- Play the Liar against several CPUs (3 to 5 players)
- Different game modes: Liar (playing for value), distrust (playing for stick)
- Two levels of difficulty
- HD deck (high resolution)
- Sound effects
- Includes explanation of the game and help
- Configurable: Size and resolution cards, color deck, sound, speed, markers, color mat and markers, size numbers cards, see number cards on the table, ...
- Records: Games, hands, better and worse hand, ... (includes world ranking)
- Achievements: Multitude of challenges that allow to obtain experience points
- Record and load the game
- Allows playing horizontally and vertically
- Can be moved to SD card
- The game wins before the number of points established
- The game develops in hands in which all the cards are dealt. Players in turn must try to get rid of all their cards by claiming that they are of value or distrusting the previous player's claim (in this case, if the statement was true, the cards on the table are left by the player that I distrust and if not it was the player who lied).
Liar point count:
- The player who first gets rid of his cards wins the hand, which gives him a point.
- In a game the first player who reaches the points established in the personalization wins (by default 3)
Through the personalization options, the player can modify certain rules of the game to adapt them to his taste or to the variant he usually plays. Among other:
- Split end points: 1, 3 (default) or 5 points
- Eliminate doses by playing three players (so that all players initially receive the same number of cards)
- Play the cards one on one or several at a time
- Eliminate cards of the same value when a player has them all