Hit the Multipliers Playing Pinball Roulette

If you enjoy playing on old-fashioned pinball machines, but you also like playing European Roulette, then the arcade game Pinball Roulette is the perfect combinations for you.

At first glance the game looks much like a standard version of European Roulette, you will see the standard betting area, where you can bet on reds, blacks, streets, columns and so on. It even offers all of the neighbour bets along the bottom of the screen.

However, once you have placed your bets, the fun really begins. You are taken to a separate screen where instead of seeing a roulette wheel, you will see a pinball machine and at the bottom all the numbers from the roulette wheel are scrolling past. The ball is shot into the machine and after bouncing around for a bit, it will land in one of the numbered pockets scrolling past to pick the winning number.

If the ball lands in a winning pocket then you have the chance to have even more fun, as there is a gamble bonus game. If you choose to play the gamble game then you can significantly increase your payout by winning multipliers of up to 10x. The ball is launched into a bonus pinball machine that has special multiplier stars, as long as you hit one of them you will win a multiplier. However, if you don’t hit any of them then you will lose all your winnings.

The only important thing to remember is that this game does require some knowledge of the standard Roulette bets. You can find information about them in the game’s help section, or look up a roulette tutorial online. There are many different types of roulette bet and by using them together, you can develop your own betting strategy that is suitable for your style of play.

Pinball Roulette is a really enjoyable take on the traditional game of roulette and is sure to provide you with hours of fun. If you are yet to give it a try, make sure you do so today, and you are sure to be having fun in no time at all.

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