This was unlike any other time management game I have ever played. In Casino Chaos, you start on the Vegas strip, with an Egyptian-themed casino. Your casino has two little slot machines, and a cocktail waitress. Your gamblers are pretty much frat boys who are looking to get a little lucky with the loot in Sin City. As you go up in levels, you get new games, like Blackjack and Craps, different kinds of gamblers, and can add upgrades to keep your gamblers patient and happy. You can even add pit bosses to stop cheaters and up to five cashiers’ windows. In this fast paced game, you will need all of those windows. The gameplay itself can be a bit difficult, because if you don’t place your gamblers on a spot in a certain exact way, the action is negated and you have to do it over again.
As you go further along down the strip, you take on new kinds of casinos, and gamblers but the formulae still pretty much still works the same way. This game moves much faster than the typical restaurant management games. Has the game mechanics themselves been easier to work with, the overall score would be higher. If you can get past this, the game is pretty fun, and you even get to play some regular casino games for bonuses. I was a little disappointed not to see baccarat was not an option for a game table, but this game stuck with the games most people know best. It was fun to get a glimpse of what it takes to run a Vegas casino from the bare bones to grand hotel with shows. I might not ever get to try the real thing, but Casino Chaos was a pretty fun challenge in itself.