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Welcome to our Angry Bingo Review
If youve heard of angry birds, and the chances are that you have then you will see where the name angry bingo comes from. The design takes on a similar format, except the birds have been replaced by different bingo balls flying around the screen. The difference is that most of them look surly and not particularly happy go lucky as you may expect. Overall the layout has been well done which means that the navigation around the site is very straightforward. At the the time of writing this angry bingo review the number of promotions were sadly lacking, however there are regular big money jackpot games taking place which should keep you interested in hanging around that little bit longer.
The registration process
The registration is a very affair and should be familiar with many players. You will need to fill in personal details such as your name, date of birth, address, telephone number, email address and of course create a username and password.
The lobby and bingo rooms
The games lobby will load up in a new window when you first enter it. The layout is quite busy due to all the graphics and will take a little bit of getting used to. That said, the layout has been well done which means it easy to find different rooms to join. As angry bingo is part of a small network the rooms are quite unique, and unlike other dragonfish sites the rooms all have unique names and prizes. There are numerous free bingo rooms for those players who are on a tight budget. The menu tabs are clearly labelled which means you can easily just between different games. There is a choice of 90 ball and 75 ball bingo and a number of jackpots that run throughout the course of the month.
To help us get a true understanding we also tested out a number of the different rooms. Here is where some players may end up disappointed. Up until getting into the games rooms everything looks new, different and exciting. But play 90 ball and 75 ball games and you could be at any number of bingo sites. As dragonfish software is used the layout of the rooms and games will be familiar with many players. So please dont be fooled if you were really expecting to play something truly different.
Our final analysis and evaluation for this angry bingo review. This site has been designed to a very high standard and not only does it look very good, it is also easy to navigate around and easy to use. There is a good choice of rooms to join and play with some decent jackpots to be won. On the downside is the lack of variety of promotions and really the actual bingo is the same as many other online bingo sites.
What is the minimum deposit required?
The minimum deposit is £5 and £2,000, this is the daily limit. The weekly limit £3,000 while the monthly deposit amount is £10,000.
How do you make a deposit?
Where ever you are on the site the moment you click to make a deposit a new window will pop up. Here you will see a list of different payment methods. All you need to do is click on one which you want to use. You will then be taken to a screen where you can enter your account details and enter the amount you wish to deposit.
Is it licensed and regulated?
Yes it licensed and regulated in Gibralta and by the UK Gambling Commission.
What software is used?
Angry bingo uses Dragonfish software and is part of the ignite group of websites.
Are bank details needed at the registration stage?
Banks details are required during the registration process. However, this is only if you want to claim the free bonus money that is on offer. It can be left blank and filled in at a later date if you so wish but no bonus will be able to be obtained.
How long has the bingo site been established?
Angry bingo was launched in July 2014.