Slingo Shuffle

Slingo Shuffle

Slingo Shuffle is a game for card lovers. It includes some gambling elements and that’s why the app asks you what your age is. In a few words this isn’t a game for children.

The app does not require a whole lot from you. You are given 25 cards, some of which are yellow, and a certain number of spins at the wheel of fortune. Try your luck and if you draw cards that are in the initial 25 cards you were given, just select them below and this will bring you coins. The goal is to draw all the yellow cards and then select them – this will bring you victory and if something else happens then you lose the game. When you have enough coins you can go and visit some other casinos so to say. Slingo Shuffle offers long gameplay – the description of the app on Google Play states that the game has over 275 levels to master, 10 decks of themed art to unlock, 72 patterns to complete and more.

All in all Slingo Shuffle is for people who are into cards and gambling. The game will not bring you real money for sure, but the fun is the same and if gambling is your thing then you should try this free Android game.

Slingo Shuffle is here on Google Play.

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