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3D European Roulette
3D European Roulette
The wombat says: Tired of the same old slots wombat fans? You know the old saying; ‘variety is the spice of life’, well we could use something new, which is why we were more than happy to review this beauty!
New from Iron Dog Studios is 3D European Roulette with sharp 3D quality graphics, and a slick user experience for both mobile and desktop. Let’s get stuck in!
Look and Feel
Let’s be honest; 3D European Roulette doesn’t look all that different from the other roulette games out there (well it’s much prettier than the Next Gen European roulette we also have), but it does have a neighbours bets feature, and a very cool stats overlay feature so you can see how the board has played. This also allows you to search for hot and cold numbers and it’s a must for all those roulette geeks out there who like to crunch the numbers before you place your bets. Plus, there’s also a fast play option if you like to keep the pace up when you play.
All in all it’s probably the slick 3D graphics that set 3D European Roulette apart from the other versions of this classic casino game. So, if you prefer this layout to some of the others, then pull up a seat at the 3D table and give that silver spinner a big old whirl! This is a virtual roulette game that uses an RNG to generate the results of course. If you prefer to play on a real wheel, we have plenty of live games as well including Club Roulette and Golden Ball. Check them all out in the live casino games section.
Even though the first look at a roulette betting table might be a bit intimidating for the newbie who’s more used to slots, the game is pretty easy. Basically, you are betting on which of the black and red 37 chambers a randomly-spun white ball will land. We do have some more complex games here at Wombat Towers such as this Dolphin Roulette game with marine side bets (yes, really). 3D roulette is not one of those.
You can bet on individual numbers, ranges of numbers, the colour of the chamber (all chambers except for the number 0 are coloured either red or black), or whether the number that comes up will be an odd number or an even one. The greater the coverage of the range is, the lower the potential payout will be; and the lesser the coverage, the greater your potential win could be! Still confused? Then click on ‘paytable’ for a list of the types of bets and their payouts.
All the extras
Like to keep the betting fresh? Switch things up every now and then with the Neighbours board, where you can bet on different areas of where the ball may land on the wheel, or different selections of 5 numbers. Picking from the specific sections like Voisins, Orphelins and Tiers is a nice touch, too. And if you don’t know what they mean, we’ll tell you!
Voisins du Zero
This means ‘neighbours of zero’ and this bet refers to the 17 numbers on the wheel that reach from 22, right round to 25. Slap-bang in the middle of this grouping is the Zero. Hence, all of the numbers around it are its ‘neighbours’. Get it?
Tiers du Cylindre
Translated as ‘thirds of the wheel’, this bet-type is an exactly a third of the roulette wheel (specifically the bottom third), and the numbers go from 33 right round to 27. Mon dieu!
These ‘orphans’ are two small segments that make up the eight numbers not in the Voisins du Zero nor Tiers du Cylindre. These include 9, 31, 14, 20 and 1 on one side of the table, and 17, 34 and 6 on the other.
Play 3D European Roulette on mobile
Fancy a spot of roulette on the hop? Well you’re in luck as this game is optimised for all devices, and looks just as good on mobile and tablet as it does desktop.
What are your lucky numbers Wombat Fans? We would share ours, but that would be bad luck…Place your bets please! You won’t be disappointed