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American Dream

American Dream (XSX) game cover art
Platform: NES
Tags: General, Gambling
Developer: Color Dreams


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American Dream review

Reviewed January 03, 2010

aschultz says: "American Dream is the story of Pachio, a smiley little ball with hands and feet, who lands in America with $1000 and a goal of becoming obscenely rich. In the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area, with its casino, Pachio can get do just that without working or paying taxes! AD is littered with casinos chock full of positive-payout gambling machines. Navigating them leads to New Jersey, where Al Capone awaits... "
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