Delhi, India – App Street Software today is pleased to introduce Blackjack by iAppStreet 1.0 free for iOS, its new Blackjack game that offers an unprecedented number of gaming options. Players can choose from 5 tables with different stakes, Single Player mode for private play, Bluetooth mode to join friends, and Auto Match mode to sit at the table with players worldwide via Game Center. Included are: European or American rules, hit, stand, double, split, surrender, insurance, soft/hard 17, titles, and Game Center Achievements & Leaderboards.
* All types of possible calls – hit, stand, double, split, surrender and insurance
* American or European rules with 2, 4, 6 or 8 decks
* Choose the table to play on and compete with like-minded people – start with the Learning table and move up to the Billionaire table
* Get thousands of free chips by simply sharing on Facebook and Twitter
* Play, compete, show off, and make friends
With photo-realistic graphics and animation, every object in Blackjack by iAppStreet is as elegant and luxurious as those found in the finest casinos. At the start of each game, players must choose American or European rules. European rules offer the player slightly better odds, because Blackjack pays 3:2, and the dealer must stand when he reaches 17 (hard or soft – including an Ace or not). In comparison, American rules dictate Blackjack pays 3:2, but the dealer must hit (take another card) when he shows a soft 17 (an initial hand of Ace and Six). Under both rules, the dealer never doubles, splits, or surrenders.
In addition to American or European rules, players can choose from 5 different tables: 2 decks with a $100 minimum, 4 decks with a $1,000 minimum, 6 decks with a $10,000 minimum, 8 decks with a $100,000 minimum, and 10 decks with a $1,000,000 minimum. New players start with $25,000 in chips and begin at the first table. Players can win chips, earn free chips by sharing their scores on Facebook and Twitter, or to play and feel like a high roller, they can buy one of the eight available chip packs to get chips worth as much as 1 Billion dollars (chip packs are available as an in-app purchase.)
Seamless integration with Apple’s Game Center lists players in order of the greatest amount won in a single hand, and 3 Leaderboards, 29 Achievements, and Challenges from friends. There are also 12 Blackjack titles to be won, from the Apprentice to The Blackjack King. The game’s scrupulous attention to detail and realism makes it the perfect choice for casual fun or study and practice for the next visit to the casino.
“Blackjack, or 21, the favorite card game found in casinos around the world, can now be experienced right on your iPhone, iPod touch and iPad,” commented Saumya Mittal of App Street Software. “Impeccably designed and intuitive, this one is sure to make you go ‘Wow!'”
* iPhone 3GS/4/4S/5, iPod touch (3rd/4th/5th generation), and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* Universal app optimized for display on all iOS devices
* 45.8 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Blackjack by iAppStreet 1.0 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category. Additional chips are available as an in-app purchase starting at $0.99 (USD).
Based in Delhi, India, App Street Software was founded by Naman Singhal in 2010 with the aim of bringing a new dimension to the way people see and use technology, especially on mobile devices. The company is currently developing applications on the iOS platform. They combine technical expertise with creativity to deliver applications with unparalleled user experience. With five great apps in its portfolio, App Street has been able to carve its own space in the App Store, which today has over half a million applications. The USP of App Street’s applications is providing a wide range of features, while keeping the user interaction fairly simple and intuitive. Copyright (C) 2010-2012 App Street Software Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.