Joining the Costa camp as their first new release of 2016 is Crocodile Bingo. This snappy brand joins the likes of Season, Monkey, Treasure, Wish and Rio in the same stable and also on the Dragonfish platform. This means that at Crocodile you get the standard formula of free bingo, decent first deposit bonus and regular reloads.
Snap Up A Crocodile Bingo Bonus
New players to Crocodile can play free bingo plus collect a 200% first deposit bonus for deposits of between £5 and £10. Should you like what you see then check out the promotions page for codes to get extra on your second and third reloads. These reloads are set at 150% and 100% respectively. However don’t forget that wagering terms will apply.
Free bingo is available at Crocodile – and some games can be played by depositing and non-depositing players. Those who fund however will have access to additional games. Note that if you don’t deposit but win on the free games then you do have to add funds and meet wagering terms before you can withdraw. All depositors can join in with the network’s £10,000 Free Game, called the £10K Budgie Smuggler, that plays every Friday at 10pm.
Go Crazy For Croc
Crocodile is a good looking site and offers plenty for the discerning bingo and slots player. There are 75 and 90 balls and a whole heap of slots including Irish Luck, Fluffy Favourites, Piggy Payout and Bejeweled. The site is accessible on mobile and no app is required.
The promotions on site that include Penny Possums and Crazy Croc are all network features. However there is the Snatch A Snag game that can be played daily by qualifying depositors. If you’re successful then you can snag bonuses, free spins, diamonds and more.
Look out too for daily jackpot games such as the What A Ripper every Monday, Skippy’s Diamonds on a Tuesday and The Waltzing Matilda on a Thursday. Although these are great sounding names, it should be noted that these are network jackpots. This means they’re shared with City, Costa, Fancy etc.
That’s not a bad thing but it means that Croc is never going to scale the heights of William Hill, Sky, Foxy etc. The recent loss of it’s no deposit bonus also reduces it down to the level of the majority of other Dragonfish powered brands.
Crocodile Bingo does have some good points – free games, the Snatch a Snag, fun Aussie theme etc.. but it does need it’s own exclusives to hit the heights.