The basics of any game are very important. Here are the tips for playing Slingo.
These are the basics that one must know about Slingo Games to play and win:
- What to do in a Slingo?
There’s a 75 ball bingo grid with 5 × 5 numbers arranged in it. Just like bingo, to win a Slingo, one needs to fill up a line of numbers in either of:
- Rows of the grid.
- Columns of the grid.
- Diagonals of the grid.
- A coverall across the grid.
To do this, there is a five numbered reel with all the numbers on it that needs to be stopped at the right time. This reel has only one space for a number. And if stopped with the numbers matching any one line of numbers, the player wins a Slingo.
There are four symbols used in Slingo Games, these are:
- The Joker: The Joker crosses out a number in a column. This is a great thing for players as it increases their winnings chances.
- The Super Joker: The Super Joker crosses out any number on the Slingo grid, significantly increasing the player’s chances of winning.
- The Coin: The Coin is a rare power-up. I’d the player sees it, they have to forget everything else and select it. The Coin guarantees an instant cash prize for the player. It’s straight away win!
- The Devil: The Devil blocks off numbers and decreases the player’s chances of winning. They should avoid the Devil symbol.
- Volatility and RTP:
Some Slingo games allow players to choose the volatility. But what does volatility mean? What does it have to do with an RTP?
- The volatility of the game refers to the difficulty level. The prices are also dependent upon volatility.
- Games with low volatility are easy to win, but the prices are low.
- Games with high volatility are harder to win, but the prizes are very high.
- RTP stands for Return To Player. The RTP ratio controls how much money the players get back from the game.
- Games with a high RTP ratio have higher chances of winning and a higher chance of getting their money back.
- Games with a low RTP ratio have a lower chance of winning, with a lower chance of getting the money back.
- A beginner should go for a game with low volatility and a high RTP ratio as recommended.
- Some unusual Slingo Game Varieties:
- Monopoly Slingo: This version of Slingo combines it with Monopoly. Instead of there being numbers on the five on five grid, there are Monopoly properties. One needs to roll the dice and land on these properties to check them off the grid. If one gets all the properties in a line, they get a Slingo. If the player gets a colour code with their properties, they get a multiplier bonus.
- Deal or No Deal Slingo: Here, there are unlimited spins the player can pay for. One needs to check four Slingo to win a prize. Then they can accept or spin again.