Content supplier Realistic Games unveiled their first 3D table game: Realistic Roulette. Unlike their American Roulette, Realistic Roulette gives players a full environment to explore while playing.
The game was created with the latest WebGL to allow players to look around the environment and change their view of the game at hand. Realistic Roulette also uses real life land-based ball spins to help increase the realism.
Robert Lee, commercial director of Realistic Games:
“As we have seen with slots, customers are attracted to a quality product which has been thoughtfully put together and contains innovative features. Realistic Roulette is a high-end table game that is unlike anything else on the market. More experienced players will love its authenticity, whilst the younger generation will appreciate its top-quality graphics, sound, and animation. We’re delighted to have been able to harness the latest technology to produce something truly unique and give our operating partners a genuine point of difference when it comes to this very important part of their product portfolio."
Interestingly, Realistic Games’ recent Black Ice video slots game seems to be a retrospective proof-of-concept in preparation of Realistic Roulette. Black Ice was released back in May as Realistic Games’ first overall 3D game.
Robert Lee, at the time, remained tight-lipped about the future of 3D games at Realistic Games, but expressed optimism for seeing more 3D in the future.
“Black Ice is our first 3D slot and we are very excited to bring this new development to our operating partners. We can’t wait to see how players will react. This latest technology is fantastic and has allowed us to deliver an experience unlike any other game currently on the market. This is another exciting and positive step for us as we continue to grow, and we are confident that Black Ice will add another dimension to our expanding portfolio.”
Black Ice, similar to Realistic Roulette, featured the ability for players to change their perspective of playing. The similarly 3D based environment seems to have been a stepping off point for Realistic to show that Realistic Roulette would be a realistic ambition. As advertised by Realistic Games, Realistic Roulette has all the above features, as well as La Partage rule and a return to player between 97.30% and 98.65%.
Stated above, the thing that sets Realistic Roulette apart from other 3D roulette games found online is the full environment created that players can pan the camera around and change their perspective of the game. Realistic Roulette is available for computers, mobile devices, and tablets.
Realistic Games is a UK based company, headquartered in Reading. The company was founded in 2002, providing content for big names like bet365 and Ladbrokes. They started creating games in HTML5 for mobile casinos in 2011, eventually remaking older games in the new code to optimize older games for mobile platforms. Realistic Roulette is their first game to be created with WebGL instead of HTML5 or Flash.
Realistic Games slowly built their resume to provide games for the largest mainstays of the industry, such as Netbet, Paddy Power Betfair, William Hill, Gala Coral, Gala Bingo, and GVC Holdings (which recently announced a deal with MGM Resorts to bring some of those games to MGM’s US markets).