Tambola Offline game
Tambola/Housie - Offline Board Game
- TAMBOLA/HOUSIE KIT
It’s a complete housie/tambola paperless game kit. It has an organiser feature with number calling, prizes & ticket verification feature.
-TAMBOLA NUMBER GENERATOR/CALLER
It has a Tambola organiser/ host feature which lets you select prizes for the tambola game.The tambola board contains 1 to 90 numbers. It has an automatic number generator/caller feature which speaks out random generated numbers. The number gets listed on the tambola board as tambola/housie coins. You can control the speed of calling out numbers with three settings slow/medium/fast with tambola voice
- CALLED NUMBER HISTORY
Organiser can view last 5 called out numbers directly on board or can view all called out numbers with history feature
- TAMBOLA TICKET GENERATOR
It has a tambola ticket generator feature which generates a new tambola ticket for you automatically
- TAMBOLA PRIZES
Organisers can select the variety and number of prizes from the variation below:
1) Full Housie
2) Double Row
3) Top Row
4) Middle Row
5) Bottom Row
6) Single Row
- TICKET VALIDATION
It has an automatic ticket verification feature which uses QRCode to verify a player's prize claim. Organiser has to use a scan feature which opens up the camera to scan QRCode on the player's phone.
- WINNER BOARD
On successful claim verification of prize from players QRCode the player's name gets listed on the winner board on Organiser’s phone. Organisers can later share the board Image on Social Apps like Whatsapp, Facebook etc. You can play tambola/housie at home, party etc.
- HOW TO PLAY
This is an housie offline game and organiser and players should be preferably available physically to participate in the game.(Players can use zoom, whatsapp call etc)The organizer starts selecting the Organiser button & then selects the desired prizes and number of prizes for the game. Players can click the Player button and generate a ticket and wait for the organiser to start the game.The organiser starts the game by clicking on the start button. The organiser's device calls out a randomly generated number one at a time. The players mark off the numbers on their tickets as the numbers are called by a caller. The player asks the organiser to scan the ORCode on his/her ticket to verify the claim once a desired combination for the prize is cut off on the ticket. Once scanned the organiser's device verifies the claim and notifies whether the claim is successful or not. On success the winner's name appears on the winner board.
The Tambola ticket or card has 3 horizontal rows/lines and 9 vertical columns with a total of 27 boxes. Each line has 5 numbers on it and four boxes are left blank. Thus a ticket has a total of 15 numbers. The first vertical column can have numbers from 1 to 9, the second column from 11 to 19, the third column from 21 to 29, and so on and the last column can have numbers from 81 to 90.