Caesars Palace (GEN)
- For other games in the series, see Caesars Palace.
Caesars Palace is a gambling game based on the popular casino in Las Vegas. It was later released for the SNES under the name Super Caesars Palace (SNES), but the only major changes were the sound and you could talk to people standing around the casino. The game gives you a wide range of casino games to choose from, but the game becomes repetitive and boring rather quickly. You can use a 16-character password to continue where you left off, but there's no limit. The only redeeming factor about having a lot of money is that you can go into the "high-roller" areas which have increased betting limits.
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The game really lacks in the audio department. There are only two songs in the game and there is no music and barely any sound effects when you're playing a game. The only music you will hear is at the title screen and when you're walking around the casino. The music was composed by the famous Tommy Tallarico. He created MIDI files and converted them to GEMS.
The Casino Theme sounds identical to Playin' da Blues from Cool Spot (GEN), which was also composed by Tommy Tallarico. Though Henefin is specifically credited for sound sampling, the title screen music sounds similar to the Wall Tune he wrote from Cool Spot (GEN).
|01||Title Screen||Tommy Tallarico, Steve Henifin||2:18||Download|
|02||Casino Theme||Tommy Tallarico||1:14||Download|
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