There's nice jazz music that plays on loop.
The game is customizable insofar as to how many players you want to have in a game, the dollar amount you wish to start with, whether or not there's a cap on the bidding, whether or not characters talk, how serious they are, the pace of the game, there's a (limited)face creator, and with some games(such as blackjack) you can alter the number of decks and such that are used.
The game serves as a fun learning tool for casino games, even including a tutorial mode.
There are many games to choose from such as blackjack, slots, baccarat, craps, roulette, poker(multiple styles and game alterations including a tournament mode), keno, horse racing and several others.
The game is very unbalanced. So much so that I give it a 2 out of 5 as a rating.
There seems to be a recognizable motive behind the game's structure, to get you to keep playing.
First, I'll start with saying that there is no reason to even mention graphics with this game. It's casino tables of different card and dice games with very limited animation. The graphics serve their purpose and there isn't much flare. If you were actually looking at a casino table...that's what you'd see in the game.
You start out by creating a player and name. Then you can go and set up your environment with settings that include background noise and music, animations, player attitudes(whether or not they get chit-chatty...which only slows the game pace down and become irritating rather ...