At first, it was just buying individual games on iTunes as apps for fun. When the Facebook platform launched over a year ago, many observers of the new platform quickly realized that gaming was quickly becoming one of the most popular category of applications on the site. What appeared to be revolutionary about this new series of games was the turn-based model that was seamlessly integrated into the Facebook experience.
Two more websites of note include all the trimmings as the rest. Only one, however, still offers real benefits you can earn through play such as dining, drink, shows, and stays – all incorporated with MGM properties – and that is myVegas, with is at this time, a cut above the rest.
1) earning free daily bonuses, usually acrueing additional bonuses for consecutive days
2) social aspects – challenges, chatting, and sending gifts to friends on facebook
3) slot machine games, some that you can find in brick-and-mortar casinos
4) the ability to “buy” additional credits – which is what their are all hoping for
Caesars Casino is an online social game owned by Caesars Interactive Entertainment, Inc. Enjoy Caesars virtual, play-for-fun casino game from the comfort of your own home. Play video slots, roulette and blackjack. Many slots are created by Caesars.
You can send and receive gifts, unlock new levels, share the your excitement with friends and discover new features within the game! Enjoy Caesars Casino virtual, play-for-fun casino games from the comfort of your own home. Play Now: http://apps.facebook.com/caesars/
Heart of Vegas features REAL Vegas slot machines just like the ones you know, such as More Hearts & More Chili, Flane of Olympus, Sun & Moon and Tiki Torch. (It’s slots ONLY) They are the same games in casinos all over the world, now you have those same games for FREE wherever you are! The positive is that it includes all games you can still play, but reviews of this one have not been good. Many people have found this to be very tight, and reviews have not been great. You can download it from iTunes, and still sign in through Facebook, as all the other Social Gaming options.
I can’t repeat this enough. All social gaming site depend on players BUYING extra credits – that’s where they make their profit (and quite the profit it is turning out to be!) So, if you don’t have control over your credit cards, stay away. They are fun – but remember they can be addictive.
That’s all for now.