The developers of Mars Runner has released Crazy Casino over at the Windows Phone Marketplace. Crazy Casino is a collection of slot and video poker games that become unlocked as you progress through the game an win more coins and tickets.
Tickets are earned as you play to unlock additional slot machines and the more coins you win, the further you progress in reputation or gambler status. There are two video poker games and three slot games.
To read more on Crazy Casino, slip on past the break.
The layout of Crazy Casino has an overview of the machines as the Main Menu. At the top of the screen you have links to the video poker and slot machine games. You also have a daily Lucky Ticket drawing that will appear at the top of the screen. The Lucky Ticket gives you the chance to win additional tickets and coins.
At the bottom of the Main Menu you will see a sound on/off button, your coin and ticket counts, a rate the app button and access to your gambling statistics. From the statistics menu you will see your player name, gambler status, game stats and where you stand on an online leaderboard.
The games are your typical slot and video poker games. You can bet 1-3 coins per game with a payout button that will pull up what each winning hand/combination pays out. Up top you'll see your current coin and ticket count.
To keep you interested in the slots game you have the opportunity to win a chance at bonus or mini games. There are three available and you guessed it, they become unlocked as you earn more tickets.
Crazy Casino is a decent casino app for your Windows Phone. Graphics are nice, sound effects good and the odds of winning don't seem to be that bad. Crazy Casino lacks an addictive quality to make it stand out amongst the hundred or so casino games already on the Marketplace but it is a fun way to pass the time with. Where Full House Poker may set the standard for casino/gambling games, Crazy Casino would make for a nice companion game to give you a break from the Texas Hold 'em tables.
Crazy Casino is a free, ad-supported game that you can find over here at the Windows Phone Marketplace.
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