Fluffy Favourites Bingo Review
Fluffy Favourites is synonymous with online bingo. Despite it’s retro look the slot game has been a cornerstone of pretty much every bingo site. Over the years the Fluffy theme has been picked up for other slot games, Slingo, Megaways and even bingo. In fact there are two versions of Fluffy Favourites Bingo – one 90 ball game that runs on Virtue Fusion and a more recent 36 ball addition that can be found on the likes of Foxy Bingo. In this review we’re taking a closer look at the 90 ball game.
How To Play Fluffy Favourites Bingo
Fluffy Favourites Bingo (90 Ball) can be found on most Virtue Fusion powered brands including Gala, Buzz, Sun Bingo and William Hill. The game itself plays daily from midday to midnight and tickets cost from 2p to 20p. Whilst all the games are 90 ball there are a number of variations including 1TG and 2TG games. For the most part Fluffy Favourites Bingo is a standard 90 ball game. Players purchase their tickets and aim to get one line, two lines and a full house as the numbers are drawn.
The Fluffy Favourites aspect of the game only kicks in at the end of a round. The Full House winner is offered the chance to win one of Fluffy’s famous bonus games including Toy Grabber, Coin Pusher or Floating Fluffys. To win a bonus round the FH winner needs to match three of a kind symbols on a mini 1 line, 3 reel slot. A small point is that don’t get confused when the bonus round appears as it’s only for the FH winner. However if they do win a bonus play then you do get to see how the bonus round plays out and whether the FH winner adds an extra cash prize. Like typical bonus rounds though wins are not guaranteed.
If you’ve played Fluffy Favourites then you’ll be familiar with the bonus rounds. Toy Grabber is a claw type game that’s popular in arcades, Floating Fluffys is a hook a duck style game whilst coin pusher is also based on a similar arcade game. Joining the bonus feature is a Fluffy Jackpot. This progressive prize can be won if a full house is called in 35 ball calls or less. Like many Virtue Fusion bingo jackpots this is a community prize. What this means is that if the Fluffy Jackpot is won then 50% of this prize goes to the full house winner and the remaining 50% is shared by players with tickets in the winning game. It’s a nice way to share out the prizes, especially as the FH winner also can win a bonus!
Themed bingo games sometimes can over egg the pudding when something simple can improve the experience. Fluffy Favourites Bingo does this well. There aren’t any community tickets or pick a something features to worry about. It’s just a case of eyes down and then hope you get to the full house prize and bonus round. The key plus point for Fluffy Favourites Bingo is that you get to see the winner’s bonus round. In a number of bingo variations this doesn’t happen. The only real frustration with this particular game is that it is very popular with players. Whilst that can mean big prizes it also means lots of players making it tougher to win. The game is also networked so you will be playing against roomies on other sites.