Fancy Bingo Review

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Fancy Bingo features a spookily odd design, starring the scary looking Fancy Hatter. He seems to be inspired by the similarly named Lewis Carroll character. It’s all a bit dark, perhaps even a little psychedelic in influence, with some dodgy looking mushrooms in evidence. Mr Hatter features strongly on the mobile version too, along with all the other attractions from the main site. It is all very skilfully converted by its Dragonfish designers, with the 90 and 75 ball bingo rooms re-fashioned and cleverly scaled down to fit your handset’s display. All the information you need is still there, but nothing more, so that it all fits into a single screen with no need for scrolling or zooming. The same cannot quite be said of the navigation required to get to your favoured game. But then again, there IS a lot to choose from, so some scrolling can be required. This is especially so with regard to the registration process, with the form filling being particularly fiddly o the small screen. But this needn’t be a problem – you can enter your details on the main site via laptop or desktop, as all your log in details will work on both versions. There are plenty of alternative instant games to choose from as well. These are all colourfully designed and the graphics run smoothly with no glitches to report (provided that you have a good connection).

Making payments is an easy process too. You can use any of the typically available plastic methods: Visa and MasterCard credit cards, or Delta and Maestro debit cards. You can also pay by one of several e-payment choices too. There is even a 24 hour Freephone number to ring if you prefer the human touch. The minimum deposit amount is £5, which you can pay via the onscreen links when you are playing a game, or via the bingo lobby after you log in. Withdrawing any winnings can be done after you have fulfilled a couple of conditions. Your money should be safe too, with secure banking technology used and everything fully regulated by the UK Gambling Commission, because of its link to Dragonfish, which is licenced and registered on the UK overseas territory of Gibraltar.

Although the theme is a little spooky, there is no need to feel scared when using this well designed site. This review finds that you will have no need for a looking glass on Fancy Bingo. It’s easy to find your way around and you still have all the prizes, jackpots and promotions featured on the main site. Playing on the go on this site can be real fun – you don’t have to limit yourself to just a tea party on Fancy Bingo.

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