More and more smartphone manufacturers have been moving towards on-screen buttons, with Google really pushing for it over the physical button alternative. However, there are still a few OEMs (we're looking at you, Samsung) that have preferred to keep things a bit more traditional. Tell us which way you prefer and why.
Live BlackJack for Android
XDA member moschous presents Live BlackJack for your Android device. Play online Blackjack and challenge your Facebook friends, a new multi player game from the creators of Live Hold’em with tables supporting up to 4 players simultaneously and both Facebook and Mobile Social account types. You can also post your scores on your profile and comment on your friend’s scores. The latest version improves level up notification animation, various bug fixes, better support for MDPI devices, and some UI changes.
The developer mentions that future updates will include tournaments and off line modes.
Get it free on the market and if you like it please leave some feedback.
Originally posted by moschous
[new game] Live BlackJack
i would like to share a free game which has just been uploaded to the Android Market by Mobile Social Team.
It’s an online multiplayer revamped version of Blackjack with tables supporting up to 4 players simultaneously. The app seems quite stable yet and there’s been much good effort on the art side too .
I currently supports both Facebook and Mobile Social account types.
For any bug, suggestion or information contact me at:
Feel free to share your opinion or suggestions to improve the game further.
BTW, we plan to include tournaments, social features, etc
Continue to the game thread.
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