Mini Lottery is a text-based lottery game made in 2003 for the TI-83 Plus calculator by Gregory McLeod and published by McLeodGaming.
The game revolves around buying lottery tickets and winning cash prizes while also managing the cash the player has. At the start of the game, the player has $20, and they can earn more by purchasing a lottery ticket, the price of which starts at $1 and becomes $1 more expensive for each ticket purchased. After purchasing a ticket, its six numbers will be randomly selected and then displayed. A woman named Yolanda will then read off the winning six numbers, which are also randomly selected. The player will receive 5% of the money in the pot for each winning number that matches with the ticket, both with the number itself and its order. If all six numbers match, the player wins the entire pot. The amount of money in the pot starts at $100 and increases each time the player wins money from the lottery.
The game also features a save feature, allowing the player to save their progress in up to three files at once to load at another time.
The main menu.
The options menu.
The player's money.
The money in the pot.
A lottery ticket's numbers.
Yolanda reading off the winning numbers, the fifth of which is matching.