You pull up to Caesars Palace in a taxi as a big gambler. You are welcomed at the window and informed that you have a $1000 credit with the casino. After the clerk retrieves your chips, you are then set free upon the casino to rake in the MONEY!!!
This is one of the earlier games for Gameboy. This is given away by the black and white graphics, which are a little pixelated, but still not that bad. The games included are the Slot machines, Roulette, Black Jack, Video Poker, and a game similar to Roulette, but it has a bigger wheel. It has little MIDI-tones playing for the background music. It's a good game to pass the time with when you're bored or waiting for a big file to download and you have nothing better to do.
After you get your chips from the clerk, a bird's eye view of the casino comes up, and there is a big white pointer which you can move around. You move the pointer around to choose the game that you wish to play.
At the slot machines, you click the button next to the bet amount to choose which rows you want to bet on, and then you pull the lever and let it spin. Obviously, if one of the rows have all the same thing on it, then you win some money. You can move the cursor to the top of the screen to see the winning amounts.
At the Roulette table, you take your money and place it on what you think the wheel is going to land on. The bigger game that is similar to Roulette is played just like Roulette. You place a bet on what you think the wheel is going to land on, and if it lands on that value, then you win.
At the card table, you can play Black Jack, or 21 as some people like to call it. You place you bet and deal the cards. Obviously you want to get as close as you can to 21 without going over. If you win, then you win, and if you lose, you lose. No special rules for this one.
Last but not least you have video poker. It's no different than what you used to play in the gas stations. You bet and play and hope the cards that you want come up. By the way, when you are playing Black Jack, Roulette, or the BIG roulette, and all you have are $100 chips, you can pick one of those up and drag it to one of the other columns to get smaller chips.
|A Button||Clicks the Cursor|
|B Button||Shows your Total Earnings|
|Start Button||No function|
|Select Button||Backs out of the Game which you are in|