New Indian-Inspired Table Game, Ezugi 32 Cards Released To The Public

New Indian-Inspired Table Game, Ezugi 32 Cards Released To The PublicEzugi is known for its strong portfolio of online casino and Bitcoin casino table games. And the developer is determined to maintain that position with the release of 32 Cards, a new game inspired by the gambling cultures and traditions of the Indian subcontinent.

Lionel Dardic, head of product at Ezugi, introduced the new title in a press release last October 21. Commenting on the launch and the offerings of the new title, Dardic said:

“32 Cards is a tantalising game that truly captures the spirit of the Indian subcontinent. While 32 Cards have been developed with the Indian market in mind, it will undoubtedly appeal to international players who love the authentic experience offered by live casinos. What’s more, the fast-paced gameplay is guaranteed to keep players on the edge of their seats.”

32 Cards is now streaming from Ezugi’s state-of-the-art studio in Romania. Like other table games from the provider’s portfolio, the game is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Features And Mechanics

The game is fast-paced, but its format and gameplay are simple. Hence, players on the go using smartphones or tablets can play the game seamlessly and receive a desktop-like experience.

32 Cards is, of course, played with 32 cards. The deck contains numerical values from 6 to 13. The objective of the game is to identify the winning hand from the four starting hands. The player can bet on each of the four hands with the following starting values:

  • Hand one – 8 points
  • Hand two – 9 points
  • Hand three – 10 points
  • Hand four – 11 points

As the game progresses, each player receives an additional card. The numerical value of the card is added to the hand’s starting value. For example: if Hand One receives a six, then the current hand total is 14.

The hand with the highest total in every round is the winner. In the event that two or more hands have the same highest total, the dealer will draw a second hand. The value of the second hand will be applied to the remaining hands until there’s a unique highest score to determine the winner.