Silicon Casino was a Newton MessagePad game, created by John Calhoun and published by Casady & Greene in 1994, which let players win or lose virtual money through a series of casino-style games. Silicon Casino included blackjack, baccarat, craps, poker, and slot machines in a virtual gaming room. It featured usually rich sounds and graphics for the period and required 600 kilobytes of storage, more than the available free storage on MessagePads at that time thus requiring the purchase of an external PCMCIA storage card. The game retailed at US$59.95.

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