Cryptologic casinos have one crap game which can be played alone or at a multi-player table. They are one of only two software providers we have found that let you roll the dice with your mouse. This is probably more of a novelty than an advantage but it is a nice option to have.
Cryptologic have done a good job with their craps as all pay outs are standard. The only slight variation in rules is the fact that the double odds are always in relation to the bet not the amount that can be won. There is also no option to place Buy or Lay bets.
The game interface shows a half table and only has one button to roll. You can choose to bet the shooter or have the dice rolled automatically. We like the fact that the bet type and payoff is shown when you hover over the betting area. A multi-player option is also available. Limits start at $1.
All cryptologic casinos have now closed and the popular crap game that they offered is no longer available at any online casinos.
Also known as Wagerlogic, Cryptologic was started in 1995 right at the dawn of online gambling. They are a publicly listed company on the Toronto Stock Exchange and have an excellent reputation and proven track record. All casinos using the software are licensed in Malta.
The casinos use E-Cash Direct for all financial transactions and have securely processed over US$60 billion in transactions since the first casino using the software - InterCasino opened in 1996. All Cryptologic casinos have a proven track record and a great reputation.