Vampire Bingo was appropriately launched just before Halloween in October 2012. It also happened to be a few weeks before the last movie in the Twilight series was released. Vampire Bingo is one of the brands on the Live Bingo Network, running on the Cozy Games bingo software.

Vampire Bingo has a colour scheme made up of deep shades of purple and pink, not blood red, as you might have thought. The landing page has an array of bats on it but features a cartoon character of a vampire that resembles Robert Pattinson, the actor who plays Edward Cullen in the Twilight movies. The theme of Vampire Bingo may be a little spooky, but the design and layout of the site is very nice, although a little dark.

You are able to see the welcome offers clearly. You might have some difficulty when you go to register if you already have accounts on other bingo sites belonging to the Winner Bingo Network. You’ll be required to come up with a unique and different username.

Bingo Games

Once you’ve completed the registration process and/or have logged in you will be led to the bingo lobby. This is where you will see what games are offered. When we visited the site to review it we noticed that just two bingo rooms were open, one 80-ball and one 90-ball. The Cozy Games software does offer 30-ball bingo as well as 75-ball ball bingo so perhaps when we were there these were not available around the clock 24/7 on Vampire Bingo.

While in the bingo lobby at Vampire Bingo you can easily see:

  • Game details
  • Ticket prices
  • Number of players in the room
  • Jackpot prizes
  • Instant Win games

Players can use bonus funds and/or cash to play the Instant Win games.

If you’ve played bingo online at other brands running on the Cozy Games software you will find the bingo rooms laid out in a familiar way. Your buying options are on the left side of your screen and this becomes your callboard when playing. Above this you will see your Account balances. The bingo tickets are in the centre and above that are the navigation menus and game details. On the right side of the screen is the chat room and above that is a nice selection of mini-games.

Consistent with all the brands belonging to the Winner Bingo Network, you are limited to buying only 15 tickets per game until you make a deposit. This is one among many limitations instigated on the sites of the brands belonging to this network.

Vampire Bingo doesn’t offer any exciting bonuses. The focus seems to be on deposit bonuses only. When we looked at the promotions offered, we found them quite ordinary with nothing really enticing.

Vampire Bingo, in spite of the theme and the generous bonuses, is really only one more brand powered by the Cozy Games software. That being said, if you like Cozy Games then you will probably enjoy playing on this site.