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British bingo

British bingo runs in your browser and uses 3 by 9 boards. The game simulates the other players. Players make mistakes and chat. Players leave, join, and re-join between and during games. You can have over 10,000 players. You can hear the players and the caller talk. You can change the sizes to fit a small screen

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  •  05 Apr 2014 22:54

Release Notes: This release makes the numbers called so far look like balls (there are also new sounds). There are more reasons for players to leave the game and more unusual things for the caller to say. On an iPad, the warning about the screen being in landscape mode is only shown for a short time. There is another animation when a player has a "line", which moves parts of the game around. It is now less likely that the same two animations occur twice in a row. Some variables names which were partly shortened are now shortened as a whole. This release also fixes two bugs. One bug stopped the game.

  •  21 Feb 2014 21:31

Release Notes: This release adds color gradients on the messages, buttons, and scoreboard. On Window 8 with Internet Explorer or Firefox, you now see an option to have a layout suitable for touchscreens. There is another animation when a player has a "house", which looks like the credits of a film. The hints on the (call) "line" and (call) "house" buttons are now removed once you have pressed the buttons. This release also fixes seven bugs.

  •  10 Jan 2014 22:35

Release Notes: This release adjusts the layout for an iPad. You can now find out if you are playing for a "line" or a "house" by clicking on squares without numbers on your board. Another animation is added which draws dots. This releases fixes a fatal bug which made the game stop after the animation which draws concentric circles (or squares). On Internet Explorer 11, the buttons to increase or decrease the numbers are now shown. The animation which draws many copies of the game now reflects the value of the "overall size" in the settings. Mobile phones are now identified as touch-screen devices

  •  18 Nov 2013 22:48

Release Notes: This release fixes a bug and the number of players at the start now varies. The bug is where the animations may not take into account any scrolling of the screen. With this release: the number of players at the start of the game can now vary; you can now find out if the game is being played for a 'line' or a 'house' by right-clicking on squares without numbers on your board; on touch-screens, you now toggle on and off the long descriptions of settings; there can now be shadows on the numbers on the boards; there are a few new sounds for touch-screens.

  •  15 Sep 2013 03:23

Release Notes: This release fixes three bugs and adds more shadows and round corners on newer browsers.


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