First Person Lightning Roulette
Released on July 11, 2019, by its developer Evolution Gaming; First Person Lightning Roulette, a casino game with an optional live feature, is a cross between Lightning Roulette (April 2018) and First Person Roulette (October 2018).
First Person Lightning Roulette is in the First Person gaming line, which also includes: First Person Blackjack (February 2018), First Person Baccarat (May 2020), First Person Football Studio (May 2020), First Person Mega Ball (April 2020), First Person American Roulette, First Person Dream Catcher (July 2019), First Person Craps (October 2020), and First Person Dragon Tiger (May 2020).
First Person Lightning Roulette Game Characteristics
First Person Lightning Roulette’s title is partly borrowed from its feature—multiplier-triggering lightning bolts. Players may be requested to enter full screen mode after loading an off white-and-caramel brown interface, where the roulette wheel is to the left of the roulette that, in turn, is below a racetrack and above casino tokens lined along the bottom center. The golden-and-gray “spin” icon is at bottom right.
Positioned between the undo and “2X” icons, the multicolored casino tokens are: $0.10, $0.50, $1, $5, $25, and $100.
An audio prompts the First Person Lightning Roulette players to place bets on a close-up of the roulette table whose numbers 0 to 36 allows these bet options: 1-18/19-36, red or black, odd or even, 1st 12, 2nd 12, 3nd 12; straight up, split, street, corner, line, and column. The racetracks bet options: Tier, Orphelins, Voisins, or Zero.
First Person Lightning Roulette’s minimum bet is $0.10, but different maximum bets. Straight up: $500.00 maximum bet. Split: $1000.00 maximum bet. Street: $1500.00 maximum bet. Corner: $2000.00 maximum bet line. Line: $3000.00 maximum bet. Column, or dozen: $6000.00 maximum bet. 1-18/19-36, or Even/Odd, or Black/Red: $10000.00 maximum bet.
First Person Lightning Roulette’s payouts: straight up pays 29-499:1; split pays 17:1; street pays 11:1; corner pays 8:1; line pays 5:1; column, or dozen pays 2:1; and red/black, odd/even, or 1-18/19-36 pays 1:1.
First Person Lightning Roulette’s climax is the up to five numbers—the roulette ball may land on them—that are chosen at random and engulfed by lightning before revealing bet multipliers that can reach 500X. First Person Lightning Roulette’s highest win is $250000.00.
The First Person Lightning Roulette software features: blue “Go Live” icon, where players can activate a live dealer; a “speed” icon with fast or normal speed options, and 30-minute-long or 60-minute-long game reminder whose pop-up message is accompanied by “stop/continue playing” prompts; game-pausing inactivity; and adjustable volume levels for the dealer’s voice, music, game sounds.
Autoplay options: 5, 10, 25, 50, or 100 rounds. There are game history and account history too. Sounds and effects: white noise, ring, chink crackle, swish, and rattle. The animated 3D graphics include: live commentary, glow, virtual gameplay with different camera angles, pillared digital studio, and lightning strikes.
Luck in First Person Lightning Roulette
First Person Lightning Roulette is a game of chance—it uses a random number generator—with two sets of RTP rates. A straight up’s RTP rate is 97.10%, while its house edge is 2.90%. The other bet options have a uniform 97.30% RTP rate, where the house edge is 2.70%.
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