Nevada Bingo Review
Nevada Bingo is the latest playing card based game from Tombola. Playing cards have been used in a number of bingo games including Cinco (Tombola), Bingo Vegas (Costa Bingo) and Housey (Sun Bingo). However all these games are the same in that to achieve a full house you need to mark off five matching cards. Nevada is different in that it takes things to a new level with a 16 number ticket and prizes for one line, two lines, three lines and a full house.
How To Play Nevada Bingo
When you open up Nevada you may be invited to first select a room to enter depending on the number of active players. Nevada Bingo is a multi-stake game which means you can choose to play from 10p, 25p or 50p, £1 or £2 but still play the same game. The prizes just differ depending on your stake. All Nevada Bingo players have one ticket that comprises of 16 playing cards in a 4×4 grid. At eyes down playing cards are drawn and called like numbers in a typical 90 ball game.
Prizes & Jackpots
As mentioned at the start Nevada is different from other playing card games as it offers one line, two lines, three lines and full house prizes. Note that the one, two and three lines must be horizontal and not vertical or diagonal. The three line prize wasn’t a part of the game at launch but has been added based on player feedback. Match all 16 cards to the full Las Vegas skyline in the background to win the Full House Prize. In addition to the three main prizes Nevada also has a fixed Jackpot prize. Get a full house within 33 calls to win £1000 with a £2 stake, £500 with a £1 stake, £250 with a 50p stake, £125 with a 25p stake and £50 with a 10p stake.
You might not be aware but Tombola games often come with a number of extra features to enhance your play. For example you can change the Las Vegas background to either Golden Hour or Blue Hour. There are also options to switch the cards to “pips” or stick with the default large suits. Additionally you can reduce or increase the chat size, change the colour and switch off sound effects and music. One option that is missing is an option to switch off or hide the chat which sometimes would be useful!
Penny’s Thoughts On Nevada
Nevada Bingo is another excellent addition to the Tombola roster and a partner game to the well established Cinco. The biggest mystery is why no one has thought of producing a similar game before. Dragonfish and Virtue Fusion finally caught up with Cinco thanks to Bingo Vegas and Housey, but now they’re back behind the curve thanks to Nevada. The game is well designed and fun to play. Tickets for 10p are reasonable although some penny bingo fans may prefer to see a cheaper version. We like the fact that Tombola have made changes to the game since launch – the three line prize keeps interest in play between two lines and the full house for example.