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The top casino games for Nintendo Gamers

 

As a Nintendo fan, you have enjoyed hundreds of types of games and probably been a fan of the early games like Donkey Kong, Super Mario Bros, and Excitebike.

They have a completely different look and feel from the modern games we play now because graphics have come so far. Now games are realistic looking, highly polished – and yet they hold that Nintendo charm.

Nintendo games are some of the most versatile, and that is why fans of Nintendo will enjoy casino games at the best sites.

Here are some that you should check out!

Video Poker at Ace’s Casino 

If you love to play poker, then, of course, this is going to be the ideal Nintendo game for you. While it doesn’t have the delights of slots, blackjack, or any other casino games, you get more poker than you can shake a controller at.

Since this one can be played on the Switch, it makes it feel pretty close to playing your favorite type of poker on your mobile.

There are three ways to play poker with this one: See the Sea, Old School, and Dem’ Bonez. Each game has its own look and feel, but the chances are you’ll find a favorite and stick with it.

Golden Nugget 64

There is a reason that Golden Nugget might sound familiar, and it is that it’s an actual casino in Vegas. The game is based on the super popular vegas casino and is available on the Nintendo 64.

So if you ever needed a reason to buy some retro consoles, this might just be it.

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What makes Golden Nugget 64 a must-play is that it has a huge feast of mini-games and is single or multiplayer.

Here is what you’ll find in-game:

  • Video poker
  • Slots
  • Roulette
  • Mini-baccarat
  • Five-card draw
  • Craps
  • Blackjack
  • Big Six money wheel
  • Seven-card stud

You can’t get the game on the Nintendo online store anymore, but you can find it in game stores, eBay and Amazon.

Caesars Palace

Just like the last entry of must-play games for those who love casinos and Nintendos, Caesars Palace is based on the world-famous casino in Vegas. Caesars Palace was only available on the NES and Game Boy and was released in 1991.

You can play:

  • Roulette
  • Blackjack
  • Video poker
  • Big Six/Wheel of Fortune
  • Slots

With this one, you don’t have a save feature – so if you have a jackpot in accumulation and turn the game off, you’ll need to start over. The more money you win in the game, the bigger and better the car you will leave the casino in.

Vegas Party

A much newer game than the two above, Vegas Party was released in 2018 and can be played on the Switch. Again it gives the feel of playing at an online casino since the Switch is portable.

Vegas Party is a little more forward when it comes to features, too – you have a range of 8 characters that you can choose to be, including two players that look like they belong in a casino. One character that looks like it is just out of a James Bond movie, and a red-dress-clad blonde that gives the glam of the casino vibe.

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With a huge 18 environments and 17 casinos to choose from, between 1 and 4 players can enjoy some of these games:

  • Bingo
  • Texas Hold’Em
  • Roulette
  • Baccarat

Each of the gaming modes you can choose from has its own spice to add to the game, and you might just find yourself in the middle of a natural disaster!

Vegas Stakes

Going back in time with this one again, Vegas Stakes is available on the NES and the Game Boy. While most other casino games are set and start in the casino, Vegas Stakes adds more to the story.

You start in a car on the way to Vegas, and somewhat reminiscent of the movie Hangover, there are four friends in the car, all with their own reasons for wanting to win it big.

Each of your buddies and you have a $1000 budget – and your goal is to get $10 million and not go bust! You can play any of the games in the casino in order to win it big. Here are a couple of the games you have access to:

  • Slot machines
  • Roulette
  • Poker
  • Blackjack
  • Craps

If you reach $0, then it is game over – just like in a real casino. What makes this game more enjoyable is that you can interact with some of the other patrons of the casino and with the buddies that you had with you.

The Four Kings Casino and Slots

A recent release in 2020 on the Switch, The Four Kings Casino and Slots allows you to customize your player and head to a casino that is packed with online real online gamers. Unlike playing on your mobile, you won’t win any of the cash on the screen, though.

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The Four Kings Casino and Slots has plenty of games, including:

  • Slots
  • Video poker
  • Roulette
  • Blackjack
  • Texas Hold’em

It feels like a virtual casino in every way – aside from the money that you win, it won’t be making its way to your bank account. Another reason that The Four Kings Casino and Slots game is great is that for those who have always wanted to play at an online casino – but were worried about their skill level – this is the perfect place to learn!

There are so many options for Nintendo lovers to get a little of the casino excitement in their gaming, no matter if you love the retro games or modern Switch options.