Super Caesars Palace (SNES)
|Super Caesars Palace|
- For other games in the series, see Caesars Palace.
Super Caesars Palace is virtually the same exact game as Caesars Palace (GEN) but with only slight differences. You can talk to people (in the USA version) who can give you some advice and there are graphical and sound differences.
In this game, you get the classic casino staples such as Blackjack, Roulette, Slot Machines, and Keno, but there are other games such as Horse Racing, Red Dog, and Baccarat. The game also has "High Roller" areas which you can't enter until you earn a significant amount of money. Unfortunately, the game lacks a save feature, but there is a long password you can obtain once you're done playing.
It is also interesting to note that the pedestrians in the casino are played by the game developers.
Overall, the game can get boring within minutes of playing, and there were already far superior casino games for the SNES such as Vegas Stakes. In Japan, a sequel was released titled Super Casino 2.
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It is surprising that even for 1993 with music by the famous Tommy Tallarico, the game offers only two songs, which adds to the redundant gameplay. You only get one song during the title screen and a song plays when you're walking around the casino. There is no music when you're playing a casino games.
According to Tallarico, Steve Henefin and himself worked on the title music, though Steve started it.
The names in parentheses are the names of the SPC files. The titles haven't been verified by Tallarico yet.
|01||Title Screen (Las Vegas is My Lady!)||Tommy Tallarico, Steve Henifin||Unknown||2:21||Download|
|02||Casino Theme (Wandering the Casino Floor)||Tommy Tallarico||Unknown||1:18||Download|
- Ripper: Slick Mandela, KungFuFurby
- Recorder: Doommaster1994
- Game Credits:
Steve Henifin is only credited for sound sampling in the Genesis version, so Tommy Tallarico most likely composed all of the music, which is why both songs on this page are attributed to Tallarico. Henifin is also misspelled. The game uses Michelle Simon's and Tommy Tallarico's variant of Nintendo's Kankichi-kun sound driver.
The game uses the S-SMP of the SNES. It uses a version of a driver either by Tommy Tallarico or Michelle Simon.
- mobygames.com/game/snes/super-caesars-palace - MobyGames.
- gamefaqs.gamespot.com/snes/588725-super-caesars-palace - GameFAQs.