Loyal readers already know this iPublication constantly hunts for new blackjack games and May has finally provided something noteworthy to examine. Alternative technology isn’t released often, so take a good look to determine if it sounds appealing.
It arrives courtesy of online casino software provider Microgaming, one of the industry’s largest and oldest, known the world over. This time partnering with Switch Studios out of England, a creation with razor sharp design and easy to navigate user controls was birthed. Highlights include special animations on cards, realistic sound effects, and fluid graphics throughout.
Extra features of this version of European Blackjack are options to split, stake insurance, and double down, common in most other variants. However, southpaws should perk up as left-handed layouts are possible, making play much easier than traditional software. This is further proof contemporary releases always bring unique upgrades, ultimately improving user experience.
This imaginative European 21 is 100% mobile compatible and completely functional in both portrait and landscape modes, ensuring it’s enjoyed regardless of device.
Head of Games at Microgaming, Jagoda Barber, couldn’t contain his excitement,
Switch Studios has done it again, taking a fresh look at traditional games and reigniting them for a new era of players.
Anyone interested in trying this out should read strengths and weaknesses of 888 to learn about them being one of the first to incorporate it and what’s generally found at their website.