DescriptionLas Vegas Super Casino is a collection of separate, but linked, casino games.
The collection consists of Baccarat, Blackjack, Craps, Keno, Roulette, Slot Machines, and Video Poker. These are all installed as separate games which means the player has to exit one and select the next from the Windows START menu, however the player's cache of winnings is transferred from one game to the next.
If the player runs out of money there's an ATM machine that will give them more.
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- "Las Vegas Super Casino Plus" -- Used circa 2000-2003 when Craps was added to the collection
- "Las Vegas Super Casino 2004" -- Used in 2004 to describe Version 6.0
- "Las Vegas Super Casino 2003" -- Used for a short time when version 6.0 was released
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Game HistoryThis game has been around in various guises and forms for a while, 1995 is the earliest copyright date found. It was licenced to Cosmi and appears in their archived web pages as early as 1997. This release contained just Baccarat, Blackjack, Keno, Slot Machines and Video Poker; Craps and Roulette were not included. Sometime around 2000 Cosmi released a version that included Craps and called that version Las Vegas Super Casino Plus but by 2003 their website had resumed calling the game just Las Vegas Super Casino.
On the LVSuperCasino.com website the earliest recorded version is in 1999, it contained "blackjack, craps, video poker, slots, keno and more..." but does not say just what 'more...' means. Since v1.4 of Baccarat has been dated as 1998 it's likely that this was also included. The game remained stable until June 2003 when version 6.0 was released, this consisted of Blackjack, Craps, Keno, Roulette, Slot Machines and Video Poker; Baccarat was no longer included. This version was known on the LVSuperCasino.com website as both "Las Vegas Super Casino 2003" and "Las Vegas Super Casino 2004" before the year suffix was eventually dropped and the game reverted to its original title.
In the UK the game was included in Idigicon's PC Variety Pack of 2008, this version included version 6.0a of Blackjack, Craps, Keno, Roulette, Slot Machines and Video Poker, and version 1.4 of Baccarat.