Fun bingo has been launched using Cozy Games software and is on the relatively young Winners Bingo Network. This is a bingo site that is definitely trying to create the spirit of all the fun of the fair, as the design is that of a fairground which offers excitement and enjoyment. Of course, it is just a design but it has definitely been well done. In the top half of the screen the latest new player bingo offer flashes away. It doesn’t come across as being too over the top nor does it get in the way. The menu tabs that run along the top of the screen are really nice and clear which makes navigation pretty easy. As fun bingo is on a network it means that the promotions are not totally unique. However, we have visited on more than one occasion and the offers do regularly change rather than always staying static.
Assessment of the bingo lobby and different bingo rooms
Once you’ve completed the registration process then the bingo lobby loads up in a new page, and not in a window that pops up. The bingo rooms are laid out in box format on the page. At the time of writing this fun bingo review there were 6 bingo rooms open to play. Two of these rooms were free bingo with real cash prizes. The other four rooms were made up of 90 ball, 80 ball, 75 ball and 30 ball bingo games. There were also just two choices of card prices – 5p or 10p. The bingo rooms are powered by Cozy Games, which will mean something to the experienced players as they power a large number of bingo rooms on the internet. Otherwise the balls are called out to the left, while your cards are in the middle of the screen with the chat box on the right. Just above the chat box is a list of slots and other games that can be played while you wait for the next bingo game to begin. For the purposes of this fun bingo review we spent a bit of time in the main 90 ball bingo room. There were not too many roomies chatting and the chat hosts were friendly enough. The game play and graphics were perfectly acceptable and we did not run into any problems or issues.
Our final analysis and assessment for this fun bingo review. There good points and bad points to fun bingo. The good points are that it is really easy to use, the design is fun and the bingo rooms are pretty good. It is slightly let down by the lack of roomies as it felt like we were just playing bingo without really getting to engage with any of the other fellow bingo players. Seeing as you get the £15 trial we’d recommend you do that before fully committing, as on the whole this is a pretty good bingo site.
What Games Are Available?
Games available to play at fun bingo include 90 ball, 80 ball, 75 ball, 30 ball, jackpot slots, themed slots, table games, casino classics and scratch cards.
Is it safe to play and fully Licensed & Regulated?
Fun bingo is licensed in the Isle of Man. This means it falls under the jurisdiction of the UK Gambling Commission and is therefore classed as safe to play.