Cassino by SpiteNET is not public domain or free software. Shareware gives users the opportunity to try out software before purchasing it. If you like this program and use it, then register and pay for it.
The Shareware system of distributing software programs was developed to give users the chance to preview software before purchasing it. Buying standard commercial software off the shelf in your local store can be a risky venture when trying out something new – you can never be sure till you get it home and install it, whether or not it is really a program that you will use and enjoy.
The Internet provides software developers with a
way to present their programs to potential customers by providing a Shareware
version that users can test out before purchasing. Most Shareware programs have
a 30-day trial period, a limited number of times you can use it or restrictions
on some of the program’s features. Cassino by SpiteNET can be played during a 30-day
trial period, after which time the software is disabled. Only 10 different deals (sample games) are available during the evaluation period and playing on the Internet is disabled until the game is registered and paid for.