Pidro Multiplayer Card Game

Contains adsIn-app purchases
4.0
1.08K reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

FREE to play! Get immersed in the world of Pidro, an entertaining 2 vs 2 team playing card game. The game features a beautifully designed, intuitive UI, a tutorial to get you started with Pidro, tons of achievements and statistics that keep track of your progress as a player.

Pidro is a team game that is easy and fun to play. The game is closely related to other card games like Pedro, Cinch, 63 and 83. The overall idea of Pidro is similar to Bridge, in that the game consists of two phases:

The game is played with a normal 52-card deck without jokers.

And if you aren’t familiar with Pidro, the game offers you the chance to practice in single player mode - and whenever you’re ready, you can play online against real people in real-time.

When you do go online, you can search for available seats, and even create your own tables (private and public) and invite friends to play a round of Pidro. If you want to keep your game private, you can protect your table with a password.

The game is suitable for both beginners and more experienced players, and we update frequently to iron out any bugs that our users report to us.

Top Features include:

Play Pidro online together with friends
Create your own tables and invite friends to play!
Simple tutorial for beginners
Play again AI - Singleplayer
Private and public Tables
Password-protected tables
Fair Play functions
Achievements, can you get them all?
FREE to play!
Updated on
Nov 2, 2021

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4.0
1.08K reviews
Laura Williams
June 9, 2020
To be honest the game has some glitches I wish they would fix, being a pedro / pidro player for over 40 years I don't see why this happens. Issue (1) when the game is over you have a option to continue playing if your on a league table or hit the home option to go back and find a new table. The problem is if someone doesn't do anything it puts that person back on the table automatically, then when the table is full you have to wait 3+ minutes for that person to drop off. We wait long enough to fill a table we should not have to wait longer because the app doesn't know what to do with the person when it should automatically just drop them, allowing them to pick a new table. Issue (2) There is a "Good Try" and a "Un Lucky" tab, seems redundant and personally telling someone their "Un Lucky" is a insult, they should keep the "Good Try" and change the Un Lucky to "Nail Biter" there are many times the game is so close it is a nail biter. Issue (3) When you know you are going to do maintenance on the program, since you have everyone's email, you should send out a mass email to registered players that the game will be down and another when you bring it back up. Issue (4) You should eliminate the option to chat during the game and allow players the ability to chat before the game which sometimes takes forever. I'm from California and most players I play with are from Louisiana or Finland, it also eliminates the opportunity for players to bully and use vulgar language at other players. Then add a few more. preset tabs like "Great Comeback" "Good Catch" this will move the game along much faster and keeping other players who are not interested from dropping the table. Otherwise I love the game and all the new friends I've met playing. I'd love to hear back from the administrators of the game. Thank you for listening.
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Linus Sundström
October 11, 2020
The core gameplay is what I would expect. The issues around it however make it a frustrating experience. Around 20% of games I join fail to start due to me being kicked from the table after a minute due to "connectivity issues". I have a good and stable connection. Also, if a player leaves the table during the game it will get stuck in limbo waiting for someone new to join, which rarely happens. Eventually the players only option is to leave taking a hit to winrate and fair play statistics.
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Robin Ludvig Isomaa
May 31, 2021
Overall a good app, but there's one huge problem: if one player leaves or disconnects in the middle of a game, the others have to wait until a new player joins before they can finish the game. This means that if a player rage quits when they're losing, the other team can't win and if they leave after waiting for a new player that never comes, it counts as a loss. The CPU is a good player, and this problem could be fixed by automatically replacing disconnected players for example after 2 minutes.
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What's new

- Server fixes
- Facebook login fix