In the classic game "Bingo", the player has a card with 25 numbers. The BingoMaster announces numbers. The player marks announced numbers on the card. When the player has 5 marked fields in a row (either horizontal, vertical or diagonal), the player has "Bingo".
In "Multi Bingo", digits are announced. The player can place the announced digits on the card. The goal is, to place 2 digits (for example "6" and "7") in a field, in such a way that the multiplication of the digits ("6 x 7") gives the number in the field ("42"). Fields with a valid result count for "Bingo".
Digits are shown for only some seconds. When a digit is not placed within that time, a next digit is shown. The player can skip a digit, and immediately get the next digit, by tapping the digit.
When playing as "Novice", each announced digit can be used somewhere on the card. When playing as "Expert" or "Master", most announced digits can be used.
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