Tombola how to play
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Comments: We found the registration process a bit long winded but still easy enough.
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Game play: Tombola took us by surprise, as we had difficulty to interpret the Bingo lobby at the start. We chose the 90 Ball Bingo and found a selection of rooms in the lobby marked only by symbol and colour. A little different than the norm, but easy enough to understand.
There was no information on prize, number of players or ticket cost. Once in the game you find a lot of space allocated to the number calling and chat, which does not leave much room for your ticket display.
At Tombola you can only see one strip at a time, which is not too bad. The tickets are automatically sorted by “closest to win” as the game progresses. Which we loved.
You can change the colour of your dabber as well as the background to your liking. The caller refers to well know phrases when calling and Tombola play a jingle for the winner. Which is great, because it means you’ve won. That said, it does get a bit annoying after about the third time.
Ticket prizes for the game we played were only 10p a go and as we changed rooms in the lobby frequently we found that only the players in the chat changed with the room and NOT the game. All of the rooms play the same game and that is why the tickets remain the same price.
The chat has no buttons for your quick shouts but you can easily switch the colour of your “pen”. Ah, and if you want to go back to the lobby, you can use the short cut button in the shape of the house, which you find just beneath the chat window. …..Register here!
What we love about Tombola
The prizes of the very frequent (1 in 5 ) link games. For the stable game prize of 10p a ticket the line prizes are really high and the house was between £500-£1000.
We found a “Beware” too
We found the games were quickly won due to the high number of participants, which can lead you to spending quite a bit more than anticipated. Set a limit and stick to it.
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