A Classic Game
Roulette appeared in French gambling houses back in XVIII century. This classic game nourishes its gambling nature right from the properties of the physical world, as nobody can predict the behaviour of the ball on a rotating cylinder of the roulette - there are too many factors to consider. We have created a gambling machine to reconstruct the 37-pockets European Roulette's gameplay as far as it is possible.
To stand near a roulette table is different from playing a gambling-machine, of course. We have put into the game some auxiliary screens that show the roulette from above like in a TV broadcast and when needed - deliver you a zoomed frame of the ball. No nuance of the game will escape your gaze.
Within our simulation you can place your bet on Voisins du zero (neighbours of zero), Orphelines (orphan-pockets) and Le tiers du cylindre (the third of the wheel). You can also place your bets on pockets neighbouring to any particular pocket. For example, if you choose "0" on a special field, your bet will be automatically placed on "0", "26", "32", "15", and "3" - the neighbouring numbers.