GameDesire Bingo Review
|In August 2015 we visited Facebook to check Game Desire Bingo but could not find the app on the social media site or on any of the app stores. The review below is for information purposes only.|
GameDesire Bingo has just 3,000 monthly active users and although it is a very simple Facebook bingo app in terms of playing, it is one that people would have thought should be more popular simply due to its ease of play. Offering both 90 ball and 75 ball games GameDesire Bingo players will feel right at home playing these two most popular bingo variants in the bingo world today.
Although you may find GameDesire Bingo a little daunting when you first load the application, don’t be put off by the lack of onscreen prompts that you often get with other Facebook bingo apps when you first add the application. GameDesire Bingo has a very extensive help section. In fact, it is probably one of the best we have come across so far, giving you detailed instructions and screenshots so that you know where you should be when you are trying to find your way around.
This Facebook Bingo app appears to run smoothly and does not appear to show any signs of stalling or freezing.
GameDesire Bingo Review – Game Objective and Features
Object of the Game
As with most Facebook bingo apps, the object of the game is to get bingo. With GameDesire Bingo they run patterns on their 75 ball games and each room clearly displays the pattern they you need to cover to achieve bingo. Simply be the first person to cover the pattern and click the green ‘bingo’ button on the bottom right to claim.
90 ball bingo games offer three winners. A one line winner, two line winner and a full house winner, which is much expected with 90 ball bingo games. You need to claim in exactly the same way as you would with the 75 ball games with this Facebook bingo app, keeping things simple and less confusing. Both games auto daub your cards or coupons, as they are referred to at GameDesire Bingo, so you don’t need to worry about how many to buy and whether you can manage to mark them manually. Both variants at GameDesire Bingo offer chat facilities which you are able to turn off if you wish. Details of how to do this as well opening up a player list and turning off sound can be found in the help menu.
There is a VIP system for players to join at GameDesire Bingo. However, there is a subscription charge for this and although it is priced fairly reasonably, many might feel it is still too much considering that the rewards from this Facebook bingo app are all virtual. If you are serious about your bingo though, you may well consider it to be worth it especially when you see the extra benefits that you can get by becoming a VIP member. Click on the ‘VIP’ tab on the user interface to see the full details of the VIP scheme and the choices of levels on offer to you.
You are also able to build your own emoticon which will be clearly visible in chat and your identity when using chat with this Facebook bingo app. Again details of how to do this can be found in the help section at GameDesire Bingo.
There are no active tournaments but you can invite your friends to play as you can with most Facebook bingo apps and you can also set up your own table which can be private if you wish. This mean that your friends can join you and you can play against them at your table if you wish to do so.
As with most Facebook bingo apps, rewards are virtual and in this case the virtual currency is chips. You are awarded these as a daily bonus when you visit this Facebook bingo app and they are also paid out as the prizes for achieving bingo.
You can also purchase them if you wish too and some of the prices are quite reasonable but many may be reluctant to spend money and also find it more fun to play if they have to actually earn their chips by winning bingo.
GameDesire Bingo Review – Game In Play
To view a demo of GameDesire Bingo in play simply click the image below.