Paul's Blackjack 1.6 for Windows

by DPI Productions Inc.

Avg. Rating 2.5 (4 votes)

File Details

File Size 4.4 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,785
Publisher DPI Productions Inc.
Homepage Paul's Blackjack

Publisher's Description

Paul's Blackjack is a amazing and real blackjack casino game. You can customize your own player, choosing from 18 different characters. You can save and load games and choose from 5 different levels to play. The Dealer's voice on the blackjack table is real, making this game enjoyable and fun to play.

Latest Reviews

The Darkside

The Darkside reviewed v1.4 on Sep 1, 2005

Installs, runs, then crashes on hand 3

Lawrence01

Lawrence01 reviewed v1.4 on Aug 30, 2005

Nice game, however there are a couple of things I would do to make it even better. First off, after you play your hand, it always asks whether you want to play again. The author should just assume that the person would want to play another hand as long as they have money. Should the player not want to play another hand, then perhaps they can hit an exit or quit game button.
The second thing I would do is to try to put some animation with the cards, or at the least, have them slowed down. It was too fast fast on my machine when it came to having cards dealt to me, and it was like instant cards, it detracts from the feeling like being in a casino at a black jack table.
Alot of times its the small details that make the difference between being good to being great. Hope the author makes these improvements. I like the game overall, and I've tried my fair share of blackjack programs.

impact

impact reviewed v1.4 on Jun 30, 2005

Installs, runs, but crashes after a few hands (tested on 2 systems)

Avg. Rating 2.5 (4 votes)
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The Darkside

The Darkside reviewed v1.4 on Sep 1, 2005

Installs, runs, then crashes on hand 3

Lawrence01

Lawrence01 reviewed v1.4 on Aug 30, 2005

Nice game, however there are a couple of things I would do to make it even better. First off, after you play your hand, it always asks whether you want to play again. The author should just assume that the person would want to play another hand as long as they have money. Should the player not want to play another hand, then perhaps they can hit an exit or quit game button.
The second thing I would do is to try to put some animation with the cards, or at the least, have them slowed down. It was too fast fast on my machine when it came to having cards dealt to me, and it was like instant cards, it detracts from the feeling like being in a casino at a black jack table.
Alot of times its the small details that make the difference between being good to being great. Hope the author makes these improvements. I like the game overall, and I've tried my fair share of blackjack programs.

impact

impact reviewed v1.4 on Jun 30, 2005

Installs, runs, but crashes after a few hands (tested on 2 systems)

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