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Think Bingo Make A Move

Think Bingo Think Bingo Change Software

Think Bingo have recently made quite a few changes at their site, a site that was first opened to players in August 2004 and one of the first that we played at. The site is no longer powered by the 888 software but is now operated by Electraworks. The software however, looks to be proprietary rather than the standard Cozy Games layout.

When you land at the new site, you’ll recognise the branding because that hasn’t changed at all. The colour scheme remains the same but the home page is much more focused on the bingo. You’ll find a list of the bingo games about to start or starting in a few minutes in list format rather than a bunch of adverts and hard sells that we see at other sites.

The list consists of the game type, room name, number of players, ticket price, prize pool, jackpot and obviously, a ‘Play Now’ button.

Also on show, via a sliding banner, are some of the slots and instant win games that they have on offer to player.

Getting Started With The New Think Bingo

We were able to use our old account logins for the new Think Bingo but checked the registration process as well, and this was pretty straightforward.

Heading to a bingo room and the layout looks different to your standard Cozy Games product but the voiceover, the bingo caller – he’s exactly the same as other sites on that software.

Here’s how a 90 ball room looks:

Think Bingo - New 90 Ball

Still A Way To Go At Think Bingo

We appreciate that the new Think Bingo has only just launched but there were no promotions and we could not see any specific welcome offers from the site either.

The game play was ok for bingo, but to be honest, we wouldn’t be rushing back to play at the site at this point.

Give it time though, the new Think Bingo might have more to offer the discerning player but right now it lacks appeal other than it looks a little different to what we are used to.

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