Sheriff Gaming is known for producing highly detailed games with extensive features. This classic roulette game turns that idea on its head, because the game is classic through and through. This isn't a bad thing though, quite the contrary in fact because players will get to experience an authentic game of roulette right on their computer screen.
How to use European Roulette
The screen presents a roulette table with all the usual numbers in the same position you'd find them on a real life table. You can place chips of varying values on any of the positions on the table and the potential returns are shown on the display.
Once the wheel is spinning a small counter in the top right hand corner lets you get a closer look at what's going on. This will clearly show the number the roulette wheel stops on. There's a handy 'last numbers' panel too, which provides a rough guide on where not to place your bets (although the randomness of the game does mean these numbers could occur on subsequent spins).
The rules of the game are presented as a written guide and in audio.There's a handy mute button too.
Author: Natalie Stephanopoulos