Play to the popular French Tarot card game, against opponents simulated by an high-level artificial intelligence.
All official rules are handled :
- Play at 3, 4 or 5 players.
- Declare Handful.
- Declare Misere.
- Lead one trump to the last trick.
- Announce a slam.
*** HD GRAPHICS ***
Easy to use, the game is very fast and responsive, with card animation for a more realistic gameplay, and hd graphics.
*** AN HIGH-LEVEL ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ***
Your opponents are simulated by an high-level artificial intelligence, that knows the common strategies used in tarot card game. Therefore the game is very realistic, close to game with real players, and the challenge is high.
*** A CUSTOMIZABLE APPLICATION ***
- Play counter-clockwise or clockwise
- Play with or without misere.
- Play with or without Small contract.
- Change the player's name.
- Change the speed of the game
*** AN APPLICATION THAT WILL MAKE YOU BECOME BETTER ***
A section with statistics is included in the application, allowing you to monitor the evolution of our performances.
For beginners, rules of French Tarot are also included into the application.
Finally, you can at the end of the round see all the tricks, and replay the round if you want, to train and try new strategies.
For any question regarding the application : email@example.com
Have fun playing Tarot !
By the same publisher : Heart card game.
This app is Tarot Card of CW TV series Supernatural.
the character that are contained in each card is a character of Supernatural.
If you want to buy a real paper tarot, please use this site.
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The games uses a 25 card deck of 5 of each suit. Using the Fisher–Yates shuffle, the next card is chosen randomly.
Updates will be added to improve the game. Suggestions are welcome @ firstname.lastname@example.org
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Zener cards are cards used to conduct experiments for extra-sensory perception (ESP), most often clairvoyance. Perceptual psychologist Karl Zener designed the cards in the early 1930s for experiments conducted with his colleague, parapsychologist J. B. Rhine.