When You Wish You Were In Vegas

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Classic games are classics for a reason, right? Slot machines, your core table games, and roulette are tried, tested and, darn it, still a blast today even though some of them centuries old!

Of course, when you’ve got the addictive Fortnite and its kind to pick from for your gaming pleasure, these timeless choices might seem a little dreary in comparison; but, hey, there’s definitely a time and a place for them in today’s gaming market, so we thought we’d draw your attention to some of the best out there right now.

#1. Clubhouse Games/42 All-Time Classics

This one for the Nintendo DS can’t claim to have a riveting title. Then again, it does the job and tells you exactly what you need to know. Depending on your region you might know it as Clubhouse Games or 42 All-Time Classics, but either way, what you’ve got here is an amazing collection that includes everything from poker and solitaire to darts and bridge.

An oldie but a goody” would be the right expression here since it was released back in the mid-noughties but is still a winner. It’s also a great option if you’re looking to learn the basics before venturing into the wider world of online gaming….

#2. Online Gaming

iGaming, in general, has really come a long way in recent years. The rapid progress made in smartphone technology has meant that very few of us aren’t constantly connected now. This has driven a ridiculous demand for apps, which in turn has alerted the iGaming industry to the true scope of mobile gaming and led to some amazing gaming apps and online options.

You’ve even got sites such as Free Casino Games now, which specialize in guiding users to the best games and deals out there at any given time. The slots are always a fun choice as there are so many themes to select from to really bring the games to life.

#3. Prominence Poker

OK, so when it comes to poker, there are obviously some really serious options out there, but if you’re looking to have a little fun then you can’t do much better than Prominence Poker. Fun avatars and a cartoony aesthetic make this game really very playable. It’s slightly reminiscent of a title such as Mario Tennis, in that it will appeal to those who don’t usually go in for this kind of game as much as it will to the regular players. The little disclaimer advising you that “Any success in Prominence Poker does not imply future success in real money gambling” tells you a lot about the sort of pure entertainment angle that Pipeworks Software has gone for here, and they’ve definitely hit their mark.

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