One of the hottest new bingo games around is Hex Bingo, a multi-stake game with a single ticket option.
Players can choose from 0.10, 0.25, 0.50, 1.00 and 2.00 options, each ticket coming with 10 numbers which are displayed above hexagonal columns.
Hex Bingo is just a 30-ball game, in fact 30 hexagonal tiles rather than balls as such, which offers chances of a Full House, a Jackpot and even your stake money back.
How to play
One of the charms of Hex Bingo is how easy it is to start as a new player. Simply click to choose this game from the game lobby, then pick a Hex room from the choices listed which are in order of when they are about to begin. From there you can select a ticket price, games are available from 0.10 to 2.00.
Furthermore, you can even pick a team colour making the game more fun. Your chosen colour will form the background of your game throughout, or you can even ignore that part and have a random colour assigned to you.
How to Play Hex
As is the case with any bingo game you’ll see numbers being called in Hex Bingo. The called numbers are stacked as tiles and if you have a number on your card, you can mark it off – though there is an easy auto-mark feature.
The target in Hex Bingo is match 10 numbers on your card from the 30 called. A Full House is available to win in every game with the first playing matching all their tiles winning.
While those matching 10 tiles will win the Full House prize, doing that with 14 numbers or less called can win you the Jackpot. If your ten numbers do come out in 14 calls or less, the jackpot value is a whopping x1000!
Never fear though, if you don’t claim the jackpot or even the Full House, you can win your ticket price back as long as the colour of the last tile called is the team colour you’ve chosen or had assigned. A nice feature!
Return to Player
Hex Bingo has many good points, including its RTP which is guaranteed to be at least 80%. Better still though is the fact that there is even a 20% chance in every game of players having their stake refunded, so the risk is minimum for all that fun.
It’s always good to find a themed bingo game as simply watching balls stack up neverendingly can become so boring after a while.
Hex Bingo on the other hand is fun, but its beauty is in its simplicity. While picking off 10 numbers is hardly taxing, neither is a 30-number game in total, but with the auto-mark option you really don’t have to do anything!
The bases are covered here; there is a fair chance of a Full House and maybe even a bonus, but if you happen to choose the right team colours you may even get your stake money back after a losing game which is great for those playing with smaller amounts.