Wayne’s Bingo Barmy Review
Bingo Barmy is the latest site from the team at Maxi Affiliates. They’re experts with Dragonfish bingo sites and own half a dozen or so small sites on the platform already, such as Chit Chat Bingo.
This one uses the latest Dragonfish tech, known as Falcon, which sounds exciting but honestly I can’t tell the difference between one Dragonfish and another. The one thing I can tell is that this one is on the Real Bingo Network, which is the no-wagering one that has proven popular in recent years.
The site tries to make the most of the Barmy name by peppering the site with weird photoshopped monstrosities such as a woman with balloons instead of a face and a guitar made from an avocado. If that’s not your thing don’t let it put you off too much as once in the games everything is standard Dragonfish fare.
I was fortunate enough to get exclusive first-look access to Bingo Barmy a few days before the official launch.
In this video I take you on a quick tour of the site, have a look.
Bingo Barmy’s is powered by Dragonfish tech and has all the usual bingo types you would expect to find:
- 90 Ball Bingo
- 75 Ball Bingo
- Bingo Roulette
- Even Stevens
- Hit 52 (aka Flash Fives)
- Mystery Jackpots
- Wonky (aka Bounce'T Bingo)
The Royal Room
The one section that doesn’t fit into the whole barmy aesthetic is an area of the site called Royal Room. This confuses me at first because although it says ‘room’ (singular) it actually refers to a group of rooms (plural).
These rooms are networked across all the Maxi brands, so you won’t find them at most Dragonfish sites. There is at least one room open to all players who have made at least one deposit, as well as others that are invite-only and only open to players of a specific VIP level.
If you login and select bingo > loyalty, you can read all about the various VIP levels. Personally I’m never on one site long enough to truly care about VIP schemes.