American Bingo is a popular game played with 5x5 matrix cards that contains 24 random numbers and one central special marked square.
The object of the game is to complete a Bingo pattern, such as a line with five numbers vertical, horizontal, diagonal row or all four corner squares.
Adaptation for iPhone XR and XS Max screen size.
Ratings and Reviews
Game is gr8, so far. Looks like little gems are saved automatically. If this is right, can I redeem anything that's been saved? This is my 1st time playing bingo. I never understood how to play until now. Thanks for such a good job, explaining how to play. The game will stop. Its unexpected, that's 3x since my original review. Seems like after I rated it. (coincidence or known issue) The puzzle uses your saved gems like turning on a faucet. They decrease that fast. I'd have to rate it 3 stars. Buying coins will kill a person that plays like me. Thank goodness I have self control. Watch out 4 the kids, it could be very expensive.
Simple but the best
This game doesn't seem to have too many bells and whistles, yet I find it the most enjoyable Bingo implementation to play. It will not blow your mind, but if you just want to play a simple game of Bingo before falling asleep, I think this is the one. 3 rooms/themes. Good colors. Skeuomorphic graphics that is pleasing to the eye. A choice of up to 2 cards. Some gems and a puzzle to uncover - just to a small and optional dimension of the game with a progress to achieve. No jumpscaring ads - in fact, no ads at all. Pretty minimalistic you might say, but it has all the essentials to play it once in a while. I wouldn't mind to see more stuff in the game, but it is sufficient enough without any additions at all. I would pay a couple dollars once in a lifetime for an extra room/skin/set of bingo patterns to support the developer, but I don't see myself making recurrent purchases of chips, or paying for a subscription, given that to me Bingo is a simple game along with tic tac toe or battleship, and I would prefer playing a version that keeps it simple. There are versions that have multiplayer tournaments, buy-ins, money balances etc, but I prefer solitaire-style single-player pace that has none of the messages, notifications, multiplayer, that sort of distractions.
So many options.....
Most Bingo games make you purchase cards with their “currency”, however, once you run out, you have so spend real money to continue playing. With this game, you don’t purchase the cards. It’s free play based on how many cards you play: 1 card plays until 30 bingos are called; 2 plays to 50 wins; 3 plays to 100 wins, and 4 plays to 200 wins. The only thing you can buy is coins to boost the amount of gems you win during play. Of course, I haven’t played long enough to figure out what the gems are for...but I suppose I will soon enough.
As far as options, you can choose from different backgrounds, different cards, and different daubs...for free. Also, you don’t have to be online to play. Lastly, and most importantly, you can pause the game!!! Five stars all the way ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
- DORALOGIC LTD
- 48.1 MB
Requires iOS 9.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Simulated Gambling
- © DoraLogic Ltd
- In-App Purchases
- 40 coins $1.99
- 120 coins $4.99
- 260 coins $9.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.