Oh this game has many faces indeed. BlackJack, 21 and other names across different countries but the idea of the game is almost the same with just several minor differences. Not only teenagers desire to see the number 21, mostly, in their passports, but many adults all over the world pray to get this number sitting at the casino table. We’re the first generation of mankind that beholds the shift from ordinary physical reality to the digital one and it would be extremely boring and hopeless sort of virtual world if it had no games in it.
Thanks to many developers, we have a lot of options to have fun without going outside or traveling a long distance to reach the wonderful world of gambling. It’s enough to have a smartphone or any desktop PC or laptop right now to engage the process and even hit the jackpot while sipping your coffee. Today’s product is one of the most entertaining creations made exclusively for mobile devices and it is literally a very interesting thing to explore and inspect. Let’s get started.
As is it usual for NetEnt, this game has every classical element in it seasoned with modern “spices”. Detailed cards, cozy textures, comprehensible minimalistic user’s interface optimized for best mobile experience. There are literally only a few clickable areas on the playing screen and nowhere to get lost. As it is a mobile-only products, it can’t be judged for some functional simplicity, because it works and it is BlackJack, nothing extraordinary can happen. It also includes some basic sound design which is enough for this sort of virtual card game. Animations are smooth on any device, no bugs or glitches were spotted during my tests. All in all it is perfectly made for any mobile platform player.