The Bingo game allows you to host your own Bingo night. All you need to provide are the Bingo tickets and the prizes.

Game Play

Bingo Game

In the center of the screen is a cage containing the bingo balls. During the game the cage is spun to simulate mixing up the balls. When a ball is picked it is displayed prominently on the screen along with the appropriate call.

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Bingo Game

User Interface

  • All the balls that are required for the Game Style are initially greyed out. When a ball has been drawn it will be replaced with the appropriate colour version. This allows you to quickly check a potential winning card.
  • The previously drawn ball.
  • The currently drawn ball, with call.
  • The pattern that is being played, if relevant


Icon Purpose
Bingo Game Show game title page
Bingo Game Start the game
Bingo Game Spin the cage
Bingo Game Draw a ball
Bingo Game Auto draw options
Bingo Game Show winner dialogue

Game Options

There are four game options available for Bingo; they are:

  • Game Style – Allows you to choose the number of balls that are in play. With Games Night you are able to play five of the more popular versions of Bingo: 27, 30, 75, 80 or 90 ball
  • Bingo Calls – For Bingo Calls you have four options. Traditional British calls, calls more suitable for the 21st century, B.I.N.G.O style and just the numbers as words.
  • Drawing Mode – Allows you to either manually start the cage and draw a ball, or to set a timer to have Games Night draw the balls automatically. There are four automated time periods: 3, 5, 7 and 10 seconds.
  • Patterns - Choose from over 50 patterns that the players must match to win the game

Game Play

Running a Bingo game is easy

  1. Choose the options for the game
  2. Click the Play button
  3. Spin the wheel (or setup auto Draw)
  4. Pick a ball
  5. Wait for someone to shout, if not repeat steps 3, 4, and 5 until someone does shout
  6. If they are winner, click the show winner button