Caesar's Palace review - Nintendo Gameboy
Here's the opportunity to have Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas in the palm of your hand, and you don't have to throw away massive amounts of money to quell that gambling hunger! This Gameboy cartridge is officially licensed from the best gambling den in the world and features many of the games played inside its hallowed halls, albeit in a digital form.
The aim of the game is simply to make money by participating in numerous gambling-related games. These range from one-armed bandits (there's lots of different sorts, so you can place a stake up to $100 in some, whilst the lower stake machines will only sting you to the tune of $1!), roulette wheels and card games.
You start the game with $1000, but you need to leave Caesar's Palace with $1,000,000 in order to break the bank and finish the game!
What the Mean Machines staff thought
I first played this on a plane journey to Chicago, and got so engrossed the hours simply whizzed by! The blackjack game is superb on its own - but there are a whole load of fruit machines, poker machines, a wheel of fortune AND roulette tables too! Caesar's Palace is an unusual, unbelievably addictive game - if you think gambling games are a waste of time, try this out and see just how wrong you are.
Computer gambling games are usually pointless, simply because your winnings aren't transferred into real money! However, Caesar's Palace is so well presented and the games are so frustratingly addictive, you'll be at it for ages, and it's certainly a lot more refreshing than the bog standard platform gams we tend to get on the Gameboy.
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