In a sea of competition in the Live Casino gambling industry appeared Super Spade Games, a new studio with ambitions to become one of the top Live Casino software developers.
Since it was founded in 2016, the developer is still not that big of a player in the industry, but it sure intends to become. Its strongest suit is developing such Live Dealer games that you’ll be able to play both from the commodity of your home and out on the street, with no disruptions.
However, in its few years of developing, Super Spade Games managed to create several unique games that were not previously brought to online casinos by other developers, which offered a really user-friendly interface in addition to the superior H5 mobile tech. And this is when players started recognizing the developer’s potential.
Super Spade Games Library
As introduced, Super Spade Games focuses on developing Live Casino gamescasino. Its studios are set in Eastern Europe, and its games provided in HD stream, with some of the best-looking and extremely professional dealers greeting and interacting with the players.
Since it is a relatively new name in the industry, its portfolio still counts only a small number of games. There are 8 games present at the moment of writing, even though the developer had announced the arrival of more.
The interesting part about its offering is that in addition to the Asian-focused Dragon Tiger, the Three Card Poker game and the classic Roulette and Baccarat, the developer also has three really fun games. Two are of Indian origin, Teen Patti and Andar Bahar, and one was invented by the developer itself, Casino War.
Andar Bahar can be found by a few other developers, so it is not Super Spade Games’ most unique game but is still a really interesting game that might interest you. Andar Bahar means In-Out in Indian, and from its very title, the 50:50 chance game concept is implied. The slot is really easy to play essentially, it offers quick gameplay and keeps you on the edge of your seat at all times.
Teen Patti, as introduced, is also an Indian game, based on and presenting a simplified version of Flash or Three Cards, enhanced with the incredible payouts you can get from the Pair Plus Bonus Bet.
Casino War, on the other hand, is quite something. It is similar to poker since the hands count just like they do in poker, except As which are always high. The suit does not matter, only the rank of the cards from the six decks. After you place a wager, both the dealer and you get a face-up card. The dealer then compares the cards and if yours is higher, you get an even money win. If the dealer’s is, though, you lose. As straightforward as that.
Each of the 8 games available at the moment has been approved and certified by GLI (Gaming Laboratories International), a respected fairness and randomness auditor.