The best way to learn how to play BINGO Blitz is to visit the Demonstration Room! Tap to the left to click through our space carousel before the Tutorial Room appears.

The core gameplay of BINGO Blitz is similar to the regular Bingo.

The Bingo Card comprises 24 numbered spaces and one empty space in the middle. The numbers are randomly assigned to each card and are grouped in five columns of five numbers in five rows each.

The numbers are drawn randomly. The last few numbers you name are seen above your Bingo cards. You’re expected to mark them off the cards when they are called. On the right, the Number Display Board keeps track of all the numbers named in the game.

Your goal is either to mark off all four corners or to mark off a line of five numbers in a vertical , horizontal or diagonal row on one of your cards (rooms with special / different bingo patterns will illustrate the difference).

For our Slot Offers, it’s easy! Set the amount of coins you want to bet on, the number of paylines you want to bet on, and press the ‘SPIN’ tab! Paylines are read from left to right, so you’ll need at least three similar icons on a payline to get some form of payoff. If you happen to have the same five icons on your payline, you’ll automatically win the collection piece! If you already have three Scatter icons somewhere on your reels, you’ll obtain the Scatter item in that space, and you’ll also be able to play the Scatter mini-game for different prizes – just match to win!

So, how’s BINGO Blitz different from the regular Bingo game?

BINGO Blitz includes power-ups to help you get a bingo. BINGO Blitz cards also include Bonus Squares, and earn you extra rewards when you mark them correctly.

What are the various styles of Incentive Square?

Coin Square – Earn additional coins as you sign off.

Treasure Square – Earn a Treasure Chest when it is marked off.

Instant Win Square – Automatically win the Bingo as it is flagged off.

On a card, I crossed off the Bingo Pattern. How am I going to say Bingo?

There’s a button at the bottom of each card with the word BINGO on it. If you’re confident you’ve got a Bingo, press the button to assert it.

How can I be confident I’ve got a bingo?

If you say a Bingo and don’t have one, you’re going to make a BAD Decision and you’re going to lose your card. Making sure you are right before you call a bingo!

Using the Number Display Board to check the numbers. You will still use it to display numbers that have already been named that you may have skipped.

Why can you call more numbers after a player claims a bingo?

After the first Bingo wins, more numbers will be named to give you and other players a chance to win a runner-up bonus. You can see how many bingos are available to be named in a round at the top left of the table, and you can check your ranking for that round at the top right of the screen.

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BINGO Blitz demands a lot of energy and concentration on the game, or else he may risk losing a hearing or getting a number called, which hinders the player ‘s opportunity to get Bingos. This leads to a frantic and exhausting encounter as he attempts to keep up and search his card(s) for some match. Inattentive players are also at risk of missing chances for a Bingo and are effectively losing the Bingo credits that they had to use to reach the round. In comparison, the more cards the player uses (max is 4), the higher and better his concentration has to be. The more cards he gets, the more numbers he has to look for without any additional time, than if he had just one card. More cards, too, leave more space for mistake.

As if these demands were not enough, realizing his own Bingo gets more challenging as his cards get more crowded with daubs in the game. Unfortunately, it’s too easy to skip a Bingo right in front of his eyes, particularly when trying to balance his focus to keep up with the new numbers being called. The better his ability to spread his focus, the lower his chance of mistake and missing opportunities in Bingo.

As mentioned above, the player has the option to use one to four cards in a single BINGO Blitz round. More cards mean a better chance of collecting collectibles, power-ups, keys to open treasure chests, and, of course, having Bingo. This comes at a expense, though, with the game becoming more difficult with extra cards and leaving more space for mistake.

At first, the player will find this too stressful or challenging. Therefore, he might end up “biting off more than he can chew” for an enhanced chance to win the above listed products and bingos. It ‘s important for him to fight the temptation to pick up the stakes at first, because it can discourage him more than it benefits him. With more time playing and learning the Concentration skills described earlier, its ability to juggle more cards will improve, causing more cards to be more beneficial than dangerous. Every card used costs Bingo credits, but if it fails to practice Self-Control skills while taking the chance of additional cards, it will end up losing valuable Bingo credits (which are not that easy to get through) if it is not ready for the challenge.

Self-Control is also critical for power-ups. They are hard to collect, and the timing of their use can be either inefficient or beneficial. It’s very tempting to use them when they’re available in a circle, particularly when the power-up button is blinking and begging to be pressed. Doing it while the round is almost over may be a loss if it’s clear that the player won’t get a Bingo until the time comes to an end, since power-ups offer the greatest prizes if he has a Bingo. However, based on the power-up and the amount of Bingo left in the round, it could potentially improve his odds of getting Bingo when used earlier in the round. Exercise Self-Control to stop using it at a “wrong” moment will help prevent wasting credits and improve the odds of winning more credits by having Bingos.