IRVING, Texas, Dec. 27, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- For more than 200 years, the 52-card deck has been the only choice of playing cards (in our favorite gaming destinations). The enduring value of the 52-card deck is (in part) rooted in the wealth it has created. This is particularly true in games such as Poker, Blackjack, Baccarat, and Pai Gow. This new deck of playing cards, "4-SCORE-PRO," offers an exciting, new wealth-building platform.
The first game to use the "4-SCORE-PRO" deck of cards is named "Home Card." This creative, new game was designed specifically for the gaming industry. After the game was converted into an electronic format, it was submitted to Apple for review and approval. To the inventors' delight and exhilaration, on December 13, 2010, Apple approved Home Card (version 1.1) to be sold in the iTunes Store.
Exceeding expectations, the game has already been sold in a variety of different countries. Some of those countries are listed below:
- United States
- United Arab Emirates
In addition, the game of Home Card has already received some great customer reviews. A reprint of the first review is shown below. The other reviews are located in the iTunes Store. Plus, they are reprinted at http://www.4scorepro.com.
The 1st Customer Review: by BigRed1187
"I love this game! It is so different from any other card game. The instructional video was very helpful & now I can't stop playing!"
The Game of Home Card:
Home Card is a new casino card game that combines some of the best features of Poker, Blackjack, and Craps. Using a unique deck of cards (known as "4-SCORE-PRO"), players are offered a new experience: a casino card game that does not use the traditional 52-card deck.
The objective of the game is to defeat the computer player. If you match any number on more cards than the computer player, you win. Of course, the game does provides a few twists and turns. For this reason, visit our website at (http://www.4scorepro.com) to view the "How To Play" videos.
By the way, the game of Home Card was designed specifically for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and the iPad. It is currently available in the iTunes Store.
If you have any questions or comments, just send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. In fact, the inventors urge you to add your voice to the conversation. Your comments provide the chance to constantly improve the game of Home Card. By the way, in the next few days, the company will have a Facebook page. Then, you will be able to exchange comments with other players. The Facebook page will be named Home Card.
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