Rewind is a strange name for a bingo brand, mind you it’s possible to say that for a whole bunch of new additions this year – Kingdom Of, Lucky Diner, Deep Sea and Minions to name but a few. Rewind however doesn’t really give you an indication of the site’s theme which we think is meant to be the 80s. It’s only when you visit the site and see the Flashdance dancer and retro neon colours that you finally get it.
Rewind Bingo claims that it will be the “most fun you’ve had since you peeled all the stickers off your Rubik’s Cube” and that it’s cheap bingo games will make you feel like you’re playing at 80s. The latter is obviously not true because penny bingo is still quite popular in 2016. As for the former statement, well that’s going to come down to personal taste.
Rewind For Bingo
Mandalay Media (Costa, Sing, City, Fancy etc) are the folks behind Rewind. This is their fourth new brand in recent months (Deep Sea, Sweet Shop and Kingdom Of Bingo are the others) and thankfully they’ve opted to use their own network. This means that whilst the Cassava/Dragonfish software is the same, the games aren’t the same as the majority of Dragonfish Network brands.
On the downside it means Rewind is exactly the same as the likes of Wish, Rio, Treasure, Dino etc. For new players that’s not a bad thing because it means more free bingo with no deposit required – although to withdraw winnings you do need to deposit/wager and satisfy any wagering terms.
£13K Wacko Jackopot
Like it’s sister sites, Rewind offers depositors a 300% welcome bonus plus second and third reloads. Wagering terms apply. Free bingo fans will love Rewind as there are plenty of rooms to enjoy. There’s also the £13K Wacko Jackopot that plays free every Friday – it’s free provided you’re a depositing player. Beyond that it’s pretty much what you see at other sites such as Costa and City. There’s 75/90 ball games, plenty of jackpots, progressives and slots.
Whilst Rewind takes us back to the 80s it’s not exactly moving forward in exclusive offers or promotions.