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Jan 3, 2016

Key West is the first bingo that Bally produced that allowed you to collect wins in triple deck scoring before you were locked out of the moving numbers feature (in this case, Magic Squares).  

Collecting in multiple colors is a great thrill.

The ballyhole returns - awarding first extra ball, corners score green 5-in-a-line, and also a first for this game, you can swap the red and yellow scores if one or the other is higher and you want to earn those extra replays!

Backglass:

http://bingo.cdyn.com/machines/bally/key_west/resources/bg-key_west-2.jpg

Cabinet:

http://bingo.cdyn.com/machines/bally/key_west/resources/cab-key_west-2.jpg

Playfield:

http://bingo.cdyn.com/machines/bally/key_west/resources/pf-key_west-1.jpg

Jan 2, 2016

Big Show is a magic squares game, notable for being the first game with triple deck scoring!

Corners score as 5-in-a-row in green, extra balls, magic squares in traditional position, and spotted numbers 2 or 18. Ballyhole lights first extra ball.

Backglass:

http://bingo.cdyn.com/machines/bally/big_show/resources/bg-big_show-1.jpg

Cabinet:

http://bingo.cdyn.com/machines/bally/big_show/resources/cab-big_show-1.jpg

Playfield:

http://bingo.cdyn.com/machines/bally/big_show/resources/pf-big_show-1.jpg

Jan 1, 2016

Double Header is another unique game!  Bally made two separate games in one - the first game is a static bingo card with multiple spotted numbers and select-a-spot.  Red yellow and green lines can score double or triple.

The second game is a Magic Squares game.  It does not have the double, triple or quadruple scoring, but it has multiple spotted numbers.

Beautiful baseball-themed artwork round out this real bingo rarity!

Backglass:

http://bingo.cdyn.com/machines/bally/double_header/resources/bg-double_header-1.jpg

Cabinet:

http://bingo.cdyn.com/machines/bally/double_header/resources/cab-double_header-1.jpg

Playfield:

http://bingo.cdyn.com/machines/bally/double_header/resources/pf-double_header-1.jpg

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