With numerous variations like Uno™ and Phase10™, Crazy Eights is definitely the most successful card game in the world. In order to win, you’ll need the right strategy and a good hand. Every round is different, so Crazy Eights always offers unlimited possibilities for gaming fun!
The ground rules are simple and easy to learn – Crazy Eights is played in many different places in many different ways, so our version lets you create and adjust every imaginable rule: number of cards, playing direction, jokers, redrawing and much more…
Play on two difficulty levels against up to 4 opponents.
Crazy Eights is the perfect game for everyone who likes to play Uno™, Phase 10™, rummy, hearts or skat. A must for all card players!
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You've seen variations on this game in other playing card diversions, such as: UNO, Last One, and Rummy. While the concept of CRAZY8s has assumed many other names one thing is certain - THIS VERSION is as fresh as they come!
- Play crazy eights online or offline - Internet is not required!
- No squinting! Graphics of cards and game table are large and clear.
- Simple rules - suitable for kids and family-friendly.
- Multiple game variations - Crazy Jacks and Crazy Aces!
- Two player or four player games (vs. computer).
- See how you rank in the list of crazies on the Leaderboard.
- Go bonkers with the Achievements based on number of victories.
- Scoring is set. No number crunching required.
- Compatible with Android phones and tablets.
HOW TO PLAY CRAZY EIGHTS
- Choose from two or four players (CPU play).
- Each player is dealt 8 cards.
- The remaining cards are placed face down on the gaming table. This is the "stockpile."
- One card is revealed face-up and game play begins!
- Shed your cards, matching the rank or suit of the revealed card...
- ...if you CANNOT discard a card during your turn, then draw a card from the stockpile.
YOUR GOAL IN CRAZY EIGHTS
Shed your cards as quickly as possible by matching the rank or suit with the top card on the discard pile. The player who sheds all their cards first, WINS.
AND HERE'S THE FUN PART:
When a player plays an EIGHT, he must decide the suit for the next turn. Subsequent players must follow the named suit or play an eight.
CRAZY8s is a FAST MOVING, HEART-IN-YOUR-THROAT game you will want to play again and again - all the way to the Looney Bin!
CRAZY EIGHTS is family-friendly. Great for kids! Instructions are simple enough for enjoyable play upon the very first game!
CRAZY EIGHTS offers MULTIPLE VARIATIONS.
CRAZY JACKS: Instead of eights, choose to make Jacks wild.
CRAZY ACES: Swap out eights for Aces for more crazy fun.
HOW TO SCORE?
Points are totaled at the end of the game. CRAZY EIGHTS app automatically calculates the final score based on the remaining cards in your opponent(s) hands.
Cards are worth as follows:
- CRAZY EIGHT = 50 points
- FACE CARD = 10 points
- SPOT CARD = points equal to face value
Your final game score is added to the previous scores on the Leaderboard.
WHERE DOES CRAZY EIGHTS COME FROM?
The name "Crazy Eights" charts back to the 1940s. The term was coined in the military, designating mentally unstable soldiers. Today, you don't have to have a screw loose in order to enjoy the CRAZY EIGHTS game!
The game requires a minimum of 2 players. Each player is initially dealt seven cards face down.
The goal of the game is to be the first to play all the cards in your hand. Players take in turn in a clockwise order. At each turn, a player either plays a card, or takes a card from the deck and then plays the card.
* Each player gets 7 cards.
* Card to be played must match rank or suit (unless it's an eight)
* An eight can always be played and the player is allowed to choose a new suit.
* When no card can be played the player must draw cards until a playable card is drawn.
* The first player with an empty hand wins the hand and the winning score is calculated from the hand of the player that loses.
* The game ends when a player reaches 300 points.
Bitmaps for card faces was generated from:
Vectorized Playing Cards 1.3- http://code.google.com/p/vectorized-playing-cards/
Copyright 2011 - Chris Aguilar
Licensed under LGPL 3 - www.gnu.org/copyleft/lesser.html
Why Should You Download It:
1: It is a simple and easy to play game.
2: If you don’t know anything about cards, DON’T WORRY, you will learn in no time.
3: You will surely have fun when you play this cool game.
How Points Are Given:
When one of the player’s hand is empty, then that player gets points according to the ranks of the remaining cards of the other player.
Rank (8) = Points (20)
Rank (1 - 10) = Points (1-10) [Except rank 8 ]
i.e., Rank 1 = Point 1, Rank 2 = Point 2, so on.
Rank (11 - 13) = Points (10) [i.e., Rank 11 = Points 10, Rank 12 = Points 10 and so on]
Note: A= 1, J = 11, Q = 12, K = 13
Please download this game and play. Please share it with your friends, colleagues, brothers, sisters, parents (and enemies :) ) however possible by a share button included in the game.
Crazy Eights is 100% free game. There is no pop-up or full screen ads. There is no stupid in-app purchase as well.
Players discard by matching rank or suit with the top card of the discard pile, starting with the player left of the dealer. If a player is unable to match the rank or suit of the top card of the discard pile and does not have an eight, he
draws one card from the stockpile. If he has a card he can play it otherwise the turn passes to the next player.still doesn't have a card, he passes a turn to a next player. When a player plays an eight, he or she must declare the suit that the next player is to play.
As an example: Once the six of clubs is played the next player can:
1. play any of the other sixes
2. play any of the clubs
3. play any eight (must declare the suit)
4. draw from the stockpile
Points are incurred for any cards left on hand at the end of a round - 25pts for an eight,
10pts for a face card, and face value for a spot card. Game over once looser reaches 100 pts,
at that point the winner is the one with lowest score.
Both SinglePlayer and OnLine MultiPlayer are supported.
The game is fully 3D.
It's very easy to play and it's very addictive.
If you are fan of Uno game you going to love this game.
Change view, you can Zoom, Pan and Rotate the table
Change Computer Level (by default Computer is set to Medium Level)
Change number of players in game, from 3 to 6 players games are supported
SinglePlayer play against the Computer/s
OnLine MultiPlayer play against friends (or enemies :))
Facebook and GooglePlus integration
Track Score and Statistics
Crazy Eights is a shedding-type card game. The object of the game is to be the first to get rid of all the player's cards to a discard pile. The game is considered a pre-extension of Switch, Mau Mau and Uno, much favoured in schools during the 1970s.
Also commonly referred to as 8s, the game has 3 basic action cards:
- 8's allow you to change suit, (can be placed on top of any card)
- 2's make the opponent pick up two, or can be stacked
- A's skip the opponents turn
Crazy Eights overview
Eight cards are dealt to each player. Players discard by matching rank or suit with the top card of the discard pile, starting with the player left of the dealer. If a player is unable to match the rank or suit of the top card of the discard pile and does not have an eight, he draws one card from the stockpile. If he has a card he can play it otherwise the turn passes to the next player. If still doesn't have a card, he passes a turn to a next player. When a player plays an eight, he or she must declare the suit that the next player is to play.
As an example: Once the six of clubs is played the next player can:
- play any of the other sixes
- play any of the clubs
- play any eight (must declare the suit)
- draw from the stockpile
Points are incurred for any cards left on hand at the end of a round - 25pts for an eight, 10pts for a face card, and face value for a spot card. Game over once looser reaches 100 pts, at that point the winner is the one with lowest score.
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Crazy Eights is a shedding-type card game. The first player that successfully discards all of his or her cards wins the round. The first player to reach 300 points wins the game.
A regular 52-card deck is used and players take turns. Players can successfully discard cards by matching the rank or suit of the last discarded card. If the player has no playable cards, then he or she must draw cards from the middle pile until a playable card is drawn. 8's are considered wild cards and can be played on top of any card. The player that discards an 8 can set the acceptable suit for the next turn.
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The player has to match the card in the discard pile either by value or color. For example, if the card is a blue 8, player must throw down a blue card or any color 8. Or the player can throw down a Wild * card. If the player doesn't have anything to match, he must pick a card from the stock pile. If he can play what is drawn, great. Otherwise, play moves to the next person.
The first player to get rid of his/her last card ("going out") wins the hand and scores points for the cards held by the other players. Number cards count their face value, all action cards count twenty, and Wild and Wild Draw Four cards count fifty.
- Cards with runes or digits
- Up to 3 computer opponents
- Play on desktop as browser game: https://runo-game.appspot.com
- Online multiplayer game
- Highlighting of possible moves
- Player rankings
- With 'Go Back' button you can revert the last card move
- Clear user interface design optimized for mobile devices
- Light weight implementation with only 5MB to download
Crazy8 Twister has been inspired by the Crazy Eights and the multiple variations of Crazy Eights. The game is also known as "Mau-Mau".
This game brings in the fun with a new action card called Twister. Twister card helps the player shield them from Draw2 when they are in Twister Protection Mode.
The game supports all the existing action cards like Draw2, Skip, Reverse, Wild and Draw4
Single player supports the following game options
Play in 2 player or 4 player mode
Two win conditions Score/Rounds
Customise score to 250/500/1000 or 3/5/10 rounds
Draw mode with "Draw and Play" or "Draw and Skip"
Play with Twister card On/Off