Casino Strip X, Arcade Video game by Status Games (1988)

Casino Strip uses actual film footage of live actors and actresses on a Laser Video Disc. It includes two large color monitors, one for the cast of characters and one for your poker hand. All this packaged in a sturdy solid wood cabinet. This is a continuation of Status Laser Video Disc Games. Coming Soon CASINO STRIP #2. Also available "THE LASER SHUFFLE." (description from the flyer) Title TRIVIA Also released as "Casino Strip [Counter model]". While most available Laserdiscs had a majority of women available as opponents (usually 6 women and 2 men) there was also at least one laserdisc available that had only male opponents. Unfortunately it is widely unknown that each Laserdisc is dependant from the matching PCB, so if you have a machine that came with for example laserdisc #3 Casino Strip Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Casino Strip by Status Games. Publication date 1984 Topics Laserdisc Collection arcadeflyers; folkscanomy; additional_collections Language English. Addeddate 2018-05-08 19:20:41 Identifier arcadeflyer_casino-strip_alt2 Identifier-ark ark:/13960/t41s3kb0s Ocr ABBYY FineReader 11.0 (Extended OCR) Pages 2 Scanner Internet Casino Strip II (Poker version, for Sony LD) MAME detail page - ROM cs2_sps Information and images for the Arcade Video game: Casino Strip X released by Status Games in 1988 Casino Strip was produced by Status in 1985. Status released 16 different machines in our database under this trade name, starting in 1980. Other machines made by Status during the time period Casino Strip was produced include Baby Boom Challenge, 19th Hole, Fun Casino, Super Triv Quiz, Sex Triv, Hangman, Big Casino, Skill Roll, Triv-Quiz, and Bust My Balloons. Casino Strip Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Casino Strip by Status Games. Publication date 1984 Topics Laserdisc Collection arcadeflyers; folkscanomy; additional_collections Language English. Addeddate 2018-05-08 19:19:44 Identifier arcadeflyer_casino-strip_alt Identifier-ark ark:/13960/t3dz7175m Ocr ABBYY FineReader 11.0 (Extended OCR) Pages 2 Scanner Internet Status Game Corp PCBs, lot of 2 boards. GAMES ON THE BOARDS ARE UNKNOWN, however, the games could be any of the Status games, because all of their boards are marked "Status Game Corp 1982", but using different chips.Although the game is unknown, the chips on these boards could include games: Casino Strip, The Laser Shuffle, Bust My Balloons, Triv-Quiz (Triv I, Triv II, Triv III, Triv IV Casino Strip is a laserdisc game created by Status Game Corp. in 1984. Several different discs were created so that owners could change the disc and have a fresh set of strippers for their location. Gameplay is pretty simple. Pick the person of your choice and the computer deals your cards on the lower monitor. When you win a hand, the "action Also released as "Casino Strip [Counter model]". While most available Laserdiscs had a majority of women available as opponents (usually 6 women and 2 men) there was also at least one laserdisc available that had only male opponents. Unfortunately it is widely unknown that each Laserdisc is dependant from the matching PCB, so if you have a machine that came with for example laserdisc #3 and

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