Big Money Slingo
Big Money Slingo is a relatively unique game that combines slots with bingo, hence the name “Slingo”. The game of slingo is certainly not a new concept, in fact Slingo first came on the scene back in 1994. The Slingo concept was initially created in New Jersey by a developer called Sal Falciglia. The latest offering is the Big Money Slingo game, by IWG, which you can read more about below. In Big Money Slingo, games start from just 20p up to £5, and there are maximum prizes of £50,000.
The game starts by choosing a location, which will have a specified bet price. These range from the 20p Jokers hamlet, through to the £5 Lucky Gulch. Once you have chosen this, the amount will be deducted from your balance and the game will start. Now, you might wonder why its a location. It’s essentially that the background is different, and a more quirky way of asking you to choose your stake. The cost of your lucky location choice, will determine the maximum prizes up for grabs. If you go for a higher figure, then there will be higher prizes to be won.
Design and how to play
Big Money Slingo has a unique background which will differ depending on which lucky location you choose. The game is made up of a five by five number filled grid, and five blank squares at the bottom. On the right, you will see the ball dispenser, and the start game or spin button. On your first spin when you press start game, you will receive up to four jokers, or free squares. Each line on the grid comes with a prize, which is specified quite clearly. In each game you receive six spins by default, unless you receive a free spin in one of your boxes. If you spin numbers you have on your grid, these will automatically change to stars. Hopefully, they manage to make a horizontal, vertical or diagonal line, and you get a “Slingo”. Once you get a slingo, you win the respective prize of that line. The game doesn’t stop until your spins are all used up, so multiple wins are possible.
Big Money slingo is a very easy to play game, with a very easy to use interface. It combines the love of bingo with the love of slots. A mere £1 stake game can yield prizes of up to £10,000, so it’s definitely not a game to overlook.