Good, solid implementation of Piquet (and the only one on the Play Store so far) with all the rules implemented. I really liked it. The AI does a decent job playing out the trick-taking phase (some slip-ups here and there), but it is notably far too reluctant at the exchange phase as the elder hand. It would be able to form much stronger declarations and win more often if it played more aggressively as the elder hand. As an added note, it would be nice to have the rules and basic strategy tips built into the app for beginners.
Enjoyable Good implementation of Piquet. Recommended. I should add that this app doesn't teach you how to play or help you with play (you can find Windows software which does that) but that is not a criticism. It would be good to be able to see a breakdown of scoring after a hand. Personally I would pay for an ad-free version of this app - though the ads do not spoil the experience.
Looks great! Recent update has fixed the first trick bug, and now everything seems to work really well. AI good enough to provide reasonable game.
Addictive and simple. This game is very fun, addictive, and great for casual play. The computer opponent makes a lot of errors with the default settings, but the "AI Level" setting evidently counteracts this. Well done!
The best two-handed card game of all time! Along with pinochle... I hope the developers keep supporting and improving it. The layout and feel is exemplary. Even the adds aren't intrusive (so far).
Computer AI Is the computer hardest at level 1 or level 3?
- fixed the problem of the first trick
- modified the image layout
- fixed the problem of the Screen Orientation option
- changed the images
- added the options
- modified the behavior of the AI
- added the Zoom option
- added the Card Images option
- fixed the problem of loading images
- fixed the problem of screen orientation
- modified the AI of the level 3