Play’n Go announces brand new games including video bingo

Published on September 30, 2016 in Industry News

Video bingo casino games by Play'n GOSoftware developer, Play’n Go has expanded its portfolio with the recent launch of its very first video bingo titles. The Swedish table game and slots provider developed Flying Pigs and Bugs Party in partnership with the Latin American land-based video bingo supplier Zest Gaming.
 

Pigs and Bugs

The Flying Pigs game whisks players away to a rural countryside setting where the essence of farm life is fully enraptured. Players can hold up to 4 bingo cards with as many as 15 randomly generated numbers on them during each game session. Up to 30 of the 60 balls are drawn at random and players that are one number away from winning have the chance of triggering one extra ball.
 

"Flying Pigs comes with a Bonus Game for players who match a pattern shown inside the fenced-in area on their display screen."

Players can reveal more prizes if they manage to move the pigs inside their pen. Once the evil boar has been revealed the bonus game will end.

Bugs Party bears a lot of similarity in mechanics to Flying Pigs, but in this particular game a hungry frog and angry pest control officer attempt to stop the player from guiding the troupe of bugs toward winning combos. Players have to lure the bugs towards big wins with delicious jam jars and if they manage to trigger an extra ball they can receive 8x their winnings.

CEO of Play’n GO, Johan Tornqvist was excited to say that Flying Pigs and Bugs Party are incredibly unique games and something new in the industry. Tornqvist continued to say that it is a highly rewarding feeling to be able to introduce a brand new category of online casino games

Video bingo has been extremely popular in land-based casinos in Latin America and Tornqvist is confident that it will be just as big a hit in the rest of the world.