Mike Tyson roulette has recently been discontinued by Inspired Gaming and is no longer available. Sorry about that!
The wombat says: We’ve all heard of Mike Tyson Wombat fans, haven’t we? He’s as well known for his epic wins in the boxing ring with fight record of 50 victories, as he is for chewing someone’s ear off (that’s a whole other story). I mean, I know we all use the expression “cor, she was really chewing my ear off, couldn’t get a word in sideways” and so on, but don’t take it literally Mike! Talking of having the gift of the gab reminds us of the croupiers on Lightning Roulette – another great game.
And did you know that Mike loves pigeons? He’s got their back. In his own words: “I don’t understand why people would want to get rid of pigeons. They don’t bother no one.” You can’s argue with that, the man talks a lot of sense.
Did you know there’s also a roulette game themed on the sporting legend? Yup, Mike Tyson roulette is a table game brought to us by Inspired Gaming, and as you’d expect, it comes with added twists to the usual rules. There’s also a Knockout Bonus round, special bets, animated fights scenes and game-play commentary from the big fella himself. This has got to be the toughest thing you’ll see on a table since Great Rhino Roulette from Extreme Live Gaming.
Are you ready to enter the ring? Let’s go.
Mike Tyson Roulette Game Play
Pick a number (or a combo of numbers) and then spin the wheel. If the white ball lands on any of the numbers you picked, you’ll receive a payout. Easy peasy! But if the ball lands on a losing number, your game is over and it’s time to bet again. It’s that simple. As Mike would say “I’m a dreamer. I have to dream and reach for the stars, and if I miss a star than I grab a handful of stars!”. Well said Mikey.
If you are looking for a choice of roulette bets that’s a bit beyond the usual, then Mike is the man to help out. Bets in Mike Tyson Roulette start low at £1.00 per spin and goes up to£100, which means there’s something for everyone here. Your bet options include; neighbour bets, lucky dips, scatter bets, all in, perfect bets and innovative punch as well as the standard Roulette wagers:
Inside bets These bets are on single numbers, 2 numbers together, or small groups of 3, 4, or 6 numbers. The inside bets are high odd bets and this wombat recommends you try at least one inside bet (together with an outside bet) if you’re after scooping up some of the big kahuna payouts.
Outside bets These are bets have lower odds and are made on larger groups of numbers which include groups of 12 ( the thirds) the red or black numbers, and the even or odd numbers. Better for the more risk averse among you.
You’ll enter the awesome bonus ring by placing a bet on the knockout bonus section of the betting table – and if the spin of the Roulette wheel lands on the bonus win, then you’re in. Next you’ll be taken to a screen with a boxing ring and 20 different multipliers across 4 punch bags. The high roller prizes are the two big power prizes; x500 and x120.
2x of the multipliers are removed each time you press ‘Knockout’ and the player must decide whether to collect a prize after each go, or keep on fighting in the ring for another knockout. The aim of the game is to avoid knocking out the 2 power pay outs as you try to get your cash prize to be as high as possible, or to get through all the rounds until you scoop the x120 or x500 multipliers.
If the power prizes get knocked out, all the other remaining multipliers will be knocked out, except 1. This final multiplier has your name on it, and the bonus is now over.
One for boxing and table game fans alike, Mike Tyson Roulette is a quirky take on your standard table game. It’s a winner!