Bingo Garden Review
|In March 2015 we revisited Bingo Garden on Facebook and was unable to find the app. It could be that the app is no longer available so the review below is for information purposes only.|
Bingo Garden is a new Facebook bingo app that is currently in beta testing. Because of this there are only just over 80 monthly active users, but there are many more established Facebook bingo apps out there with less users, so this could be a good sign. You have over 1,000 coins when you start playing Bingo Garden and will receive a daily bonus which increases with each day that you return to play this Facebook bingo app.
When you enter the lobby you will be greeted with Irish music and a list of 90 ball and 75 ball bingo rooms will show that are available to play in. There is a button on the top left of the bingo lobby which will show you a very informative animated video on how Bingo Garden works and the great thing about this Facebook bingo app is that there is a little story behind it which makes playing an adventure. Despite still being in beta testing, Bingo Garden loads and plays quickly and smoothly without any stalling.
Bingo Garden Review – Game Objective and Features
Object of the Game
Your bingo tickets in Bingo Garden are referred to as pack of seeds and all you need to do is choose a room to play in from the list in the lobby. There will be all of the information such as the game type, cost per card/pack of seeds, the prize and the number of players which will help you decide which Bingo Garden room to choose. When you enter the bingo room simply pick the amount of cards you wish to buy and sit back and relax as Bingo Garden will mark all of your cards for you and make your claim if you win. But that doesn’t mean you won’t have anything to do. As the numbers are called you will need to look out on the bingo board for flowers growing. If you see a flower growing on the bingo board when you are playing at Bingo Garden, click on it to collect Flower Power. This helps to fill your level indicator and rise up the levels at the Facebook bingo app and you will begin your experience and Bingo Garden as a Plant potter. As you rise through the levels you will be able to purchase animal friends, some of which are fertilizers and some of which are seeders. Both help you to get more flower power and rise through the levels at Bingo Garden more quickly.
90 ball bingo games are generally one line, two line and full house games, and the 75 ball bingo is generally the same, but there is information in the rooms at Bingo Garden to tell you what you are playing for and when. If you get bingo, you will win coins which you will use to buy your bingo cards at Bingo Garden.
Bingo Garden has many special features that you do not find at most other Facebook Bingo apps. The Flower Power that can be collected from growing flowers during bingo games, which will help you rise through the levels. Buying Animal Friends can make more of these flowers grow and also encourage more rare flowers to grow in the Bingo Garden to get your level indicator filled up more quickly. Sending gifts will also help your level rise and you can visit your shed at Bingo Garden by clicking on the shed button on the top right to see what level you are on and what your achievements are.
There are no active tournaments available at Bingo Garden but as this Facebook bingo app is still in beta testing this is to be expected and who knows what will happen in the future. You can as with most Facebook bingo apps, invite your friends along to play and compete against them to see who can get to the highest level at Bingo Garden and of course, help each other to get there.
There are rewards a plenty at Bingo Garden but the main reward is coins for buying your bingo cards which you also receive when you win. Other rewards will come at different levels and these will vary from level to level. Aside from this, you do also collect Acorns at Bingo Garden. How this is done and what they are for is not yet clear, but as this Facebook bingo app develops through beta testing and you raise through the level this may become clear.
Bingo Garden Review – Game In Play
To view a demo of Bingo Garden in play simply click the image below.