DoubleRoll is a modern Turbo prototype of a legendary roulette. One of the theories that lies behind roulette is that the inventor of the roulette prototype is Blaise Pascal, who developed a perpetual motion machine and presented a primitive form of roulette as a variation of such an engine. The idea of a perpetual motion engine fully correlates with the DoubleRoll game powered by Turbo.
It looks like an endless spinning line with 14 sectors of red and black colours and a 15th green sector, “zero”. The players can bet on the sector the index finger will point to: red, black or green. By pressing the button “Place a bet”, the Turbo machine launches the ball over the roulette line and, in some seconds, falls on one of the sectors. Winnings are received by everyone whose bet on color has been played.
All the bettors are divided into 3 teams, and after placing the bet, every player sees what team they belong to and cheer for correspondingly. This feature indicates that the level of engagement is quite high in this game. Moreover, there is a very cool sound in the background that reminds the noise of a croudy casino where life rages.