Zynga Slingo

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Zynga Slingo
Zynga Slingo Logo.jpg
Genre(s)social, casino, slots, bingo game

Zynga Slingo was a social casino game developed by Zynga and released on Facebook in February 2012. It was Zynga’s first licensed game and a partnership with classic gambling game Slingo.[1][2]

The game was available in 14 languages, including English, Spanish, French, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Turkish, Danish, German, Swedish, and Norwegian.[3]

Zynga Slingo was shut down on August 27, 2013.


Players clicked "spin" and matched numbers to fill a slingo card. They could increase their score by earning balls and coins. Players got a "slingo" by matching five numbers vertically, horizontally or diagonally. Players could wager their points — the whole loot or just a percentage — and flip the devil-vs-cherub coin to potentially win big or lose it all. Players could give other players power-ups or act as a Joker.[4]

They could also chat with one another in the chat panel.

Zynga added a "Play with Friends" button to the game, which eventually let players compete for high scores based on the same board.[5]


  1. ^ Sara Lee, Zynga Slingo Review, DotMMO, March 15, 2012.
  2. ^ Mike Rose, Zynga launches first licensed game Zynga Slingo, Gamasutra, 15 February 2012.
  3. ^ Kate Freeman, Zynga Slingo Combines Past and Present in New Social Game, Mashable, 15 February 2012.
  4. ^ Larry Frum, 'Slingo' game comes to Facebook, CNN, 15 February 2012.
  5. ^ Hayley Tsukayama, Zynga adds Slingo to its stable of games, The Washington Post, 15 February 2012.

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