Ringloto is a toy roulette game, produced in Soviet-era Estonia by the Norma manufacturing company. There were different editions of the game with several variations on the design and typography, but (as far as I can tell) the images shown here mostly match the design of a version produced in 1983.
The outer box features Microgramma set on a circle in both Latin and Cyrillic, for readers of Estonian and Russian, respectively. The instruction booklet’s cover has a similar circular arrangement but with Frankfurter. The instructions are printed in both Estonian and Russian languages, making use of the Latin and Cyrillic components of Zhurnalnaya Roublennaya. A diagram of the playing surface in the booklet mixes small bits and pieces of miscellaneous sans-serifs like Futura, Helvetica, etc. – roughly approximating the actual fold-up plastic surface which is set in Horatio (Letraset’s knockoff of Harry). The roulette spinner uses a narrow sans-serif in the general ballpark of 19th and early-20th century styles like Monotype Grotesque Extra Condensed or other wood type gothics / grotesques, but I haven’t found an exact match yet.