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Caesars World of Gambling

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Title Screen

Caesars World of Gambling

Also known as: Caesars Palace: Kareinaru Gamble no Sekai (JP)
Developers: CD-i Systems, Vortex Interactive
Publisher: Philips Media
Platform: CD-i
Released in JP: 1992
Released in US: 1992
Released in EU: 1992

CopyrightIcon.png This game has hidden developer credits.
DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.

To do:
Cover the February 5th, 1992 prototype.

Ave, true to CD-isar.

Developer Credits

In the files cdi_gamb, cdi_craps, cdi_roul, and cdi_slots are credits for Vortex Interactive and two of its employees. This is the only mention of their involvement with World of Gambling.

Designed & Created by Lee T Barnes & Christopher Thompson of Vortex Interactive 
Carlsbad CA

Both developers would go on to found, join, or rename Vortex Interactive to Viridis Corporation and develop several other games, including the CD-i title Zelda's Adventure.

Error Strings

Deeper within cdi_gamb, multiple error strings for a developmental program named DSH can be found at 1445D:

DSH: Can't set process priority.
Error %d
DSH: Received unwanted signal %d.
DSH: Can't open path to '%s'
DSH: Maximum path count exceeded.
DSH: Can't load/link '%s'.
Error: %d
DSH: Label '%s' not found
DSH: Received illegal mail opcode (%d) during play!
DSH: Unwanted signal received. Signal: %d
DSH_GS_POS: dsh_file: %d, os9_file: %d, gs_pos: %d

Build Date

The disc's internal name contains the build date of an earlier version of the game. (The final dates are March 5th, 1992 for the original release and July 8th, 1993 for Rev. 1.)

Original Rev. 1