Miccosukee Resort and Gaming, Florida
The Miccosukee Resort and Gaming is a hotel and casino situated in Florida, in the United States of America. This Miami attraction was completed in the year 1999, and opened that same year. It is a nine-story building, with a statue of a young boy from the Miccosukee tribe dominating its front entrance. It has been described as one of the most uncommon resort destinations in the state of Florida due to the contrast between the casino itself and the Native American village that surrounds it and it cost a purported $45 million in order to create. 400 members of the Miccosukee tribe are in charge of operating this destination. Continue reading
Land based casinos in today’s world, competing with the online variations, have still got a few ace factors that quell the online tide. These include the tangible aspects of a land-based casino, like the architecture, the history, tangible through art and décor as well as theme and atmosphere. These factors definitely create an exciting casino environment, especially when coupled with some fine accommodation turning the experience into a full holiday. However the tangible cannot last forever and in the case of the Riverside Hotel this was made final in 1986 when the establishment closed. It still serves as housing for artists and is an historical landmark in the Reno, Nevada area. Continue reading
Based on the 1986 cult film, Aliens is a branded online slot that has been collaboratively produced with 20th Century Fox. This cult classic was directed by Academy award winning director James Cameron and stars Sigourney Weaver as the battle hardened Ellen Ripley.
Players will encounter many familiar elements from the movie while playing the online slot version of Aliens. These are communicated wonderfully through crisp 3D graphics and an immersive soundtrack that creates an engaging gaming experience. Continue reading