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DFG Exclusive Review Summary
A very good game, far above average & recommended.
- 2 modes of play: Vegas and Bar-room.
- Better graphics than most card games.
- Instructions on how to play are clear and concise.
- Animations are fun and relevant.
- No music, only sound effects, which makes the game feel disjointed.
- Repetitive play can get boring.
- There is very little difference between the two modes of play.
- Only you vs dealer; playing alone isn't much fun.
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Editor's Update (10/28/14) - This is an older game but there is still a free trial available from Gamehouse
It's Vegas, baby, and there's a seat at the VIP table just for you!
Take your place across from the dealer and start your winning streak now. Whether you're just looking to pass the time or you're already a polished card-counter, Super Blackjack delivers with two full games in one package!
Super Vegas Blackjack brings all the intensity and adrenaline rush of high-stakes casino blackjack, while Super Barroom Blackjack is perfect for the more laid-back player.
Complete training mode teaches you all the tricks of the trade
New to the game? With strategy drills, Super Blackjack helps you learn all the rules and basic strategies, even making decision-making suggestions and recommendations as you play in training mode.
For the more advanced player, the concept of card counting is explained in depth, and with the game's flash cards you can practice that too!
Lots of features give you the full Blackjack experience
Full-screen graphics make it easy to see your chip count, current bet, and options to stay, split, or double down just like real blackjack!
Casino-inspired lights and sound effects deepen the experience, while special games and customizable options allow you to change the House rules to suit yourself.
Super Blackjack also offers a comprehensive help file and tips for playing in the real world, so you're all ready to go. Break the bank today and download Super Blackjack!
Super BlackJack Review
Review by Hillary
If you love to bet it all on a hot hand to beat the house, but don't enjoy gambling away your own money, Super Blackjack is the game for you. This fun computerized version of the classic casino game pits you against the house with a $5000 bank account at your disposal. There is no storyline or ultimate goal to the game, so you are able to burn through the money if you want or conserve it for future use. While not the best game out there, Super Blackjack is a fairly well put together blackjack game.
Start At High or Low Stakes Tables
To play, you must first begin an account with your name, which gives your $5000 to gamble away. You can choose to play in either the Blackjack Bar-room or the Blackjack Vegas room. The Bar-room requires a $1 minimum bet, with a maximum bet of $200. The Vegas room requires a minimum bet of $100, with a maximum bet of $1000.
The Vegas room can be played with either 1, 2 or 6 decks of cards, whereas the Bar-room can only be played with 1. This doesn't really affect gameplay, however, because all it does is change the odds of what cards you might get, or make it more difficult for you to count cards. In blackjack you are dealt two cards initially. You must then decide whether to stick with those cards (stand) or be dealt another card (hit), in order to get as close as possible to a total of 21 without going over. In order to win the hand, you must be closer to 21 than the dealer. If not, you'll lose the money you bet at the beginning of the hand.
Controls are Easy to Learn and Use
The player controls how much they bet by choosing a poker chip that corresponds to the amount they wish to bet, then can click the Deal button to be dealt their cards. The buttons for Hit, Stand, Options and Instructions are all large and very easy to interact with, with very clear instructions on how to play and what all the terms mean. The entire game window is quite well done, with very sharp graphics, bright colors, and “marquee” lights on the side that glow when you win a hand.
No Music and Little Sound
Unfortunately, as well done as the graphics are, Super Blackjack is also missing some important elements. There is no music, only accompanying sound effects, which themselves are sadly lacking. For example, there is only a little swish when the cards are being dealt, without the dealer even saying something cheesy like “here's your card.” A little music or some more effort with the sound effects would have gone a long way towards making the game feel more cohesive and entertaining.
Not Much Variety
While blackjack is a fun game to play, it can also get quite repetitive, especially since there is no multiplayer option. You play against the dealer, with no other players (even AI ones). This means very little variety in gameplay. This is also reinforced with the similarity between the two modes of play. Bar-room and Vegas are virtually identical, with the exception of their different minimum bids.
If you are just learning how to play or you don't want to burn through your bank account too quickly, you can play Bar-room and only bet $1. If you are more of a high roller you can play Vegas and bet $100, but other than that the two modes are exactly the same.
Conclusion - Basic BlackJack, That's It
Super Blackjack is a decent card game for those who don't mind a lack of music and variety. It teaches the game of blackjack very well in very simple terms, and allows you to experiment with betting fake money. Without music the game feels very disjointed, and without a multiplayer option or more differences between the two modes, the game ends up feeling quite repetitive and eventually boring. However, if you are looking to get started in the wide world of blackjack games, this isn't a bad place to start.