Pesca Bingo: New Specialty Game at Bodog
Our newest bingo took us under the sea, and we’re back with a rave review. Bingo players, it’s time to take the plunge because Pesca Bingo has arrived. If you’re a die-hard fan of the classic game of bingo, don’t worry, you’re still going to get a kick out of this rendition. They’ve kept the mechanics the same but added a playful splash of aquatic imagery.
First of all, you’ll need to place your bet. You can bet between $0.10 and $10 a card. Payouts scale up and down to match the amount staked, so bigger bets result in bigger payouts. Then, select up to four bingo cards; each card has 15 numbers on it. Next, 30 balls will be drawn at random and if those balls help you make a winning pattern on one of your cards, then you may yell BINGO loud enough to frighten the fish. There are 12 different winning patterns, one of which triggers a bonus round. The bonus round takes you to a Pick and Match game of fishing. Here, you’ll have the chance to fish until you match up three prizes, which are added to your bankroll.
Pesca Bingo Extra Ball Feature
If you’re one ball shy of a winning combination, an extra ball option will become available. You can always add an extra ball, at an additional cost, if you get the sense that this will make you a winner. There are 13 extra balls available to you after the initial 30 have been drawn.
If you want to heighten your odds of winning, you might want to play four cards at once. This gives you 60 numbers out of the 90 total numbers in the game. With Pesca Bingo’s user- friendly interface, it’s easy to multitask and spot winning combinations. The game even offers a handy Auto mode which will do the multitasking for you, so you can sit back and feel the motion of the ocean. All in all, we believe that this cool variation on the classic game was well done and is loads of fun.