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23 August 2012 - 6:52pm

do we need a new review segment???

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recently i've been playing HOYLE CASINO GAMES 2012... it's an annually published set of casino games including blackjack, baccarat, roulette, slots and keno... in this game, the player is given some amount of money to build a fortune in HOYLE CASINO...

i really love this game because it could be an alternative for a gambling entertainment especially when i'm out of weekly gambling budget... but the problem is, this game is getting worse than the previous years' edition, especially 2010 edition...

i tried looking for an alternative for this genre of games (casino simulation) but couldn't find any comparable alternative on the internet... i believe many of you know any games in this category and i think maybe CL can include reviews on this type of games... it's still worth a casino category, huh??? maybe some of us love to play casino simulations but seldom spend their time in the real casinos...

by providing reviews on casino simulations, CL provides an alternative way for us to play for fun instead of opening 'play for fun' account in a real online casino (which might jeopardize our e-mail info)... i really really hope CL can add this review segment in an attempt to make CL better... Smile

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24 August 2012 - 11:53am
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Its a good idea, so thanks for suggesting it. Are you mainly interested in PC games? What about Xbox / PS3 / iPhone / Android etc?

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24 August 2012 - 2:23pm
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I always thought that the games that are sold through software like that are based on the computer or land based slots that already existed.

We have an IGT based game at our local Target and I am pretty sure those games are available online. Are those the types of games you are talking about? If so, then some of those should be available through this site.

Am I thinking of the right thing?

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29 August 2012 - 10:57pm
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I talked to some guy at the land casino who said he had "every" game (can't see how that is possible) from the land casino in his computer at home. He said he found the software at Walmart or KMart, but I could not find anything online.

I would love to get my friend the Wicked Winnings game for Christmas so she can practice up and stay sharp between land casino visits, lol. Of course she might not enjoy it as much without the potential for winning.

The Hoyle game sounds like fun (at least the first editions)! Smile

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29 August 2012 - 11:08pm
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Here is one. I know they have Texas Tea at the land casinos.

http://www.target.com/p/igt-slots-double-pack-pc-mac-software/-/A-142353...

If anyone can find Wicked Winnings, as a software, please DO let me know.

I know they have it as an ap to download, but my friend does not have an iPhone or iPod, etc.

Wicked Winnings downloadable on iTunes:

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/wicked-winnings-ii-by-aristocrat/id445076...

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