I was in Vegas last week and learned you can actually play "War" at some casinos. So of course I ad to try and lost. But maybe Pac-Man is how I am going to strike it rich in Sin City?!
Two gaming companies have teamed up to bring a high-stakes version of Pac-Man Battle Royale to the casino floor.
The game is meant to be played by “two or four human players,” with the winner claiming a cash prize chosen at random by the machine, which also control the game’s ghosts.
But as Compete argues, “it seems like there’s a way for average players to get one over on the house: illicit teamwork…Wouldn’t it behoove competitors to team up and counter the ghosts together, then split the final winnings?”