Casino Kid

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Casino Kid
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Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
Sofel
Sofel
Casino
NES Cartridge
NES Controller
Family Computer and NES
Retail Features
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CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
Nintendo Entertainment System
June 1989
Japan Japanese Release Date(s)
Family Computer
January 61989
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Casino Kid is a video game on the Nintendo Entertainment System platform released in 1989. It was published and developed by Sofel. In Japan, it was released as 100 Man Dollar Kid: Maboroshi no Teiou Hen.

The game takes place in the fictional town of Lost Wages (a pun on the real city of Las Vegas, Nevada) where the object is to earn lots of money and to defeat the evil King of the Casino. Games at the casino include blackjack and five-card draw poker. In the Japanese version, it was possible to travel to other casinos like New York City and Japan for a substantial airfare cost.


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The Prince of Othello,spin off Casino Kid,was developed by Sofel for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1990,but it was canceled and never commercially released.With a gameplay similar to Casino Kid,the main character challenges against the 6 top players of othello around the world.

Casino Kid 2 is the sequel to Casino Kid, released in 1992 and released by the same company. In Casino Kid 2, the Casino Kid, after having defeated the top players in Las Vegas, is issued a challenge by the top gamblers around the world. The matches are organized by a mysterious leader, and to unveil the leader, the Casino Kid must defeat nine opponents from around the world in the games of roulette, poker, and blackjack. Gameplay in Casino Kid 2 is identical to the gameplay in the original Casino Kid.

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