Visual Basic may not the best option for coding games, but it’s possible to create them using it. In fact, there are a lot of simple games on the web created using Visual Basic such as slot machines.
Slot machines may have been around for a long time, but they’re still one of the most popular games around the world. Cryptologic, the company that first offered casino gaming services to the public in the 90s through its InterCasino brand, is still in operation, particularly because slot machines are a very lucrative business. Data by the American Gaming Association reveal that electronic gaming machines yield at least 62% of a casino’s annual revenue.
To the developers who think that games can’t be made using Visual Basic, think again. Here’s a simple one posted on Sourcecodester.com by coder Yorkiebar:
Done! It’s a very simply slot game but it works. The window is small, the numbers on the reels aren’t really very appealing, and the user interface is plain at best. However, this should give you the framework on how to create a simple slot machine game using Visual Basic.
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