The wombat says: Just like this wombat, roulette has everything that a slot fan could want; prestige, glamour, and plenty of fast-paced action.
This game is brought to us by Gamevy and has all the hallmarks of a release from those British slot wizards, great graphics, simple interface and a lot of fun to play.
This is a European Roulette game which means that there are 37 numbers you can bet on (instead of 38 in American version where there are two zeros). Not only is this the more traditional game (not like Mike Tyson Roulette with its punchy side bets), but it also has better odds than its yankee doddle dandy cousin.
Oui! It’s true! Let´s take a spin shall we?
Gamevy Roulette Game Play
Never played a casino table game before Wombat fans?
Don’t panic you’ll find that these are quick and easy to get to grips with. Gamevy Roulette has been specifically designed to make it super easy to play with all of the standard roulette bets and none of the clutter.
You might have thought that the designers were from Scandinavia with a design as clean and simple as this, but the company is HQ’d in London Town. We did spot a Johansen or two in their About Us section though!
Betting starts at £1 and goes up to £100 which means there’s something for everyone, new players and high rollers alike.
So, choose your bet by clicking on the chip denomination at the bottom of the screen, and then you are ready to play.
Next, tap different positions on the table to place a bet – when you´re done with your bets, press the SPIN icon to quite literally get the ball rolling in the roulette wheel.
Note that this is a simplified game for those of you who are happier on the Inside and Outside Bets. You won’t be able to place any of the more complicated roulette call bets on this variant- you’ll need to head to a game like Roulette Premier Diamond Edition for that.
Ways to Bet
There are 2 ways to wager yoursef to some cold hard cash in Roulette inside and outside:
Inside bets are bets placed on specific numbers on the green baize table and are made up of the following:
– Straight. This is a bet placed on a single number. Place a chip on your chosen number .
– Split. This bet is made up of a wager placed on 2 numbers next to each other. Place your chip on the line between the two.
– Corner. A bet on 4 numbers. Place a chip on the intersecting corner between any 4 numbers. Easy peasy with a tidy pay-out.
– Three line (or a street). This is a bet on a row of 3 numbers. Place your chip on the line at the start of one of the 12 rows on the roulette table, or on the corner (see above) of the numbers 0, 1, 2 or 0, 2, 3.
– Six line. This cheeky little monkey is made up of a bet on 6 numbers – 2 rows of 3. To make a six-line bet, place a chip on the start of the line that separates the 2 rows. Simples.
Outside bets are placed on the areas of the table that represent groups of numbers – and come with worse odds, but mpre frequent payouts.
Column. A bet on 12 numbers in a column. Place a chip on one of the areas next to the 3 columns.
Dozen. A bet on 12 numbers made up of 4 rows of 3 numbers. Place a chip on one of the areas labelled, 1st 12, 2nd 12 or 3rd 12.
Red/Black. Well this is self explanatory, this wager is made up of a bet on all the black numbers or all the red numbers. Place a chip on either the red or black area at the front of the table.
Even/Odd. Another straightforward bet. Here you can wager on either all of the even numbers or all of the odd numbers.
1-18/19-36. This bet is on either the first 18 numbers, excluding 0, or the last 18. Put your lucky chip on the area marked 1-18 or 19-36.
With sharp 3D graphics ( we love the way the wheel jumps out of the screen) an autoplay function and a no fuss approach, Gamevy’s Roulette is a right little treat for all players! It’s wheely good! (I do apologise).