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Interesting Fact: If I counted correctly, 19 of the WT games install themselves on the AA Slots menu, as unlocked versions. I have not checked to see which of the 20 new games in WT did not come over. (see comments below)
To unlock the games you have to meet various challenge requirements, such as getting 10000 points in ten minutes playing a specific game or games. The requirements vary. If those, which I went through to unlock all games in AA are any measure, many of those requirements border on impossible to complete.
I had to switch from my XP OS desktop (Dell Inspiron Pentium Dual CPU E2200 2.2 GHz - 1250 speed rating) to my faster WIN 7 OS laptop computer (Acer Aspire 7551 with an AMD Phenom II n850 Triple-Core 2.2GHz Processor - rating unknown) to complete one challenge.
My girlfriend (70) and I (65) play side by side to see who can get the best score on a given game in a given time simultaneously. We each win about the same number of games, notwithstanding the speed differences of the machines we play on. She has a slower finger on a faster machine.
Hint: I went through all challenges to unlock all AA games. It took a long long time. Once done I examined the saved file compared to dummy named unplayed files. I did a bit of cutting and pasting to the cryptic saved files and was able to generate new player names and copy the saved new names to both computers. The cash levels were crazy, but all games were unlocked and playable by both of us. That saved many frustrating hours for both of us.
I cannot tell if the AA games, which are shown as unlocked in WT came with WT or were imported from my installed AA unlocked games. It may well be that WT and AA games are unique, but combine in their respective Slots menus.
Ghost Town available games are unaffected by either AA or WT and vice versa. GT uses a nicer interface. Of the three, if I had to chose only one GT would be my best pick.
The graphics in all games are crisp and clear. Some colors are more vibrant than others, some games pay better than others. On the whole GT, AA, and WT are excellent games, which will give you many hours of fun play at a minimal cost.
Problems and Annoyances:
Occasionally, AA minimizes with no loss of game position when run on XP. Other wise I have had no problems running any of Real Deal's games on XP or Win 7 Oss.
The biggest annoyance is having to have one Real Deal disk in your DVD drive. It does not matter what game disk. All of them work regardless of the game being played. The disk is only accessed when the program loads. It is not needed after the game loads.