Snap the card game can be played in 3 modes
1) 1 player (Where you play Snap against Ekraft)
2) 2 player (Where you play Snap against your friend)
3) Automatic (The deck for both players open automatically here and you only need to concentrate on Snapping the Cards when they match)
Supports multi-player by using the excellent Playrock Social Application to play against your friends old and new. Search the market for Playrock or get it from: -
Use the Options screen to change difficulty level to test your reaction time, change the deck backing or even the color of the table.
"Snap Challenge offers a fresh take on a very classical notion—games played with a standard 52 card deck—and the results are quite phenomenal." – AndroidAppsReview.com
There are 31 unique snap-cards in the deck, each with six normal playing cards on them, but for any two snap-cards there is always only one playing card that matches. You have to find that card faster than your opponents to beat them, and tap on the matching card to win that snap-card. If an opponent beats you to it, their snap-card will now be on top so you have to look for the new matching card.
Play in single player mode and beat your score, or challenge friends or random opponents to a multiplayer online game. Jokers can be played during the game to get an advantage - block an opponent, have a free go, or remove two wrong cards.
Choose between two playing modes - discard or grab. With discard you start with the same number of snap-cards each and have to get rid of them quicker than your opponents. With grab all the snap-cards are in the middle and you have to grab as many as you can.
If you love Windows Solitaire, you're going to love Solitaire by Brainium even more!
Solitaire by Brainium is from the makers of one of the most popular solitaire card games on the iTunes App Store for iPhone, iPad, and iPod.
We've kept Solitaire true to the spirit of the classic game (also known as Klondike or Patience), and crafted a carefully designed app with sharp and clean visuals. We specifically optimized the game for Android phones and tablets of all screen sizes, for an unmatched solitary experience. For a personal touch, you can also become the star of your own Solitare game and select your own photos to create custom backgrounds and decks of cards.
If you love Solitaire, Spider Solitaire, Freecell, or any other Patience card games, don't miss out on the best Solitaire for your phone and tablet! Just give the game a try, and we promise Solitaire by Brainium is the most beautiful and user friendly Solitaire game you've played before.
♠ Klondike Solitaire Draw 1 card
♠ Klondike Solitaire Draw 3 cards
♠ NO Advertisements
♠ Portrait and Landscape
♠ Game Statistics
♠ Vegas scoring
♠ Custom themes from your own photos
♠ Auto complete
♠ Leader boards and Achievements
♠ Phone and Tablet support
♠ Install to SD card ( App2SD )
If you enjoy our Solitaire App, check out our other card games: Spider Solitaire and FreeCell
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Whilst we are more than happy to investigate potential issues please can you ensure you provide the Deal Id/number, the selected bidding conventions (if not the default ones) and the dealer of a hand so we can at least play the hand here to investigate further.
Bridge is played by four players who form two partnerships. Players within a partnership face each other across the bridge table. Traditionally, the players are referred to by the points of the compass - North, East, South and West. The two partnerships are North/South and East/West. Games are played to the best of three. The winner is said to have won the "rubber". A game ends when one partnership scores 100 or more points below the line.
This game is free to download and contains adverts to generate revenue, much like commercial tv. It contains a single In App Purchase to remove the adverts.
* Top free Bridge game, now with super strong card play engine.
* Comprehensive Bid analyser
* Supports 5 card majors, strong 2 clubs, weak 1NT, Jacoby Transfers, weak-2bids and 2NT 11-12 points conventions.
* Automatically supports and plays Stayman, Gerber, Blackwood conventions.
* Choice of multiple card sets, card backs, card tables and backgrounds.
* Uses the Rubber scoring system.
* Extensive score card information.
* Ability to locate deals matching many bidding criteria
* Auto bidding.
* Auto card play.
* Full undo and redo of all bids and cards played.
Why does Bridge take some time to calculate a card to play:
Very simplistically, but to give some idea of the problem domain: At trick 7 there are 28 cards remaining. 28 cards can be arranged in 28! (28 factorial) ways. This is the outer limit of the number of permutations of the cards at this point. A player can see 14 cards, their own and dummys. This leaves 14 cards in unknown locations. 14! = 87 thousand million, or 6 days of processing if you can process 10 million per second.
Bridge has perfect knowledge of all the bids and cards played to that point. It knows how many of each suit are remaining + how many 'points' each hand will have used. E.g. if a hand opened the bidding and has played 8 HCP worth of cards it should still have some high cards left. If you have played 2 rounds of Clubs and it can see 4 within its own hand and dummy then someone must be void.
It can therefore deduce approximately where the remaining cards are likely to be. This enables Bridge to reduce the computation time down from potentially days to secs on an average device. In short it can eliminate a significant number of the permutations.
Why does Bridge need to do this.
If you consider how you play, assume you are South, North is dummy.
Generally your thought process is if I play X, what will E play so I can play Y from dummy + what will W play in response. A classic example being a finesse where you are looking for the probability of winning either one or both tricks to know whether it makes sense to play the cards in a particular order.
This is exactly the process the new Bridge engine is performing thus enabling it to play a stronger game.
We fully appreciate the consequence of the new engine is it can take time to choose a card to play at tricks 7, 8 and possibly 9 depending on the hand, device and cards already played. We also appreciate that not everyone may want a stronger engine which is why there is a Game preference to switch off the new engine.
We hope the above gives some insight into the computational complexities surrounding Bridge and helps to answer some of the forum questions around the new engine taking a period of time to choose a card at certain points.
Whether you just want to procrastinate or challenge your brain, take a look at why THIS VERSION of FREE SOLITAIRE blows the rest of the solitare apps off the screen.
- Play free solitaire online or offline - Internet is not required!
- Lush Louvre-quality graphics. Cards and game table are easy to read.
- Intuitive game-play. Kid-friendly!
- Made a mistake? No worries with the undo function.
- Portrait mode or Landscape mode - self-adjusting layouts.
- Multiple card and table top designs.
- Draw 1 or Draw 3 game play.
- Drag & drop or tap-to-play.
- Accommodates EVERY screen size imaginable. From Android phone to high-def tablets.
SOLITAIRE SET-UP (a.k.a PATIENCE, KLONDIKE)
- First, choose from 5 table backgrounds and 2 card backs to suit your personal taste or mood.
- 7 piles of cards are laid from left to right. Each pile contains one more card than the last. The pile on the far left contains a single upturned card; the second pile contains two cards, with each pile to the right containing an additional downturned card.
YOUR GOAL OF THE GAME IS TO...
- Build up a stack of cards starting with Ace and ending with King, all of the same suit.
- Once you achieve this, move the sequence to a "foundation" at the top of the table. This marks the suit as "complete".
- Complete all suits - sequencing from Ace to King - and you win the game!
SOUND CHALLENGING? YOU BET IT IS!
Fortunately, we’ve brainstormed some ways to help you along.
HOW IS THIS FREE SOLITAIRE APP UNIQUE?
- Mistakes happen, you can UNDO your last move.
- Choose to draw 1 or draw 3 cards!
- Are you a righty or lefty? Deal from either the left or right side. Every bit makes a difference.
FUN FACTS ABOUT SOLITAIRE
- Solitaire is of Scandinavian or Baltic origin.
- The original name for Solitare is "cabale" which means "secret knowledge."
- There are over 100s of Solitaire versions - but THIS ONE is the best!
- Free Cell Solitaire was incorporated into Windows 95.
- With a deck of 52 cards, you can play multi-player Solitaire game called "Solitaire poker."
- Solitaire is the most popular form of procrastination when an exam or actual work must get done. Try it yourself!
FIND OUT about our other card game apps by visiting our website!
From Odesys, the makers of the best Solitaire games for Android.
• Standard and Vegas scoring
• Landscape and portrait orientation*
• Unlimited Undo and Redo
• Solvable deals only mode
• Left and Right board layout*
• Adjustable cards size (pinch-to-zoom)*
• Auto save on exit
• Animated cards motion
• Auto collect
• Tablet and Google TV support
• Install on SD card*
* Requires Android 2.2 or newer
Look for other card games by Odesys: FreeCell Solitaire, Spider Solitaire, Pyramid Solitaire, Yukon Solitaire
The object is to take at least the number of tricks that were bid before play of the hand began. The bids and tricks taken are combined for a partnership. Spades is a descendant of the Whist family of card games, which also includes Bridge, Hearts, and Oh, Hell. Its major difference as compared to other Whist variants is that, instead of trump being decided by the highest bidder or at random, the Spade suit is always trump, hence the name.
A standard pack of 52 cards is used ranked from highest to lowest:
A, K, Q, J, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2.
The four players are in fixed partnerships, with partners sitting opposite each other. The first dealer is chosen at random, and the turn to deal rotates clockwise. The cards are shuffled and dealt clockwise.
All four players bid a number of tricks. Each team adds together the bids - number of tricks that team must try to win in order to get a positive score. Everyone must bid a number. Players are not allowed to pass and bids once made cannot be altered. A bid of 0 tricks is known as Nil. This is a declaration that that the player who bid Nil will not win any tricks during the play. There is an extra bonus for this if it succeeds and a penalty if it fails. The partnership also has the objective of winning the number of tricks bid by the Nil's partner.
The player to dealer's left leads any card (except a spade). Each player, in turn, clockwise, must follow suit if able; if unable to follow suit, the player may play any card.
A trick containing a spade is won by the highest spade played; if no spade is played, the trick is won by the highest card of the suit led. The winner of each trick leads to the next. Spades may not be led until either some player has played a spade, or the leader has nothing but spades left in hand.
A side that takes at least as many tricks as its bid calls for receives a score equal to 10 times its bid. Additional tricks (bags) are worth an extra one point each. A side which (over several deals) accumulates 10 or more bags has 100 points deducted from its score. Any bags beyond 10 are carried over to the next cycle. If a side does not make its bid, they lose 10 points for each trick they bid. If a bid of nil is successful, the nil bidder's side receives 100 points addition to the score won (or lost) by the partner of the nil bidder for tricks made. If a bid of nil fails - that is, the bidder takes at least one trick - the bidder's side loses 100 points, but still receives any amount scored for the partner's bid.
The usual rule is that when a nil fails, the tricks won by the nil bidder do not count towards making the partner's bid, but do count as bags for the team. The side which reaches 500 points first wins the game.
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32 cards from a standard 52-card pack are used for play. The cards in every suit rank from high to low: J-9-A-10-K-Q-8-7. The aim of the game is to win tricks containing valuable cards. The values of the cards are:
Jacks 3 points each
Nines 2 points each
Aces 1 point each
Tens 1 point each
Other cards (K, Q, 8, 7) no points
There are some links that can help you to learn the game.
N.B. If you face any problem playing online mode "Quick Game" option, then try "Invite Friends" option and invite your friends to play with you. If they accept your request before you press abort then you can play with them smoothly. Quick game option is little messy as random people came and go and press abort button frequently.
If you can't open or game crash at beginning please update your Google play services. This will solve the problem.
This version is optimized for iPhone and iPod play with cards that are easy to drag and drop, optional right hand grip so that you don’t need to cover the whole screen with your hand when you click for new cards.
To make it more interesting you can choose to only play hands where you are sure that there are solutions as opposed to where the cards are dealt randomly and then they might lock each other.
Compete with yourself in various ways either through conventional scoring or Vegas style, you can also choose to have the scores accumulate to see if you can beat the house. You can of course also try to beat your own best times and moves!
Great, graphics and super smooth animations when you drag the cards as well as the classic animation when you win the game!
And you of course also have the options of drawing 1 or 3 cards and decide to limit the numbers of times you can turn the deck.
Can you think of any better way to clear your head after a long day than by sitting down to play your favorite Solitaire classic card game? Better yet, wouldn’t you love to play said game on your phone or tablet through an easy to use and fun app? Well, wish no longer! These are the exact things you’ll get when you download Solitaire classic card game by Brilliant Labs for free, a game packed with great features, including:
• Landscape and portrait Solitaire card game play
• Play unlimited number of free solitaire games
• Solitaire Draw One card game (classic klondike mode)
• Solitaire Draw Three cards game (also a classic klondike mode)
• Right and left handed layouts on both phone and tablet
• Autocomplete to finish a solved solitaire game
• Stunning graphics and animations that you are going to love
• Easy to read cards with a beautiful vintage look-and-feel
• Undo last move
• Beautiful wooden background
• Show or hide timer option for your Solitaire game
• Automatic game save and resume
• Drag and drop to move cards
• Double tap to quickly send cards to foundation
• Classic standard Solitaire scoring system and rules (also known as Patience and Klondike)
• Solitaire Draw One Stats: Best score, best times and number of games won
• Solitaire Draw Three Stats: Best score, best times and number of games won
• Designed for tablet and phone
• Crafted with love in London and San Francisco
Solitaire classic card game by Brilliant Labs background:
The free Solitaire classic card game by Brilliant Labs is the #1 card game. Our app gives you the original true solitaire experience (this game is also known as Patience and Klondike). If you love the classic Solitaire, Klondike Solitaire, Spider Solitaire, Freecell or any other classic patience card game, you are going to love it on your Android phone and tablet.
Have fun with solitaire classic card game!
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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*** NOTE: This is not a game by itself. It can be used for games that require you drawing a card at random (drinking games, etc.) ***
Tap the card to pick another, and when all the deck has been picked you press the reset button and start again!
Great for drinking games such as Ring of Fire, etc.
Free Version with ads. Check my other applications for an ad-free version priced at £1.00
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Built against the 1.6 SDK so should work on all versions of android 1.6+
It is based on the Spanish card game Tute. It's more adictive than a solitarie and funnier than other card games.
Tute is a two players card game. In this game only two player version is available.
In this version you have to choose the best card to play between your 6 or 8 cards. Do it your best to win the smart AI based on traditional bar players.
Now you can play with a friend via bluetooth
It is said that only 2% of the population is able of finding the solution. I am not sure however, if this percentage refers to the people that are able to solve the puzzle without using a pen and a paper (or a computer). This is indeed very difficult and requires a beyond the average ability to hold too many pieces of information in one's mind at the same time.
This application provides an easier way to solve the puzzle. It presents the rules and the board in the same screen and allows you to easily make selections. It highlights red or green a rule automatically, when it is violated or fulfilled. It also offers easier variations of the puzzles, with fewer houses and properties.
German: Anne Leist
The new permission is introduced in order to integrate Scoreloop
- Play the classic game as well as many variations
- Square, Square with diagonal moves and triangular boards supported
- Select one out of 3 different themes
- Create and play your own boards
- Machine search for a solution. Works both for built-in and custom boards. It may be slow for big boards.
In Suspense you need to throw all your cards away. Players take turns in throwing one card after one other. The card thrown must have the same number or color with the card down on the table.
The application includes detailed instructions. Currently two-players games are supported - you play against the computer. The application keeps scores and allows you to define different player profiles.
When fruits are falling, slide your device to move the basket and catch them. Alternatively you can touch at the point, where you want the basket to move. An out of season fruit is worth 1 point. In-season fruits are worth double. Try to catch falling stars for bonus points. Avoid bad apples, which will decrease your score.