The ads were ok but they came up randomly and I always had to wait for them to load to go back out of them. I really like it though. It's addictive and fun to play. I like how you can decide how hard the CPU players are. It's overall a pretty good game.
Good graphics, awful gameplay. 5 stars to designer, 1 - to software developers. Only one actual computer "player", no simulation of three independent ones. It "knows" your cards, it "plays" against you only and can (suppose it does it every round) exchange cards behind the scene. No fair play and simulation, app is slow, full screen ads.
I like you can play the computer and pick player difficulty. It doesn't let you change your mind on which cards to pass before you pass them, though.
The programming here is very suspect. The computer programming so clearly knows what is in your hand. It is frustrating when it makes plays that would be asinine unless it knew exactly what was in your hand. I nonetheless have fun messing with the computer's mind with shrewd moves. Entertaining to a point.
Even though I do like this game I agree with some of the other reviews the game seems stacked and often it feels like it is three players against one . For random it seems odd to get the queen three or four hands in a row not the same game but in a row.
It's still early, but the A.I. seems a little off sometimes. Hard to put my finger on, seems like it misses some obvious plays.
1.292: Ad stability improvements