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Expectations from games developers are big
The new casino-style social games have been introduced to the mobile and social environment. Their titles are StackJack and Bingo Rider.
Akamon Entertainment, the social casino gaming company from Spain, has introduced Bingo Rider, its first game for mobile devices. It is now made available in the application store of Apple and is compatible with tables and iOS mobile devices. In the coming months the game will be introduced on the Android platform.
The 90-ball social multiplayer bingo game Bingo Rider in one in which users the experience they gain during gameplay via an Akamon community with shared liquidity in which take part some eleven million people.
The gameplay is real-time and made available across all platforms. It offers players social elements like gifting capability, collectible cards, multiple levels, and an option for chat on the iPad version.
The Akamon Entertainments chief executive officer, Vicenc Marti, said: The Bingo Rider launch and that of five other games for mobiles during 2013 marks the first step in turning Akamon into a company for mobiles first. It will allow the position of Akamon to be consolidated so that the company can be established as a main social gaming player via its usual markets Southern Europe and Latin America.
The expectation of the company is that it will be able to record an impressive count of twenty million users by the end of year 2013. On the application store of Apple it has already reached a top position under the casino and board games categories in countries like France, Spain, Venezuela, Argentina, Colombia and Mexico during the first week of its launch.
The description of the game is “Blackjack Reborn for Adrenaline Junkies”. It comprised of simple gameplay in which when the cards are dealt, they are placed by the player in one out of five columns. It builds up the blackjack hand to up a maximum of twenty one.
Once the player does its best, the round ends and follows the awarding of bonus points. If the totals of the hand go high enough, the player is transferred over to the next level. If it is not the case, the game ends.
There is also a multiplayer mode in StackJack. In it players can enter into competition against each other by using exactly the same deck of cards.
The co-founder of StackJack and Lost Island Entertainment is Christopher Cundey. His career experience is connected with graphics and visual effects for motion picture movies.
I made up my mind to start it simple. It was a basic, easy to learn and fun game that can be started at any time but takes practice from the player part for the development of skills. Any fan of cards, solitaire or casino games will be immersed in its play, added Cundey. StackJack is just the start. Our next batch of games are already in the development stage, and each one of them is great and truly appealing, with much more ambitious elements and features than the previous one.