- Play Seven and a Half against various CPUs (2 to 5 players)
- Different game modes: With bets and points
- HD deck (high resolution)
- Sound effects
- Includes game explanation and help
- Configurable: card size and resolution, deck color, sound, speed, markers, mat color, card number size, ...
- Records: Games, rounds, best and worst game, ... (includes world ranking)
- Achievements: Many challenges that allow you to get experience points
- Allows you to save and load the game
- Allows you to play horizontally and vertically
- Can be moved to SD card
- The players who obtain a higher score than the bank without going over win the round. The cards are worth their face value except the faces that are worth half a point.
- In the game, a covered card is initially dealt for each player. Players decide whether to continue playing or stand. If a player goes over seven and a half, she loses. The bank plays last and beats all the players who have obtained the same or lower score or who have passed.
Seven and a half point count:
- Playing for bets, players receive from the bank the value of their bet if they win or give their bet to the bank if they lose
- Playing for points the players who win the bench get a point and if they do not lose it. The bank obtains a point for each player that it beats and loses it for each player that it beats.
- If a player gets seven and a half he receives double his bet or two points
Through the customization options, the player can modify certain rules of the game to adapt them to their liking or to the variant they are used to playing. Among other:
- Maximum number of rounds
- Minimum and maximum bet
- Method of placing bets