Wheel of Fortune Bingo allows you to choose to play on one, two, or three cards, with a bet being placed on each card. At the beginning of each game, Bingo balls will begin to fall, giving you a chance to fill your card(s) over 30 spins of the Wheel of Fortune Wheel. If an orange ball falls, it gives you a chance to guess a letter on the Wheel of Fortune puzzle board, like you see on the television show.
Created by game show producer Merv Griffin in 1975, "Wheel of Fortune" is one of the longest-running and highest-rated game shows in history. Like so many other successful television programs, board game producers made a home game version. Pressman manufactured this Wheel of Fortune board game in 1985. It relatively successfully duplicates the hidden puzzle and spinning dollar amount details from the actual program.