A very enjoyable experience. At the 12* level it gives me a very balanced game and does not seem to suffer the idiosyncrasies some other "Hearts" games have that you know you can't win on some hands so you might as well give up. Layout and game play are nice and the ads are fair enough considering this is how we "pay" for the game. This app is going to waste a lot of my time :-)
Liked it at first I enjoyed this game at first but then I noticed odd things happening. For instance, I once captured the Queen of Spades but the computer did not add 13 points to my score. In fact, it took away points. And no, I did not have the jack of diamonds rule enabled. Another time, I noticed that the computer led a heart when Hearts had not been broken and the Queen of Spades had not been captured yet. Another time, the computer gave me too many points.
10/26/16 Game Cheats Again I thought I'd give this game another try. I played against Sally, Jill, and Sarah. After a couple of hands where clubs were played, Sarah played the ace of hearts when no other hearts had been played. In her next play Sarah played the six of spades! Yes, the game cheats despite what the developers say. Rather than be defensive, the developers should look into the glitches.
Not bad - Edited: Terrible The repetitive actions of clicking to select a card, play a card, and close the hand is annoying after a while. There's gotta be a better way. Other than that... not bad. Edited: this game is a poor excuse for software. It crashes often (which I've reported with no response from anyone). I'm done "hoping" it will work right.
Initially liked it, but Even in the hardest-level players make dumb plays, don't recognize obvious moon shooting, and don't play differently depending on the score. And too slow. UPDATE: finally uninstalled. Too frustrating when hardest-level players make obviously dumb moves. AI needs to be improved.
Not Random They deny it, but my experience shows that over 96% of hands you will be dealt or passed the Ace, King, and/or Queen of Spades. I have statistics to prove it. Sorry, but that is not bad luck; it's routine. A lot of other non-random deals occur, the frequency is high. I've been playing Hearts for decades, after a while you can spot non-random trends. Yes, I've had my fair share of bad luck, but surprisingly the routine supercedes that. There's no advantage for them to do so, but, somehow it is happening.
1.29: Ad stability improvements