90 ball version of Fluffy Favourites Bingo? That really depends on your own preferences when it comes to type of game and platform. The Foxy version isn’t as busy as the 90 ball game and the prizes aren’t as big. That said quieter rooms do mean better chances to win and as this is multi-stake you know everyone has the same number of tickets. If you can play for the lower stakes then that’s even better!