Still working on the game.
* Better AI.
* Multi player.
* Misère (nullo).
* Some other little improvements.
Player bid on how many tricks they can take based upon the hand dealt to them and the highest bid gets the chance to win the hand and the points.
In this version you have a computer partner playing against two computer opponents. The characteristics of your partner can be configured to suit your style of play. Your partner can be an aggressive bidder, moderate or conservative, as your desire.
Other options include
- Ability to tailor the playing of Misere
- Ability to tailor the rules according to local preferences
- Large Card display for smaller screens
- Ability to control game speed
- Ability to turn on/off game sounds
- Option to play 3 or 5 card kitty
Here are some tips on playing the game...
- Don't forget that when there is a trump suit, the highest trump is the joker , followed by the jack of the trump suit (right bower), the other jack of the same colour (left bower), then Ace, King, Queen, 10, 9, etc. down to 5 or 4.Therefore, if say, hearts are trumps, then the jack of diamonds in considered to be a heart for that hand. If diamonds are trumps, the jack of hearts becomes a diamond, conversely. This does not apply for a No Trumps or Misere Bid, naturally.
- The minimum number of tricks that can be bid is six. If you bid say "six hearts", you are saying that with your partner's help, you will try to win at least six tricks with hearts as trumps. How many hearts say would you need to feel confident of making a six hearts bid? There are plenty of thoughts about the bidding process available online, and you need to take the strength of your offsuit into account, ie. do you have many aces?, but as a general guide, perhaps 4 hearts would be a good start.
- If you win the bid, you get to pick up kitty, and need to discard any 3 (or 5) cards from the 13 available to you. As a guide, it is often a good idea to try to rid yourself of an offsuit of which you have no high cards, so that if that suit is led by the opposition during the hand, you are in a position to trump them if required.
- During play, if you are trying to make a bid, it is often a good idea to try to extract trumps from the opposition early in the hand, so that when it comes to playing your offsuit later, they are not in a position to trump your aces. But if you are trying to stop a bid being made, it is also a good idea to not lead trumps back to the opposition if you can help it, try to keep the precious trumps for trumping offsuit.
- When you can't follow the suit that was led, are you aren't looking to trump, you are said to be discarding. You should try to discard a low card from your strongest offsuit first, and your partner will pick up on this and believe that this suit is perhaps the best to lead to you later.
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Note to Samsung users who can't seem to access any menus, that these can be accessed by long pressing the bottom right "recent apps" button on the device.
Each player is dealt ten cards, with three cards set aside as the kitty. Each player then has an opportunity to bid or pass depending on how many tricks they think they can win. Players are awarded points if they win the number of tricks bid, and lose points if they fail to do so. The game ends when one team bids, wins their bid, and reaches at least 500 points; or if a team "goes out the back door" by reaching -500 points.
In this version you play with a computer partner, and two computer opponents. There are many variations of the rules of five hundred, the rules used in this game may be found here: http://www.pagat.com/euchre/500.html.
A paid version of this game is currently in development. If you have any suggestions for changes or new features to include in the paid version, or you have noticed a problem with this version that might require an update, you can send feedback to this address: email@example.com.
Ever gone away for that summer holiday with a bunch of friends, sat down for a round of 500 and then realised that you forgot to bring a pen and paper so you spend the whole game struggling to remember the score (while struggling to remember how much that bid of 8 diamonds is worth or whether clubs is higher than spades)?
This simple and stylish application makes it easy to keep track of score while playing 500 and record the results of previous games.
- Ability to choose team names and player names.
- Easy bid selection (just takes 4 taps!).
- Accurate calculations (takes into account all the subtleties of scoring games: 10 points per trick for the non bidding team, 250 points if you win all 10 tricks but didn't bid high enough, can't win by exceeding 500 points without winning the bid).
- Scoring options (whether to score the 250 points bonus, when to award points to the non-bidding team - request more if required!)
- Ability to delete previous hands, rounds and matches (in case you've been drinking a little too much wine and accidentally tapped the wrong buttons).
- Keeps track of all your previous games (so you can see who won the most rounds during that week away).
Keywords: 500, five hundred, fivehundred, score, scoring, scorer, scorecard
Now with Facebook integration! Personalize your game, earn experience with every game, never lose your statistics! Your statistics are now stored in the cloud and shared between all your devices.
• Realistic gameplay and graphics
• Intuitive single player gameplay
• 3 difficulty options and more coming soon!
• Extensive Statistics, including games and hands breakdown.
• Facebook integration - personalize your game and save your progress.
- Extensive how to play guide.
- All bid types available (including Closed Misere and Open Misere).
- Advanced CPU players.
- Ability to change individual CPU player difficulties.
- Different table styles.
If you have any suggestions, issues or other feedback, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and if necessary I will try to get an update out asap.
Enjoy playing Five Hundred!
NOTE: If you are having problems with winning the bid you need to go to your phone's Settings->Developer Options and turn "Don't keep activities" to OFF. Five Hundred uses multiple activities so having this ON will cause problems. These settings should only be altered by developers for the purpose of testing apps. if your aim is to not keep apps in memory then get an app killer because your messing with the wrong thing!
Five Hundred 500 bridge card cards game spades hearts clubs diamonds euchre bidding bid trumps trick tricks
This beta version uses the U.S. rules and features great things like:
- A computer AI who will play with you
- No ads or network usage
- Tracks your wins/losses
This is a work in progress. Feel free to include suggestions, desired features, or AI improvements on the forum:
NOTE: If your device lacks a menu button, touch anywhere in the app's black space to open the menu.
Generally this follows U.S. 500 rules with scoring variation adapted at the University of Minnesota to reduce the relative strength of Nula hands to No Trump hands.
Refer online for US 500 rules. A summary listing key points follows:
Use the menu to start a “New Game”.
Players are each dealt 10 cards. There are two teams (opposite players).
When it is your bid, use the arrows to raise or lower your bid and click ‘Submit Bid’.
A ‘6’ bid is a hint “inkle”; if all players bid 6, the cards are re-dealt. It generally hints at a single jack of that suit, or either a single joker or two aces if no trump.
A bid of 7 or more of a suit means you and your partner must take that many tricks with that suit as trump. Joker is high, then right jack, left jack (other jack of same color), ace, on down to 4.
The bid order of suits is Spades, Clubs, Diamonds, Hearts, No Trump
You must always either pass or submit a higher bid to continue. Bidding only goes around the table once.
A “NT” bid (No Trump) is played with Ace as high. The only trump card is the joker. If the joker is led, the suit must be declared.
A “NU” (Nula) bid falls between 7 spades and 7 no trump. The only trump card is the joker. If the joker is led, the suit must be declared. The partner sits out in Nula. You must receive no tricks to win the bid.
A “GN” (Grand Nula) bid falls between 8 spades and 8 no trump. The only trump card is the joker. If the joker is led, the suit must be declared. The partner sits out in Grand Nula. You must receive no tricks to win the bid. Your hand is played face up starting on the second trick.
A “DN” (Double Nula) bid falls between 9 spades and 9 no trump. The only trump card is the joker. If the joker is led, the suit must be declared. You and your partner must receive no tricks to win the bid.
When you win the bid, you exchange 5 cards with the blind. In double nula, your partner also exchanges 5 cards with the blind (after you).
Game play follows normal trick taking rules. You must follow the lead suit if possible.
If you and your partner make the bid, you score the bid value. Otherwise you lose 10 points per trick.
First team to 500 points wins. A score of -500 results in an automatic loss.
More information about 500 can be found here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/500_(card_game)
The game is called 500 because the first team to reach a total score of at least 500 points wins. The game can be lost by a team losing 500 or more points.
This game features automated players with varying levels of ability, ensuring that the game is suitable for all levels of experience. Players new to the game, are able to practice , more experienced players get the challenge of tackling the more aggressive automated players.
Animated movements of the cards around the screen,
Simple and intuitive controls to control the game,
A choice of partners,
A choice of opposition,
Options to configure the rules of the game. These include, the options to play with a 3 or 5 card kitty, the option to restrict when a misere or open-misere bid can be made, the option to limit the maximum number of points that can be accumulated when collecting tricks against the bidder.
Useful statistics to show how you have played,
The option to continue with a previous game.
This app is currently only available in English.
About the developer.
I learnt to play 500 at school and enjoy playing now when I find willing opposition. I developed this game because I wanted a 500 app that is fun and intuitive to play and has a user experience similar to when you play with a group of friends.
I will be continuing to develop and improve this app, as my time allows. I would appreciate any feedback or suggestions you have.
The 500 is a game of tricks with Trump, which is played 4 players, in team of 2. The partners sat one opposite the other. One uses 46 cards (either: two joker and the ACE to the Four). The play is played in four stages, that is to say: gives cards, bidding, take the kitty and play the cards.
Deal, bidding and play proceed clockwise. The first dealer is chosen at random, and the turn to deal rotates clockwise after each hand. The cards are shuffled and cut and the dealer deals 10 cards to each player and six face down in the middle of the table to form the kitty. The cards are usually dealt as follows: a batch of 3 to each player; two to the kitty; 4 to each player; two to the kitty; 3 to each player; two to the kitty.
The bidding begins with the player to dealer's left and continues clockwise. The possible bids are:
1. a number of tricks (minimum six) and a trump suit - for example a bid of "eight diamonds" undertakes that the bidder, with partner's help, will try to win at least eight tricks with diamonds as trumps;
2. a number (minimum six) of "No Trumps", (also known as "No-ies") offering to win at least that number of tricks without a trump suit;
3. a game a trump suit or "No Trumps",
A player who does not wish to bid can pass. If all four players pass the cards are thrown in.
Once someone has bid, each subsequent bid must be higher than the previous one. Higher means either more tricks, or the same number of tricks in a higher suit. For this purpose No trumps are highest, followed by Hearts, Diamonds, Clubs, and Spades (lowest). Thus the lowest possible bid is Six Spades and the highest is Ten No Trumps.
Scoring each bidding :
Nb tricks 6 7 8 9 10 Game
Spades 40 140 240 340 440 1000
Clubs 60 160 260 360 460 1000
Diamonds 80 180 280 380 480 1000
Hearts 100 200 300 400 500 1000
No Trump 120 220 320 420 520 1000
If the 4 players pass or the maximum bidding remains lower than 8, the cards are collected and distributed by the player having started to bidding.
Take of kitty
The contractor begins by picking up the six cards of the kitty (without showing them to the other players), and discarding any 6 cards face down in their place. The cards discarded can include cards which were picked up from the kitty.
Play of card
The trump is determined by the kind of the strongest bidding. The player having made strongest bidding starts to play.
He is obligatory to provide to the kind of the first played card. If a player does not have a card of the kind requested, it plays the card that it wants (Trump or not). Both Joker and the Small Jack are always regarded as being same kind of Trump.
The player who gained the trick is that which starts to play the following turn.
The order of the cards is as follows: (If the trump is Spades)
Jack Spade (Jack Big)
Jack Club (Jack Small)
The other cards in Heart, Diamonds and Clubs are in the following order:
Note: if Trump is Clubs the Small Jack is the Jack of Spades
if Trump is Hearts the Small Jack is the Jack of Diamonds
if Trump is Diamonds the Small Jack is the Jack of Hearts
In No Trump, the Jokers are regarded as of Trumps, and gains the trick where they are played, though it arrives.
To gain our bidding, it is necessary to collect the same number of trick as one bidding. (Example: bidding 8 Spades, it is necessary to gain 8 tricks). If the attack team gains her bidding, it marks the number of corresponding points. If it loses its bidding then it is the other team which marks the number of corresponding points.
The winner is the first team to reach 1000 points. When the game is bidding, it is necessary to gain the 10 tricks and it is the game which one gains or loses according to the result.
It's the easy way to play 500 with your friends!!!
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Game Features include:
**NEW 6/10** Multiplayer (open beta):
* Multiplayer includes 6 multi-wing Five Card Draw venues, weekly progression, items that enable house rules (like Lowball, Hi-Lo, Jackpots, Double-Draw etc), ELO rating, and lots more.
* 17 different Five Card Draw poker venues and
* 14 Texas Holdem venues that increase in difficulty and rewards
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* 180+ unique characters with individual AI, play-styles, stats and special moves (Note: A few characters appear dependent on what gender you play as and time of year)
* Win consumable items after every game. Consume these items for a temporary bonus in your next game(s). These bonuses stack so you can either use them immediately for a small bonus, or stockpile the items and use them all at once for larger bonuses.
* Regular Items drop off certain opponents after you defeat them. You can equip or consume these items for a special effect or sell them for cash. Unlike consumables, these regular items have different effects while equipped (examples are the Insurance Card which rewards you with 10% of your buy-in back if you lose a game, and the Hunter's Cap which ensures that opponents with a bounty will always show up).
* Earn luxury items that you can equip to change the game up. Examples of this are a monocle that turns all Texas Holdem venues from No-Limit to Limit, a Golden-Deck that gives you gold cards and allows you to choose how many decks to play with in Five Card Draw, the Badhand which turns all Hold'em venues into Lowball venues, and lots more!
* Meld items from different games together, for example the Gold Ring (which awards 50% more fame in Five Card Draw games) and the Platinum Ring (awarding 50% more fame in Texas Holdem) can be melded together to produce the Stardust Ring (awarding 100% more fame in both games).
* Loanshark Tino offers loans (but make sure to pay your debts on time!) and luxury items.
* Generate fame by defeating players (lose fame by being defeated, dependent on what order you go out)
* Climb the dynamic player-ranking ladder by winning cash
* Collect on bounties and defeat specific players for additional fame
* Stats give you insight to your play-style along with where you've been and what you've accomplished
* Retire with an ending tailored to your specific accomplishments in-game! Complete with high-scores list
* Earn titles for your character based on your performance in-game
* Upload your character's data to the website to see where you stand among everyone else!
* Game goes on forever..
* Lots of little secret stuff to find, including hidden venues, opponents and items..
You can leave a poker game and return at any time, in addition you may have up to 3 different characters at a time.
This game started as a homework assignment (just an algorithm for evaluating poker hands) and it ballooned over the last several years as I am continually adding new content. The initial game released with only 8 Five Card Draw venues and just a handful of opponents, and overtime I added more venues, blackjack, texas holdem, items, new opponents and AI to match all the potential house rule combinations, the bar and pawnshop, multiplayer, the website etc.. so if you ever get bored please check back later!
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If you answered yes to both those questions, then this my friend, is for you.
Never waste your time playing 500 only to lose the scores ever again!
- The ability to record stuff!
- The ability to delete stuff! (for that time when you called 10NT without the Joker)
- A super clean interface!
- Settings! (You can make Open Misere be worth 520 points. Because otherwise people over-call you with 10NT just so you won't win...)
- Proper scoring system.
Get 250 for the slam!
You can't win without calling (you still win if you call, lose and end up with 500+ points. Should you?)
If you both pass, the bid is No Trumps and tricks are worth 10 points apiece.
PLUS the ability to back up your scores to an SD card and Dropbox so you'll never lose them again!!! (even less chance of losing that massive score-sheet...)
- More settings (if you don't like my rules and whatnot...)
What are those sneaky permissions for?
You want to backup your hands don't you? Otherwise you might accidentally delete your phone and lose hundreds of hours of scores...
How else would Dropbox work...
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