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Vegas Party, a fast-paced gambling-esque party game set in an over-the-top version of Las Vegas city from new UK family-oriented publisher Enjoy Gaming, is scheduled to be launched on Nintendo Wii this February.

The players are taken into the gambling-friendly universe of Las Vegas city, complete with bright lights, sassy caricature characters and the occasional hustler!

Mini-games, including darts, blackjack, roulette, Texas Hold‘Em and slot machines, are quick versions which are easy to master, but you still need luck to win! Play ‘Quick Games’ to practice your skills, or ‘The Strip’ - a board-game style race for four players. Reaching the end of the Strip before anyone else is trickier than it sounds; players are at the mercy of the dice, penalty squares and mini-games, any of which can send you into the lead, or back to the start. Manage your token account, avoid dangers like twisters and earthquakes, test your gaming skills and push your luck, but remember – you can lose it all on one bad call.

Vegas Party is a fun, fast party game for one to four players and is open to all comers. The 10 unique mini-games are loaded with additional gameplay, and the 15 casinos on ‘The Strip’ each have their own different theme – from Aztec to Area 51.

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