Caesars Palace (correctly spelled without apostrophe) is a line of casino games based on the popular ancient Rome-themed Las Vegas casino. The games mainly include casino games such as Blackjack, roulette, and several other popular casino games. While most of the games don't have an ending, some require you to earn a significant amount of money to complete the game. The game Vegas Stakes features a parody of Caesars Palace titled Laurel Palace.
Caesars Palace (8-bit Versions)
The first Caesars Palace game allows the player to use a cursor to move around the casino floor. There are only five games available; Blackjack, Video Poker, Roulette, Slot Machines, and the Big Six (also known as the Wheel of Fortune). The player can... interestingly use the bathroom if they wish. The game was originally developed and released for the Game Boy by Virgin Games (originally released under their Arcadia Systems label, and later by Virgin themselves) while the NES version was converted from the Game Boy version by Realtime Associates.
Caesars Palace (16-bit Versions)
The 16-bit versions of Caesars Palace allow the player to walk around the titular casino and, exclusive to the North American SNES version, talk to various patrons around the casino who give advice. All the games are played against the dealer only. Most of the 16-bit versions were developed by the Illusions Gaming Company, while the game was ported to the Game Gear by England-based Teeny Weeny Games. Some of the games include Blackjack, Red Dog, Baccarat, Video Poker, Slot Machines, Keno, Roulette, and even Horse Racing. In addition, the player can buy scratchcards from the ATM. The game also allows the player to save their progress via a password. The player can later enter high-roller areas once they've accumulated enough cash.
In Japan, Super Caesars Palace for the SNES received the subtitle Super Casino, and a Japan-exclusive sequel was released. Therefore, it is counted as one of the games in the series.
Caesars Palace (32-bit Versions)
Caesars Palace II
While both versions of Caesars Palace II were developed by England-based developer Runecraft, they both play differently in the way games are selected; In the PlayStation version, the player selects a game via the main menu, whereas in the Game Boy Color version, the player controls an unnamed male character to walk around the casino (ala Super Caesars Palace).
Caesars Palace 2000: Millennium Gold Edition
Notable Audio Personnel
- caesarspalace.com - Official.
- mobygames.com/group/3484/caesars-palace-licensees/ - MobyGames.