Casino

10.000

10.000

Exelvision EXL 100 - Released - 1986

Translation of the back cover: Game of dice Find the fierce atmosphere of the dice games by opposing the EXL 100 or an opponent. Do not hesitate to bet on the outcome of the game, but know how to count your points before losing the hand.

10k

Commodore 64 - Released - 2009

10k is a German language turn-based dice game created by Moritz Weissbrich for the 2nd 4k BASIC Compo in 2009. It has up to 255 players: http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=21746&d=45&h=0

15 Solitaire

Commodore 64 - Released - 1994

You want to find a pile of cards of the same suit that add up to 15, so they'll then be removed, but you can't use 10 or face cards, which have to be removed all at once. Published in COMPUTE!'s Gazette 1994/07, which was a "Disk Only" release and not part of any magazine.

16 Zhang Mahjong II

16 Zhang Mahjong II

Sega Genesis - Unlicensed - 1993

Unlicensed pornographic mahjong game for the Sega Mega Drive. It is the sequel to 16 Zhang Mahjong.

17 + 4

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

17 + 4 is a Card game, developed by HLC and published by Amiga Special, which was released in Europe in 1991.

17+4

17+4

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

17+4 (or 17 und 4) is the German name for the English card game blackjack. This version was developed in 1991 by Manfred Scholz and published in the January '92 issue of 64'er magazine.

21

Commodore 64 - Released

This is a computerized version of the card game 21 (also known as Blackjack). It was developed by Scott Hossner. The year of release and publisher is currently unknown.

21

21

Arcade - Released - June 1, 1976

21 is a blackjack game. The usual rules apply. Players receive cards and try to reach a value of 21 or as close as possible without going bust. They play against the bank, with up to four players. Players earn a bonus hand and extra chips when they reach 21 with 2 cards, and when having less than 21 with five cards.

21 Card Games

21 Card Games

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - July 28, 2006

Pull up a chair and deal yourself in for a collection of 21 of the most popular card games all in one. 21 Card Games has something for everyone--edge of your seat action with poker, luck and skill with blackjack or the relaxation of a round of patience--plus many, many more. Choose from 50 character portraits and select your game among the wide variety available. Gohead to head with the dealer - or play against skilled opponents--21 card games will give everyone from novices to professionals hours of endless fun.

21: Blackjack

21: Blackjack

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

A blackjack game developed by Timothy Orr Knight, and Darren LaBatt, and published as a type in by Howard W. Sams & Co., Inc. in their book "Commodore 64 BASIC Programs"

21-en

MS-DOS - 1991

21-en is a known card game, which is played regularly by many. There are several versions of the rules in use. This program uses the most general rules, which will be familiar to almost everyone. In the game there are 52 playing cards. An ace is 1 or 11 points, king, queen and jack are 10 points and the cards 2 through 10 are 2 through 10 points. The objective is to get as close as possible to 21 without exceeding 21. Both players start with two cards. Each player may ask as many cards as she likes. The player with the most points without exceeding 21 wins.

2-9 Spot Keno

2-9 Spot Keno

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

A computerized Keno game designed by Larry Hatch and published by Reston Publishing Company, Inc. as a type-in in their book "25 Advanced Games for the Commodore 64".

3 Card High Low Poker

MS-DOS - Homebrew - 1986

This game is played with only 3 cards, no draw. The Dealer calls High or Low and deals the cards. If you have a hand you think can beat the others, put it in the middle, and the best hand wins. If no one puts their cards out there, the dealer wins. If the game is High, a pair of Aces beats a pair of Jacks, and a King, Ten, Nine beats a Queen, Ten, Nine. Three of a kind will beat any pair. If the game is Low, a One, Two, Three is the best possible hand. A Six, Five, Three beats a Seven, Five, Three, and a Nine, Six, Ace beats a Nine, Six, Deuce.

3 in 1: Solitaire Mahjong & Tangram

3 in 1: Solitaire Mahjong & Tangram

Nintendo DS - November 26, 2010

3D Cosplay Mahjong

Arcade - Released - 2013

3D Cosplay Mahjong was released in February 2013.

3Peak x 10Lines

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 2015

3Peak x 10Lines is a solitaire card game developed by Gary Lake-Schaal for the 2015 BASIC Tenliners competition

3-Reel Slots

3-Reel Slots

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

A slot machine game written in BASIC by Larry Hatch for the C64. Originally a type-in from the book "25 Advanced Games for the Commodore 64" / no definite name, called "BANDIT" in the book, and published by Reston Publishing Company, Inc.

4 Queens Computer Casino

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

4 Queens Computer Casino is a virtual casino offering 12 different classic casino games: Video Blackjack, Video Keno, Video Poker, Baccarat, Craps, Roulette, Blackjack, Red Dog, Super Pan 9, Fruits, Bars and Bars & Seven. The game supports from 1 to 4 human players.

421

421

ColecoVision - Homebrew - 2002

Play starts with the first player rolling the dice and then making a hand. The player can roll again to better his hand but if he only rolls once, all other players following only get one roll to make a hand. The player at the end of the round with the best hand gets a point. Typically this game is played 10 rounds and the highest score at the end wins. Hands rank as follows: 4-2-1 (Scores double on first roll) Three of a kind 6-6-6 highest to 1-1-1 lowest Two of a kind plus a backer 6-6-5 highest to 1-1-2 lowest no matches 4-5-6 highest to 1-2-3 lowest

5 in 1 Solitaire

5 in 1 Solitaire

Nintendo Wii - Released - February 1, 2010

Now you can play five of the most popular solitaire games on your Wii console! Now you can play five of the most popular solitaire games on your Wii console! 5 in 1 Solitaire features the always popular Klondike, Spider and FreeCell games as well as the unique Golf and Gaps versions of solitaire. Each of these versions has a unique gameplay style that is easy enough for any novice player to enjoy, but will also challenge the expert solitaire player. You’ll also be able to view tutorials for each game as well as track your scores and gaming stats to see your progress. See how fast you can...

50 Lions

Arcade - Released - 2002

A 5 reel video slot machine with an African theme. 50 Lions was released in October 2002. It was the first of the 50 line games. All pays are left to right including scatters. Diamond appears on reels 2, 3, 4 and 5 and substitutes for all symbols except scatters. Feature : Spin up 3 scattered Proteas to trigger the feature. An additional 5 free games can be won once during the feature, giving the player a maximum of 15 free games. If the Proteas are spun up more than once in the free games, only the scatter win is paid. During the free games, one wild Diamond is progressively...

9 Poker

MS-DOS - 1990

9 Poker game, the player must control the computer with three people against, winning the bet. When the winning stake accumulated to a certain extent, there will be comic beauty, but not very good-looking. Computer-controlled players, because the card type of good and bad have different expressions, fairly interesting. But the probability of repeated high licensing, playing a long time will be very tired.

Accordion

MS-DOS - Released - February 1, 1990

In this solitaire game, cards are laid out in a row. The object of the game is to pile all of the cards on top of one another. You can move a card or pile of cards either one or two spaces to the left when the card you are placing it on matches its suit or value. As cards are moved to the left, new cards are dealt onto the right side of the row from the deck. This implementation of the game allows the player to choose from a starting row of thirteen, ten or seven cards, and it also keeps track of ten high scores.

Accordion

Commodore 64 - Released - 2000

A computerized version of the popular solitaire card game of the same name, developed by Maurice Jones and published by J & F Publishing, Inc. in the disk magazine Loadstar. Issue #196.

Aces High

Aces High

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

More Games for Your Commodore 64.

Aces Up

Aces Up

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

Aces up also known as Idiot's Delight, Once in a Lifetime, Ace of the Pile, Rocket to the Top, Firing Squad, Loser Solitaire, Aces High, Drivel and "Leggen" is a solitaire card game. Released in Loadstar #046.

Aces Up

Commodore 64 - Released - 1994

Aces Up is a solitaire game. A row of cards is dealt, then any of them can be moved to the waste pile if the value of the card is lower than the other cards of the same kind. This gets repeated in the next round. To win, four aces must be the top cards. The game also offers alternative playmodes. Published in Loadstar #124.

Acey Ducey

Acey Ducey

Commodore 64 - Released - 1978

BASIC Computer Games - Microcomputer Edition.

Ad Lib Ouji: ...to Fuyukai na Nakamatachi!?

Ad Lib Ouji: ...to Fuyukai na Nakamatachi!?

Sony Playstation - Released - December 19, 2002

Drawn from a popular Japanese manga serial, Adlib Prince follows the story of a pachinko player named Oji who aspires to become the best shooter in all of Japan. As part of Oji's daily routine, players visit pachinko parlors with the aim of ranking highest in score against other participants. Ardent rivals throw out challenges and Oji must accept them to keep his standing as a top-tier pachinko cat

Adult Poker

Adult Poker

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

This strip poker game features 4 women (including a former Miss Germany), each consisting of 5 scanned photos. The game is accompanied by an intro and outro tune.

Advanced Blackjack

Advanced Blackjack

Apple II - Released - 1983

Advanced Blackjack is a Blackjack game developed by MUSE software, who developed the famous Wolfenstein series. The game is a standard blackjack game utilizing Apple's high resolution graphics mode.

Advanced Fruit Machine Simulator

Advanced Fruit Machine Simulator

Atari ST

It's not a mega thrilling 3D shooter, but it does what it says on the box! This game was released on nearly every popular computer at the time, but it's good to see that it hasn't lost the fun on the port to the Amiga. It is a game for 1 - 4 players. Each player is given £1.50 stake money which is represented as a series of coins. These coins are fed into the machine by pressing the appropriate action key, zero feeds in £1 for example. Once the machine has been fed all the player has to do is spin the reels and see what happens. When a winning combination appears the game offers the chance to...

Advanced Fruit Machine Simulator

Advanced Fruit Machine Simulator

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

It's not a mega thrilling 3D shooter, but it does what it says on the box! This game was released on nearly every popular computer at the time, but it's good to see that it hasn't lost the fun on the port to the Amiga. It is a game for 1 - 4 players. Each player is given £1.50 stake money which is represented as a series of coins. These coins are fed into the machine by pressing the appropriate action key, zero feeds in £1 for example. Once the machine has been fed all the player has to do is spin the reels and see what happens. When a winning combination appears the game offers the chance...

Agnes

Commodore 64 - Released - 1998

A solitaire card game released in 1998 as part of Issue #166 of LoadStar disk magazine

Amarillo Slim Dealer's Choice

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

Amarillo Slim Dealer's Choice is a poker simulation featuring several game variations, including 5, 6 or 7 Stud, Mexican, Hold 'em and Forty-Four. Other game features include high score table, save/restore feature, embedded help/rules, statistics, and multiplayer support. The tutor feature allows to calculate the change of improving the hand for the next card at any time.

American Dream

American Dream

Nintendo Entertainment System - September 23, 1989

The player must earn money in order to become the wealthiest gambler in the world. The game, set in New York City, is considered a spin-off from the Pachio-kun franchise. Roads, taxis and automobiles are not portrayed in the game. However, a black limousine that escorts the player from the air force base to the final casino is portrayed as driving on grass. This is in direct opposition to the real New York City where the majority of the surface is concrete (either as roads, parking lots, or as foundations for the buildings). Only parks and some older residential districts use grass in their...

American Music Poker

Arcade - Released - 1987

This Is An Arcade Poker Fruit Machine

American Poker

American Poker

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1993

American Poker is an enhanced conversion of a classic gambling coin-op machine poker game. The game features two modes: gambling and fun. Gambling mode is a standard poker game against computer. The player makes a bet, chooses the cards and gets rewarded for collecting one of the winning layouts. After winning the game the player participates in a game of chance, guessing the hidden cards. Fun mode is expanded by an additional option - the possibility of buying 54 pieces of a picture of a naked woman. The price of one piece depends on the chosen difficulty level. The game features digitized...

American Poker II

Arcade - 1994

This Is An Arcade Poker Fruit Machine

Americana

Arcade - Released - 1987

A video poker game developed and published by Merit Industries in 1987.

Amiga Poker

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988

Amiga Poker is a Cards game, developed and published by L&W Computer, which was released in Europe in 1988.

Amstrad Shuffle

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1986

Amuse

Arcade - 1982

Publisher: Greyhound Electronics Year: 1982 Category: Casino A gambling game with five games to choose from. Poker, Blackjack, Horse Racing, Craps and Slots.

Ancient Atlantis

Arcade - 2002

Animal Bonus

Arcade - 2003

Animal Bonus Nudge

Arcade - Released - 2003

Animal Treasure Hunt

Arcade - 2003

Ante-Up at The Friday Night Poker Club

Ante-Up at The Friday Night Poker Club

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

Ante-Up at the Friday Night Poker Club is a your chance to play against four computer players in four different Poker games. You can choose whether you play a variety of games or stick to just the game(s) you want to play. The game modes available are: 5 Card Stud, 5 Card Draw, 7 Card Stud, and Texas Hold 'em. This game also offers a tutorial/lesson mode where the Captain will teach you the basics and different aspects of the game while you play. Again, you can get tutored in a variety of game mode or learn just the game you want. The game presents a top down view and has full card graphics as...

Antony and Cleopatra

Arcade - 2004

Anyone for Cards?

Windows 3.X - Released - 1994

While in Arizona, USA you enter the house of 65 years old Reynold and Viola and meet 18 characters who also came here for some reason. The reason is to play a one of 12 card games - Cribbage, Gin, Hearts, Spades, 31, 99, Whist, Pinochle, George, Oh Hell, Euchre, Crazy Eights. Each visitor has different levels of skills in different games, but is capable to play any of the games. Choosing the participants of the game you begin to play. During the gameplay the sorting by Rank and by Suit is available, each player may talk to you, or you may even learn the rules of each game. In options...

Apparel Night

Arcade - Released - 1986

A mahjong game with a sex theme, Apparel Night was produced by Central Denshi in 1986. Central Denshi released only 1 different machine under this trade name.

Apple 10

Arcade - Released - January 1, 1998

A gambling/casino game released by Sandii' on Janurary 1, 1998

Apple 21

Apple 21

Apple II - Released

Arcade Fruit Machine

Arcade Fruit Machine

Atari 800 - 1990

A fruit machine simulator, released fairly late in the atari 8 bits life.

Arcade Fruit Machine

Arcade Fruit Machine

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

Simulation of slot machine. Player throws several coins in the slot and begins his career. During the improvement of his skill player completes CASH'n'GRAB feature, where he must collect numbers chosen during gambling to complete all letters. Completing this feature, player is allowed to choose one from three bonuses (Pick a Win, Fruit Step, Win Spins) or three misses (Skill Stop, Cash Pot, Hudge Pot). Also he tries to complete CASH RUN feature. During every steps of gambling player can cancel gambling or collect feature. Finishing the career player updates his bank (in UK pounds).

Arcade Fruit Machine

Arcade Fruit Machine

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1989

Simulation of slot machine. Player throws several coins in the slot and begins his career. During the improvement of his skill player completes CASH'n'GRAB feature, where he must collect numbers chosen during gambling to complete all letters. Completing this feature, player is allowed to choose one from three bonuses (Pick a Win, Fruit Step, Win Spins) or three misses (Skill Stop, Cash Pot, Hudge Pot). Also he tries to complete CASH RUN feature. During every steps of gambling player can cancel gambling or collect feature. Finishing the career player updates his bank (in UK pounds).

Arcade Fruit Machine

Arcade Fruit Machine

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

Simulation of slot machine. Player throws several coins in the slot and begins his career. During the improvement of his skill player completes CASH'n'GRAB feature, where he must collect numbers chosen during gambling to complete all letters. Completing this feature, player is allowed to choose one from three bonuses (Pick a Win, Fruit Step, Win Spins) or three misses (Skill Stop, Cash Pot, Hudge Pot). Also he tries to complete CASH RUN feature. During every steps of gambling player can cancel gambling or collect feature. Finishing the career player updates his bank (in UK pounds).

Arcade Fruit Machine

Arcade Fruit Machine

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

Simulation of slot machine. Player throws several coins in the slot and begins his career. During the improvement of his skill player completes CASH'n'GRAB feature, where he must collect numbers chosen during gambling to complete all letters. Completing this feature, player is allowed to choose one from three bonuses (Pick a Win, Fruit Step, Win Spins) or three misses (Skill Stop, Cash Pot, Hudge Pot). Also he tries to complete CASH RUN feature. During every steps of gambling player can cancel gambling or collect feature. Finishing the career player updates his bank (in UK pounds).

Arctic Wins

Arcade - 1996

Arctic Wins Is An Arcade Fruit Machine

Around The World

Around The World

Arcade - 2007

Around The World Is An Arcade Fruit Machine

Arrow Bingo

Arrow Bingo

Arcade - Released - 1985

Arrow Bingo was produced by Advanced Video Technology in 1986. Another machine made by Advanced Video Technology is Symbols.

Arscet

Arscet

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

Magic Disk 64 1990/05.

Asshole: The Card Game

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 2005

Asshole: The Card game is a computerized version of a popular card game of the same Name. Asshole is a variation on another popular card game called President. This game was developed by Rasmus Palbo Nielson in 2005 and published by TND.

Atlantica

Arcade - 2002

Atronic SetUp/Clear Chips

Arcade - 1999

Aussie Joker Poker

Aussie Joker Poker

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

Aussie Joker Poker: A Gambling Game of Skill & Chance

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

Joker Poker is a single player casino/cards video game for Amiga OCS, created by Joker and ... a.k.a. Aussie Joker Poker: A Gambling Game Of Skill & Chance. Aussie Joker Poker was released in 1989

Automat Poker Emulator

Commodore Amiga - Homebrew - 1992

Automat Poker Emulator is a video poker gambling machine simulation. The player bets between ten and ninety credits and draws five cards. After deciding which ones to hold, the others are re-drawn. Depending on the card combination, credits are either won or lost. Rinse and repeat until the player lose all the credits or quits.

Autumn Moon

Arcade - 1999

AV Poker: World Gambler

AV Poker: World Gambler

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - January 1, 1992

Unlicensed PC Engine release by Games Express. AV Poker is not a full poker simulator, but a simple gambling game. You choose from Normal, which is a standard game or Special Mode, where you travel around the world to show off your gambling skills. The poker part of the game is extremely simple. You place a bet, get a hand dealt to you, choose which cards to hold, and get a second deal to fill in the discards. If you match any of the standard poker hands, you win. You then get the options of taking the cash or playing a higher-lower game to increase your winnings significantly. Occasionally,...

AV Super Real Pachinko

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1991

AV Pachinko also known as AV Super Real Pachinko is an adult Pachinko simulation game developed by C&E and published by Hacker International in 1991.

Avalon Casinos

Windows 3.X - Released - 1996

Avalon Casinos is a freeware game that contains the most popular games found in a casino. The games on offer are: American Roulette, French Roulette, Blackjack, Video Poker, Mini-Baccarat, and Pai Gow Poker. The game has two modes of play, an on-line mode in which players register their credit cards and play with real money, and an off-line practice mode in which players use a virtual $2000. There is no save feature in this game.

Baboshka

Arcade - 2002

Baby Dado

Arcade - 1987

Baby Poker

Arcade - Released - 1987

Baccarat

Baccarat

Dragon 32/64 - Released - 1983

Baccarat is a card game normally played by the rich and famous as well as James Bond in the elegant atmosphere of the most exclusive casinos in the world. This computer version was programmed by M Turley for Cable Software. The objective of the game is to score nearest to 9 with 2 or 3 cards. 10's and court cards count as 0, with other cards their pip value. Three decks are used and shuffled together, so it is possible to draw and even hold in any one hand the same card up to three times during a game. This computer version of Baccarat allows up to three players to compete against the...

Backgammon

Backgammon

APF Imagination Machine - Released - October 1, 1978

This is one of the earliest Backgammon videogame along with the Channel F Backgammon released the year before (1977). There are two game variations: - two players game - play against the computer This is an important point: to be able to play against the computer. In 1978 it was not that common. The graphics are quite decent for such an early version.

Banana Splash

Arcade - 2002

Banana Splash Is An Arcade Fruit Machine

Bananas Go Bahamas

Arcade - 2002

Bandit

MS-DOS - Homebrew - 1986

Bandit is a slot machine game. You start with $200 and you can play for $1 to $9 each time, by pressing the appropriate number key. After pulling the lever, three reels start to spin and when they stop you can see whether or not you have won money. You have won when the reels stop at a specific combination. For example when you see the word "Jackpot" three times, you have won the jackpot. The longer you play, the higher the jackpot will be.

Bank Robbery

Arcade - 1993

Bar Room Games: Gold Edition

Windows - Released - 2000

Bar Room Games: Gold Edition is a collection of bar-themed minigames: Pool: A one-player game of eight-ball billiards. You control the angle of the cue stick and hold down your mouse to change the strength of the strike. You get 25 points for pocketing a ball in the first round, 24 points in the second round, and so on, down to a minimum of 5 points. If the cue ball falls into the hole, you lose 5 points. The black ball must be pocketed last, otherwise you lose all points and can get no more. Darts: A one-player game of darts. A crosshair appears at a random spot and to aim, you have to...

Bar Room Games: Pool

Windows - Released - 2000

Bar Room Games: Pool simulates pool billiard for one player. The principle is simple: the table is shown in a top-down perspective and the player positions the cue with the mouse. When pressing the right mouse button he gets a preview of the movement of the white ball and by pressing the left mouse button he starts to build up force. The force of the hit depends on how long he holds the button before releasing it. The goal is to pot all balls.

Barline

Arcade - 1988

Barquest

Barquest

Arcade - 199

Barquest 2

Arcade - 199

Battle Poker

Battle Poker

Nintendo Wii - July 20, 2009

Battle Poker—Explosive family fun for up to four players. Battle Poker is a family-friendly card game with up to four players battling against the clock to make the best five-card hand possible. Battles are played across multiple rounds, with points scored for each round based on the quality of the hand. Each player uses a Wii Remote controller to point and click on a standard deck of cards laid across the screen. The first click flips the card over, at which point it can be grabbed by anyone else. You've got to have fast fingers and eyes if you're to grab the cards you need before...

Beach Patrol

Arcade - 2002

Bear Necessities

Arcade - 2002

Beat the House

Beat the House

Windows 3.X - Released - March 3, 1995

A game with the feel of a real casino, the player may wander around the overhead view of the joint, and indulge in blackjack, roulette, slots, or video poker to win virtual cash.

Beat the House

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

A game with the feel of a real casino, the player may wander around the overhead view of the joint, and indulge in blackjack, roulette, slots, or video poker to win virtual cash.

Bee Bop

Arcade - 2002

Beetlemania

Arcade - 2002

Beetles Unplugged

Arcade - 2002

Believe It Or Not

Arcade - 199

Bets

Bets

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Bets is a digital representation of the card game Indian Poker. The player plays against three CPU players. Each player holds a playing card above his head and has to place a bet in turn. Each player can see the cards of the other players, but can't see his own card. When the betting stops the player with the highest card wins the pot. Each betting round each player can call, raise or fold. Like with poker players must call a raise or fold and be out of play. The player must win rounds because an ante has to be paid each round. From the book "Commodore 64 - Fun and Games"

Bicycle Casino

Bicycle Casino

Microsoft Xbox - Released - October 26, 2004

Licensed by card manufacturer Bicycle, this game lets you gamble on the Xbox with slot machines, card games, keno, roulette, money wheel, pai gow, craps and different types of poker, including the popular Texas Hold'Em. The game boasts 500 variations, but most of them are based on the table limits for each game. You start by creating a character with different options for skin tones, facial features clothes, accesoires. The gameplay for table games is shown through a camera hovering about the players. Bicycle Casino has support for Xbox Live. You can talk, bluff or threaten through the...

Bicycle Casino: Blackjack, Poker, Baccarat, Roulette

Windows 3.X - Released - 1995

This title is a CD-ROM compilation of the content as follows: * Bicycle Blackjack * Bicycle Poker * Bicycle Baccarat * Bicycle Roulette * Bonus - Interactive Guide to Poker Tells

Bicycle Limited Edition

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

Bicycle Limited Edition is a compilation of 4 Bicycle card games on one CD-Rom. The games run directly from the disc. Included is a Windows installer which creates a program group on your computer with a link to each game. The games included are: Bicycle Solitaire Bicycle Poker Bicycle Cribbage Bicycle Bridge

Bicycle Pinochle

Bicycle Pinochle

Windows 3.X - Released - 1997

Bicycle Pinochle includes over 6 different variations and multiple playing options for this classic American card game. Bicycle Pinochle keeps track of bidding and scoring, all available at a mouse click. It supports modem or network play along with 9 computer characters of varying skill levels. If you don't know how to play, Bicycle Pinochle provides a Tutorial mode and Practice mode to hone your skills. Making a mistake is never a problem. The undo button allows you to fix errors or to try other cards in situations.

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