Angry Bingo Review
While you might associate a lot of emotions with online bingo, anger isn’t usually one of them, and so this might seem like an odd name for this site that launched on 14th July 2014 from the team behind Costa Bingo. However, an unusual name doesn’t mean that the site isn’t good, so let’s have a scout around!
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Registering & Claiming your welcome bonuses
The overall “angry” theme is made fairly clear the second that you read the site’s homepage, which is littered with angry bingo balls accompanied by various offers. This distracted me away from the registration section, which you can get to via the yellow “Join Now” button hidden away in the top right-hand corner. Clicking through takes you to a single-page login form. The various sections are all simple to fill out, and the entire registration process is quick and easy. Payment details are needed at this stage, but they are for verification only and no money will be taken from your account unless you agree to it. Signing up with Angry Bingo gets you a £5 welcome bonus. When I registered it took a little while for this to be credited to my account.
Refer a friend promotion
Don’t get angry, get friendly! Invite a friend to play at Angry Bingo and you’ll get £10. Not only that, but the top 5 referrers will get a share of £200!
Once you have signed in to Angry Bingo you are redirected to an account page including a large “Play Now” button. This instantly redirects you to a new window with the game lobby in a new window with a bright blue background. This is organised into various tabs, coloured in blue and red alternately. The top portion of the window contains more angry bingo balls advertising a variety of games, and I found that this made the lobby a little cluttered and more busy than is probably necessary. Take a look for yourself in the snapshot below.
There are four 90-ball games available, four 75-ball games, five free games, and a range of jackpots and instant games which make up the remainder of the tabs. As this site is fairly new the smaller number of games is not surprising, and it’s good to see that most of those games are open. All the rooms have angry-themed names. The games open up in the same window, and feature bright red tickets on a bright blue background, a contrast that I found a little bit jarring. The ticket pane is on the left-hand side of the window, and the chat interface is on the right. The caller is high energy and does use a number of fun calls to keep the game entertaining.
The chatroom at Angry Bingo is a generic interface, and is a cross-site room. When I played the chat was completely inactive, with no chat host available, but it is fair to presume that as the community builds on this new site, that aspect will change and in time we’ll update this review to let you know about how active the community has become. The interface itself is promising, featuring all the bingo lingo shortcuts and emoticons necessary to keep up a lively conversation.
Angry Bingo Video Review
What can you play?
They may be angry, but that doesn’t mean Angry Bingo aren’t treating you. They have 3 completely free to play rooms, Newbie corner for new depositors and Fierce “n” Free for re-depositors.
Angry Bingo doesn’t just have bingo on offer, there are a range of slots and instant games as well. Unfortunately these do not have a freeplay option, but if you do chose to deposit at Angry Bingo there is a welcome bonus of a huge 500% (available on either £5 or £10) and access to the Newbie corner.
- 90 ball
- 75 ball
- chat games
- free bingo
- penny bingo
Pros and Cons
Easy to use website and I loved the design
Good range of games
Nice no deposit sign up offer
Slightly odd theme
I thought that the game lobby felt a bit cluttered