Monopoly Casino Reviews (Macintosh)
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About This Particular Macintosh (May, 2001)
Monopoly Casino makes me wonder what would happen if someone constructed casinos using game themes from other favorite board games. Can you imagine a casino based on Clue, for instance? You’ve got all your separate rooms for various games; the dealers could be characters from the game…now that’d be lots of fun, playing blackjack in the Conservatory with Colonel Mustard as the dealer! For added excitement, if you started winning too much money from the house, they could send someone in to bop you over the head with a candlestick…well, okay, there are a few kinks to work out. For now, we’ll stick with giving them the Boot in Atlantic City.
Mac Gamer (2001)
For families, Monopoly Casino might not be such a bad buy. It's also, currently, the only gambling package which supports GameRanger for hosting and joining network games, which is a huge plus for anyone looking to take their Poker game online.
Mac Addict (Jul, 2001)
Though the game has potential for casual card players and those looking to brush up on their casino skills, Monopoly Casino lacks the bells and whistles and the sense of spontaneity that keep players playing.
AppleLinks.Com (Apr 26, 2001)
As a simulator, Monopoly Casino does its job; you can gamble without losing (or winning) anything except the thirty bucks you used to buy it. I guess you might want to buy it to practice your gambling system. Some words of advice about systems, tho'; they will either fail, or if you succeed someone will hurt you very, very much. Monopoly Casino has good graphics, but good graphics aren't enough anymore. Good graphics are now a requisite, and so, apparently, is a G3 processor, no matter what the speed.