Bingo Bash on Facebook
Bingo Bash is one of the most popular bingo apps around. Powered by Bash Gaming, the design is superb and you can look forward to fantastic graphics and animations. Bingo Bash Facebook awaits!
What is Bingo Bash?
Unlike online bingo sites, where real prizes are offered, you can’t win real money when playing Bingo Bash. It’s an addictive game that gets customers hooked with traditional bingo combined with some fun reward schemes and collection themes.
Where to play Bingo Bash
There are three sources you can go to depending on how you want to play:
Head to the Facebook page to play
Download the Google Play Bingo Bash app
Go to iTunes to download the iPhone or iPad app
How is it different from online bingo played on bingo sites?
There are lots of variations:
- No real prizes
- Lots of different levels
- Different cities to visit while playing bingo
- Ability to create teams
How does it differ from Bingo Blitz?
Bingo Blitz is another hot bingo app that is run along similar lines. There are a few differences though:
- Bingo Bash focuses on offering Wonder Rooms and Special Rooms for bingo, while Bingo Blitz focuses on world cities
- Bingo Bash visits the likes of the Great Barrier Reef, Vegas strip and the Coliseum
- Bingo Bash incorporates a Wheel of Fortune theme in bingo and mini-game
What other games are available on this app?
There are slot games on the app as well as some fun bingo opportunities. Different games (referred to as mini games) unlock at different stages, so you just have to play to see what else you uncover…
You will unlock this game once you reach level 5. What will you scratch when you get a chance to do just that?
Stars & 7s Slots
Stars and stripes? Not quite – although this game does have the look of a classic slot with a row of sevens on the reels. It unlocks for you to play when you hit level 6.
Ahoy me hearties, and get a look at the feisty pirate ship game that awaits you on the high seas. You only need to reach level 5 to take a closer look…
Tips and bonuses – what kind of bonuses are available?
So, what bonuses can you get and how do you get them? Here are some points to note:
- You can win chips, coins and power-plays on the Wheel of Fortune
- Coins and XP are available by playing Wonder bingo games
- Gems can be won in four colours. Combine them to earn bonuses
Power-ups can also be found in Bingo Bash. They’re called power-plays in this instance and you need three daubs to trigger this feature:
- Look at the Strength-o-Meter
- Your won power-play is shown there
- Click to activate!
- Power plays include chips, coins, gems, free cells and double payouts
How to get free chips in Bingo Bash
Free chips make this game go around! Here’s how you can get as many as possible:
- You’ll receive some bingo chips when you join
- Some could pop up on your bingo card
- You’ll charge your power-up as you play and a full charge produces a win… and that can produce Bingo Bash free chips
- Call bingo on a game
- Level up
- Request some from friends!
The more you use the app, the more you play and the more you unlock, the more chips you’ll get.
Bingo Bash is a fun and entertaining game to play. Although some of the features may sound a little confusing at first – you will get the hang of it in no time. This is definitely geared towards people who view bingo as a pastime rather than as a way to win real money!Bingo Bash on Facebook is a big hit. They have more than 1.5 million players using their game every day. Collect Bingo Bash free chips and Win!!!
Bingo Bash-Maker BitRhymes Raises $1M For Casino-Style Games on Facebook, Mobile
BitRhymes, the San Francisco-gaming startup behind a bingo game that has attracted about 400,000 daily active users on Facebook, has raised $1 million in angel funding.
BitRhymes’ rise comes at an interesting cross-roads for casino-style games on the Facebook platform. Not only are they becoming more popular, considering last month’s release of Zynga Slingo, a combination of slots and bingo, there’s also a chance they could become much more lucrative if the regulatory environment changes. Back in December, the Justice Department also issued a legal opinion that may open the door to certain kinds of legal online gambling in the U.S., a new market opportunity that social gaming companies including Zynga are exploring.
Aiming squarely at female gamers, BitRhymes is behind Bingo Bash. It was a game that was quietly launched last June and then picked up momentum in the fall by adding more than 2 million monthly active users (see the chart below with usage data from tracking service AppData). The company took funding from IGN founder Mark Jung, World Golf Tour chief executive Yu Chiang, former general counsel of Apple and Oracle Dan Cooperman and Doug Bergeron, the chief executive of VeriFone. The company came out of mobile accelerator Tandem Capital, which has also been behind other gaming-related startups like Gimmie.
With the funding, BitRhymes is planning to localize the game for different markets by making it available in 10 languages. It’s also putting more fuel behind mobile versions of the game after the release of Bingo Bash HD for the iPad. BitRhymes says that players who use the game on both iOS and Facebook generate three times the revenue of users on a single platform.BitRhymes, the San Francisco-gaming startup behind a bingo game that has attracted about 400,000 daily active users on Facebook, has raised $1 million in angel funding. BitRhymes' rise comes at an interesting cross-roads for casino-style games on the Facebook platform. Not only are they becoming more popular, considering last month's release of Zynga Slingo, a combination of slots and bingo, there's also a chance they could become much more lucrative if the regulatory environment changes. Back in December, the Justice Department also issued a legal opinion that may open the door to certain kinds of legal online gambling in the U.S., a new market opportunity that social gaming companies including Zynga are exploring. ]]>