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Tombola Arcade Introduces Its Latest Game - Devils

Written by WhichBingo
December 22, 2020

If it’s been a while since you visited Tombola, you might have missed the launch of a brand-new game that’s recently appeared in the tombola arcade.

Devils is already getting rave reviews from Tombola players on Facebook. One lady described it as “a bit like a game called Slingo” while others called it “a fun concept”, and another fan called Angelina said that she loves it so far after winning over £50 while playing it. On the other hand, some of the players in the chat rooms are not such big fans.

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The promotional banner for the latest addition to the Tombola Arcade games lobby reads, “It’s you versus the Devil”, which instantly sounds intriguing. So, we decided to check it out.

To try the game, you’ll need to click on the new Devils tab in the lobby.

How to play Devils at tombola arcade

On the left-hand side of the screen, you have a betting table in the shape of a semi-circle. There are six different spaces which are titled 9, 10, J, Q, K, and A.

Over on the right, you can choose to join one of the Arcade’s five chat rooms so that you can talk to the CH and other players while you play Devils.

Once you’ve chosen your preferred stake size (N.B., 5p, 10p, 20p, 50p or £1), it’s time to start playing.

The aim is to collect three cards of the same value, but if you turn over three Devils before you complete your mission, the game ends. The dissatisfaction in the chat rooms is because in a number of games of Devils, those pesky Devil cards can be amongst the first four or five cards that appear and it does not always feel like you are getting your money’s worth of gameplay!

The RTP of Devils, however, is an impressive 98.5%, and the top prize is awarded for collecting three Aces which gets you £25 at the lowest stake of 5p and £500 at the maximum stake of £1.

Tombola has also just retired its popular desktop game, Roller-Coaster. But don’t worry, the game will return bigger and better than ever in January.

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