.BINGO File Extension

.BINGO File Extension

File Type

Bingo Project

Developer FutureSight Technologies
Popularity
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Category Developer Files
Format Binary

What is a BINGO file?

A BINGO file is a development project created using Bingo, a discontinued variant of MIT Scratch. It contains binary code that Bingo translates into block-based code. BINGO files cannot be opened in Scratch; they must be opened in Bingo.

More Information

Bingo is an extension of Scratch 1.4. It includes additional blocks and features that the default version of Scratch 1.4 does not. For example, Bingo includes four additional categories of blocks, and it allows developers to compile their Scratch programs into .EXE files, so they can execute the programs on Windows.

Bingo development projects are saved as BINGO files. While BINGO files are similar to Scratch 1.0's .SB files, Scratch 1.0 cannot open BINGO files. Only Bingo can open BINGO files.

How do I open a BINGO file?

You can open a BINGO file in Bingo (cross-platform). However, because Bingo is discontinued, you may have trouble installing the program on your PC. If you do not already have Bingo installed, you likely will not be able to open your BINGO file.

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Programs that open BINGO files

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Updated September 3, 2021

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