About Giant Bingo
Giant Bingo is closed to UK players. Have you tried Wink Bingo?
Giant Bingo is an Ignite bingo site on the Dragonfish platform, which used to have a friendly giant mascot, Finn, greeting you on the homepage – sadly, as cartoon characters are no longer allowed on easily accessible bingo site pages, he isn’t so visible any more.
- 90 ball bingo
- 75 ball bingo
Slots and Casino Games
Choose from a great range of online slots games at Giant Bingo – their range includes titles such as Make Over Magic, Once Upon a Dime, Ooh Aah Dracula, Siberian Storm, Starburst, Subtopia, Sparks, The Big Lebowski, Titanic, Seven Great Wonders, Serengeti Diamonds, Secret of the Stones, Love from London, Lost Island, Dead or Alive, Deuces Wild, Crystal Forest, Beat the Bobbies, Aloha! Cluster Plays, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Birds on a Wire, Cleopatra, Copy Cats, Cool Jewels, Fiddle Dee Dough, Feline Queen, Motorhead, Rainbow Riches, Blood Suckers II, Ghost in the Shell, Gods of Gold, and many more.
Giant Bingo on Mobile and Tablet
As Giant Bingo is on the HTML5 platform, it runs seamlessly on both mobiles and desktop computers, with little difference between the two, and no requirement to download anything. The layout on mobile and tablet is simple with a navigation bar located at the bottom of the screen and all the games sorted into separate categories, just like how they are on the desktop version. There are no iPhone or Android apps available for Giant Bingo as of yet, but as it’s a HTML5 site, they don’t really need one. The site loads quickly without any crashes or glitches, so an app wouldn’t really improve on anything.
Giant Bingo Usability and Registration
Log in to Giant Bingo by entering your username and password into the box at the top right hand corner of the screen, then click the orange login button underneath to get started. You can’t access the full version of the site before logging in, so you’ll need to sign up before you can start looking at the games and promotions. The site is nicely illustrated with a cartoon blue background showing the Giant’s Causeway and lots of pots of gold (though Finn, the site’s mascot, seems to have gone on holiday thanks to the new regulations on cartoon characters on bingo sites). Otherwise, the site is quite typical of other bingo sites on the same network, with it just being the same Dragonfish software under a different skin.
Giant Bingo Final Thoughts
Giant Bingo has a fun theme, though it would be better if it actually featured some giants – though with the regulations bingo sites are facing about cartoon characters, it doesn’t seem likely that this will change any time soon. The site offers some good promotions and it runs fairly well across all devices, and we like the opening offer and the chance to play free bingo during your first days at the site as well as whenever you make a deposit. Besides this, it’s a familiar Dragonfish site similar to other bingo sites on the same network, just with a different skin, so it’s likely you’ll find this site to be lacking anything new. We’d rate this site as 6/10.