French Roulette is a variation of the traditional roulette that dates back to the 18th century when it became popular after the French Revolution. Roulette, even though it might look simple, has always been the traditional standard at casino games and is a true symbol of any casino. It is always an entertaining casino game with a good chance for a win.

French Roulette differs from other variations of the roulette. The main difference is the layout of the game table. It should be mentioned that French Roulette most frequently played in the casinos of Monte Carlo.

Just like all the roulette games, this one features a game wheel, a ball, and black and red numbers from 1 to 37. This roulette game has only one zero pocket (American type of the game also has 00). You can bet on any number or the range or numbers, odd or even, black, red or green colors.

French roulette also has an option known as la partage. It means the return of half of the even-money bets in case when the winning number is 0.

The layout of a game table is in French which differs the game from other roulette counterparts.

The game’s overall visual style leaves a good impression on the player. The animations are smooth and the 3D game wheel looks very realistic while spinning. The good sound design adds to this impression. After every spin the result is voiced which feels like you’re in a real casino.

The game window has buttons in the top-right corner which allow you to see the paytable details, toggle the sound effects, see the game rules, set the sound volume, go into fullscreen mode and to exit the game.