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(Aeonite)   Online Blackjack game with great graphics (Flash)   ( rustedfaith.com) divider line
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702 clicks; posted to Main » on 11 Feb 2001 at 1:59 AM (17 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2001-02-11 02:35:34 AM  
Sorry, this is Blackjack, not poker.

And I was psyched, too.
2001-02-11 02:49:36 AM  
Oops. Got my wires crossed. Was having phone conversation about something else, writing email about poker and surfing web on blackjack site when I posted this. Maybe Drew will fix it. :>
2001-02-11 02:50:41 AM  
But aren''t the graphics farking amazing?
2001-02-11 03:47:31 AM  
Indeed, the graphics are something to behold. I''ll give you that much.
2001-02-11 06:21:39 AM  
The artwork is truly awesome, but the intuitiveness of the interface sucks big-time.
2001-02-11 01:35:45 PM  
Timothy: I was going to say something like that, but I wasn''t in the mood to crush Aeonite''s soul last night. He seemed so very proud of it...

But today is a new day!
2001-02-11 01:43:57 PM  
I wasn''t talking about the site proper, just the Blackjack game. That, at least, has a fairly simple interface. I''ll readily admit that the rest of the site is a bit difficult to navigate. But I''m so busy admiring the shiny things that I usually don''t worry about that part.
2001-02-11 03:55:43 PM  
Def. impressive graphics and all. Cool site. The only problem I had was that even in full screen mode I still couldn''t see everything at the same time. Kept having to slide over and up, etc. to see it all.
2001-02-11 08:44:55 PM  
To be honest, I wasn''t even able to complete a single hand; I couldn''t figure out how to peek at my own cards.

After a minute of trying this and that I just gave up.

Nice artwork, though.
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