We’re always on the lookout for new Roulette games with loads of intuitive functionality. So, we jumped at the opportunity to play iSoftBet’s Roulette Silver, which comes with both a traditional and racetrack view, double bet and save bet functions, as well as a nifty statistics board.
Although Roulette Silver isn’t graphically a game changer, it still gives us a sleek, polished roulette table. Unfortunately, the landscape orientation doesn’t translate that well on mobile, and we ended up spending more time playing on the desktop version.
But the feature list remains consistent across both versions, so you get to use all of the game’s functions and mechanics, which we discuss below in our review of Roulette Silver.
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Statistics Board, Double Bet, Racetrack, Save Bet
Roulette Silver is very hit-and-miss in the feature department. While it does a good job of adding features like double bet and a racetrack view, it’s missing some key functions which we’ve come to expect. There are no re-bet or auto-play features at all, so you’ll have to manually handle every single spin in the game. It’s certainly not a dealbreaker, but both mechanics would have been a good addition to the features we explore below.
Double Bet – A common but very welcome feature, the Double Bet function allows you to easily double all of the wagers you have set across the Roulette table. We always enjoy quality-of-life features like this, which make the entire experience so much smoother.
Save Bet – This is by far our favourite feature in Roulette Silver. As the name very aptly implies, Save Bet allows you to store bet setups that you place on the table. It’s a handy addition and saved us loads of time from switching between different bet setups.
Racetrack – Apart from delivering a different perspective on the Roulette table, the racetrack view opens up a whole new range of betting opportunities. The track is displayed just above the traditional view, so you won’t need to switch any view modes to access it.
Statistics Board – Although it’s a minor addition, the statistics board can go a long way in helping you build your Roulette strategies. Apart from the regular statistics board, Roulette Silver also adds a ‘Hot Numbers’ board which keeps track of the most popular three numbers to hit the reels. We’re all for having more information about the game’s progress which can help us polish our strategies further.
Roulette Silver has a lot going for it, with great functions like the Save Bet feature and Hot Numbers board, although we’d rather have Re-bet and Auto-play mechanics included here too.
But while Roulette Silver could very well be the perfect game for beginners who want to enjoy a casual table game, it just won’t do for high rollers. iSoftBet has limited the game to a maximum bet of €10, which seriously sabotages the big wins you’ll hope to land.
That’s not to say that this isn’t a competent roulette game, it’s just not the type of experience we’re after.
iSoftBet’s Bonus Roulette is all about functionality, adding in all kinds of useful mechanics, including Redo, Undo, Last Bet, Statistics and Re-bet. Although it is missing a racetrack view. It’s similarly aimed at a casual audience, with an identical RTP of 97.3% and a similarly limited maximum bet cap of €10.
Roulette 3D is yet another iSoftBet game, which as the name implies presents a more immersive, 3D roulette table. Mechanics here are similar to Roulette Silver, including the option to make special bets on the racetrack view. It also comes with an identical RTP of 97.3% and a max bet of €10.