Monday, September 17, 2018

Bingo Master Board - Host Bingo games on the Web


Released (PPT): September 3, 2011
Released (Web): September 17, 2018
Updated: November 10, 2018 (Version 3.0.1)

Description

Bingo Master Board helps you host and manage your own Bingo games. You can:

  • Randomly draw and project Bingo balls
  • Display the amount of balls drawn or remaining
  • Set a winning pattern
  • Change the look of the board with themes
  • Hide drawn Bingo numbers for a tougher game
  • Manually edit the board if you're drawing balls separately

Bingo Master Board is designed for fullscreen on the Web. This version is the successor to Bingo Master Board (PowerPoint) and Bingo Master Board PLUS (PowerPoint).

Supports the latest versions of Edge, Firefox, Chrome, and Safari (including the iPad).
Internet Explorer is not supported.

Find any bugs? Read the GitHub README for more details.

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5 comments:

  1. Tim, your project is both amazing and extraordinary. Is it okay if I implement this into a website for a retirement community? Thanks!

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    1. Bingo Master Board uses the MIT License, which allows you to do what you asked as long as you give me credit for the original work.

      Feel free to look up the MIT License for more info. It's a quick read, and many other open-source projects uses the same license.

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    2. Thanks, Tim! The residents will definitely enjoy your amazing project! Fantastic work!

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  2. Is there a possibility you'd ever add a feature that has an in order list of the numbers drawn? Currently it only shows the last number selected, but would you ever have the last 10 numbers picked?

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    1. That feature is a good idea, and I do indeed wish to add a feature that shows the list of drawn numbers in order in the future. Thanks for your input.

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