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Take, for instance, our state lottery. After voters overwhelmingly supported a constitutional amendment to allow for a lottery in , tickets began going on sale just a few months later.
By , a variety of tickets and drawings were available, and the state began producing the first ever televised lotto programming. Today, the lottery offers not only its own products, but also participates in all of the major interstate games, like Powerball and Mega Millions. Formerly known as Lincoln Downs, it had been the site of greyhound racing since , but found itself struggling in the s after the opening of Foxwoods Casino Resort in Connecticut.
By , there were machines in place at the track, which seemed to put it back on the path to profitability. But problems persisted there well into the new millennium. After the venue changed hands, it reopened with a new expansion in , now under the name of Twin River Casino. The owners then said that it would have to end all racing at the facility in order to keep Twin River afloat; today, there is no longer dog racing at the facility.
In , voters had the chance to allow Twin River and the other slots-only facility in the state, Newport Grand, to offer casino table games as well. The first measure, known as Question 1, approved the games at Twin River by a margin, and was also passed locally, allowing for table games. Statewide, voters offered almost the same level of support for Newport Grand as well; however, Newport voters rejected the same question, essentially vetoing the idea.
Newport Grand is more limited in its offerings, having only slots, though it does have one rather unique feature: This title feels a bit more like a traditional online slot, with most of the symbols being based on the poker ranks from nines through aces. In this case, aces are particularly special, as hitting three or more will also earn you an immediate bonus spin.
To be fair, many of the games created by this company are original titles, though they mostly follow that five-reel, nine-line format we talked about above.
A representative example would be Golden Leprechauns, a machine made up to look like a classic mechanical slot. As usual, there are a couple of features you can unlock: One other feature that seems shared among all of these titles is the presence of a gamble option at the end of each winning spin.
This actually caught us by surprise the first time we saw it, as it popped up as though it were a special feature. Nonetheless, all of the machines seemed to work without issue, and the interface is both intuitive and streamlined. Roundstone has also created a number of table games to supplement their offerings.
Roulette, blackjack and baccarat are all also available in multiplayer versions, though these are not live dealer games — just shared tables that several players can participate in together simultaneously. There are also multiplayer tables for the proprietary poker games, which is an unusual and welcome addition. Finally, there are also three video poker machines available: All games are offered in a single hand style, with very basic graphics and gameplay.
Nothing much to talk about when it comes to these games: This is usually the section of our reviews where we talk about the partnerships that have been made by a developer, the awards they have won, and the tradeshows they have attended, among other accolades or interesting information.
However, Roundstone International seems to have made a concerted effort to conceal all information about themselves, making it difficult to find much to share about their business practices. We do know that the company runs a handful of casinos that operate out of Costa Rica, most of which are still in business. Even here, however, there is precious little info to be gleaned about the firm.