Fluffy Favourites Bingo
Fluffy Favourites Bingo is inspired by and named after Eyecon’s hit slot game. However, instead of spinning reels, you get to watch as some of your favourite characters appear along with coloured balloons that could help fill your bingo card.
Even as adults, we can’t help but love a cute cuddly toy, and thanks to Fluffy Favourites Bingo, you could be cosying up with some cracking prizes as you enjoy all the fun of the fair!
As you’ve probably guessed, Fluffy Favourites Bingo is inspired by and named after Eyecon’s hit slot game. However, instead of spinning reels, you get to watch as some of your favourite characters appear along with coloured balloons that could help fill your bingo card.
There are stake sizes to suit all budgets, and the prizes are tied to the cost of your ticket. Everyone gets to play just one ticket and play the same game together, so the chances of winning are fair for everyone.
Beat your fellow roomies to a full house and you get to play the Claw Machine Bonus!
How to Play Fluffy Favourites Bingo
When you enter the Fluffy Favourites Bingo room, you’ll be able to see what time the next game starts. This also acts as a prompt to grab your tickets before it’s too late.
The stake sizes that you can choose from are presented along the bottom of the screen. Note that you can only purchase one ticket for each game so that everyone has a fair chance of winning.
You can spend 2p, 4p, 10p, 20p or £1, and the prizes that you’ll be playing for are tied to the cost of your ticket.
Click on one of the amounts above then click “Buy Ticket”. Your account balance will then be updated to reflect your purchase and the game window will load.
Each game uses 36 balls and offers two ways to win – one line and a full house.
The game card is set out in a square with 4 icons making up each side.
Graphics and Sounds
If you’ve ever played Eyecon’s Fluffy Favourites slot (or one of its sequels such as Fluffy Favourites Fairground or Fluffy Too), we’re sure that you’ll instantly recognise the backdrop.
A vast green field sits under a summer sky with a giant rainbow stretching across the horizon.
Once the game gets underway, the ‘numbers’ begin to be called out. However, rather numbered bingo balls, the winning symbols in Fluffy Favourites Bingo are some of the most memorable characters from Eyecon’s slot such as the duck, the hippo, the monkey, the elephant, the lion, and the giraffe.
These symbols correlate to those that are listed on your bingo ticket, but it’s not as simple as just matching a character to your bingo ticket as the character also needs to be holding the right colour balloon, e.g. green, blue, red or orange.
The music is whimsical and you can set the volume to your own preference. You get a satisfying ‘plop’ sound when one of your icons appears and burst its bubble on your grid.
Each bingo ticket contains 16 characters in a four-by-four square.
You can get a one-line win by marking off 4 characters in a horizontal or vertical line and to score a full house you need to mark off all 16 of the characters on your ticket.
When all the winners have been announced, the roomie that won the full house gets to play the Claw Grabber Bonus (which is based on the Toy Grabber Bonus feature of the Fluffy Favourites slot). Everyone in the room gets to watch as the lucky player makes their move and discovers what they’ve won. The audio here is the same circus type sound as the main Fluffy Favourites slot game.
Its endearing characters become even more central to the gameplay in this innovative online bingo variant, and although there’s no jackpot to play for, we love how everyone has an equal chance of winning. Plus, the prospect of getting to play the Claw Grabber Bonus is rather exciting!
Author And Contributing Editor
Anita is a well-known bingo-lover and has been involved with online bingo since the late 1990’s. She has been along for the ride and seen the industry grow and develop into what it is today. She has worked with the biggest names in the industry and has a reputation for being fair and to the point in her writing.