Bingo - Free Gambling Games
New for Gambling Games 2 Year Anniversary! I have found several more bingo games that you can try playing. These are primarily in the form of Bingo style scratch tickets.
Take a look at the new games below:
Bingo - This is a flash bingo game that is provided by Net Entertainment. You will "buy" between 1 and 3 bingo tickets. These tickets will fill up with numbers.
Then, you will need to click the button to reveal one number at a time. This will continue for 30 numbers.
Each ticket will have the American style of 75 Ball Bingo with 3 5x5 grids.
As a number is revealed, your tickets will automatically updated. You will need to complete a row, column or diagonal of 5 numbers in order to win.
If you find it too tedious to continually press the Next button, you can either select the Auto Draw checkbox or press the Finish draw button.
There are sites available that offer signup bonuses and the ability to play free bingo games online to help beginning bingo players. You can also try free bingo games at Luckity.com to get the hang of it.
Beetle Bingo - This is a combination scratch card game and bingo game. This game works much differently than the bingo game above.
In Beetle bingo, you will be purchasing one scratch ticket. You can choose to scratch off and reveal the numbers on the ticket before or after you draw the numbers from the Beetle Jar.
You will Shake and release the 15 Beetles, which will drop into a line. Each beetle will have a number on its back. The chart with the 90 numbers will update as each number is revealed. This chart is separate from your scratch ticket.
The scratch ticket you receive will have 3 possible winning lines. Each line will have 5 numbers in it. As the Beetles reveal their number, a matching number on your ticket will be circled. In order to win on your ticket, you must have all 5 numbers circled on a line.
Pop Bingo - Here is a game that is a combination of 90 ball bingo and keno. It is called Pop Bingo as in popping popcorn.
You will receive one 90 ball bingo ticket and you can change the numbers on it as many times as you would like.
When you are ready to start, click Play and the numbered balls will start popping up on the screen.
The fewer balls it takes to cover all 15 numbers on your ticket, the more money that you will win. As with many parlor games and scratch tickets, the odds are that you will receive about 86 to 90 pops on average.
Tickets range in price from $0.10 all the way up to $100 per ticket!
Bingo Scratch - Here is a more traditional scratch game that is combined with a 75 ball bingo game.
You will receive one scratch card that will cost between 1.00 and 5.00. When you click Buy New Card, you will receive a unique card ID that has a 5X5 bingo card with a free spot in the middle like the American 75 ball bingo game.
Your numbers will be on the right side of the ticket and will be covered. You will need to scratch the ticket with the virtual coin and reveal the numbers.
You will be able to see the numbers on the card getting checked off. If you match a pattern in the middle of the ticket, you will win money.
Bingo Race Game
This is the original Bingo game that I put up here. I like it because it is pretty simple and features the version of bingo that Americans are used to playing. You will receive a bingo card and it is simply a race to bingo between you and a computer opponent.
This is the best flash bingo game that I have run across. It is a versus game where you are trying to beat the opponent buy getting a bingo before he does.
To get started, click on the Play button. It may take several seconds to load, but you will come to a starting screen that asks you if you want to play or see the credits.
You have three options for playing:
- Regular - just like the bingo you remember playing in school. Complete a line horizontally, vertically or diagonally to win.
- X - You must get an X on your card to win (both diagonals)
- Full Card - you must get all 24 numbers before you win
When a number is called at the top of the screen, look for it on your card and mark the number by clicking on it. Just so you know, you don't have to search your entire card for the number. The letter in front of the number that is called indicates the row in which the number should be located.
In the normal mode - you must press the Bingo! button once you have completed a row, column or diagonal. Take a look at the screenshot below.