Around The World In 80 Plays MyVegas Game

Today, the Around The World In 80 Plays MyVegas game became available to play.

The concept seems to be to travel to all five world destinations in under 80 spins of the five reel slot game.

80 Days

At each of the five destinations, there is a bonus screen, with a “find the objects in the picture” bonus round.

The more objects that are found, in the quickest amount of time, gets more bonus spins.

The character tiles in the game (not surprisingly) seem based on Jules Verne’s “Around the World In 80 Days” with the familiar characters of Mr. Fogg, Passepartout, Detective Fix and Ms. Aouda… although the main character in the game seems to be a woman adventurer, whose name has not yet been revealed.

As stated previously in the Jewels Verne post, I am HOPELESS at finding “images hidden in plain sight” in pictures, and quickly burned through my bonus time, finding only a few items.

For those of you who enjoy playing that kind of bonus round, I wish you the best of luck… but I can’t properly comment on this game, as my brain just doesn’t “see” the things that are right in front of me on the screen, so I can’t really provide any useful commentary about this game, although I DO think it is great that the folks at PlayStudios continue to develop and tweak games and are open to feedback.  THAT is a big part of what is making this game continue to thrive, and be successful. (Apart from the rewards, of course)

Good luck !!!


  1. john on February 25, 2013 at 4:37 am

    It’s easy to do the hidden object games. Immediately upon the bonus game being revealed, hit Alt-PrtScrn to save the game as a bitmap image on the Windows clipboard. Immediately after that hit the ‘pause’ just under the # of days. Should cost you no more than one day. Then, at your leisure, paste the image into Paint and find all the hidden objects. Memorize the six locations. I like to draw a red oval around each as I find it.

    When you have the six locations memorized, Alt-tab back to your web browser, click the ‘pause’ again to reveal the screen. You should be able to click all six items within 3 or 4 counts of the game. My best so far is finishing the last bonus with 62 days left of the 80.

    • BG on February 27, 2013 at 5:15 pm

      Hi John –

      Thanks for taking the time to read, and to put forward your suggestion.
      I hope you don’t mind… but I took your idea and put it up as a Blog post.
      I think a lot of folks that enjoy those games (most of my family except me) would benefit from your idea !!!
      Regardless of whether the clock is ticking or not, my brain STILL has a terrible amount of trouble finding the things I’m looking for… so I’m going to stick with Studio City… but thanks again for your comment and taking the time to suggest this !!!
      Good luck in your play !!!

      • KaCe on October 24, 2016 at 7:40 am

        That’s how I’ve always played the game, too.

  2. Aaron on November 6, 2013 at 5:22 pm

    I just want to say a big thank you to John. I don’t typically play the 80’s day game because I also have trouble seeing hidden images, but it’s become very simple with his Alt-Print Screen tip. Thanks again!


    • Joe on May 1, 2014 at 12:49 am

      80 days images are not hidden though, Now Jules Verne images are hidden and not clear many times!!

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