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Pinochle is an exciting and challenging game of cards. This is the two handed version of the game in which you play a not unintelligent robot. If you enjoy playing Rummy or Whist you will love Pinochle. Fits windows table desktop.
Completely updated game of Spades now called Super Spades. Good graphics, intelligent robots and statistics of games won and lost. See how good a Spades player you are.
A interesting card game for two in which you play against the computer. Normally you need four people to play Whist.
If you like Spades or Bid Whist you will love WhistFun. In WhistFun you play against three computer players one of which is your partner. The game is similar to Spades with just a few differences.
A fascinating card game for two in which you play against the computer. Excellent Help file for those who are new to the game and the Robot will be a challenge to the more experienced player.
A new game of cards combining the best of rummy and canasta. In this game you play against Orson Wells. In Canasta you collected baskets of cards and in this game you collect Bags of 7 cards of the same kind or with wild cards. Addictive game.
Canasta is a fascinating Rummy type card game. Played with 2 packs of cards and 4 Jokers, you must make melds of 7 or more cards of the same value, or with Wild cards, and these are called Canastas. Now playable on any tablet with Windows desktop.
Contract Rummy is played over 7 rounds and in each round you must make certain Melds, which are Sets of the same kind of cards or Runs of cards in the same suit. Each contract is more difficult to make with the most difficult being round 7.
Oh Hell and Blackout are addictive and fun card games with a difference and you will soon realise why it is called Oh Hell. The only difference with Blackout is in the scoring but you get two games for the price of one.
Rummy, quite rightly, is one of the most popular card games in the world. This is Rummy in its simplest form and is great fun. You play George, the computer, for a cent a point. George is not so stupid and he will do his best to get your cents.
In this game you play against three computer robots who will do their best to beat you although they do not always succeed. Before the actual Whist type play comes into force you and the three bots must make bids.
A great fast and furious game of Gin Rummy against George the robot. This is the simple verion of Gin and suitable for learners as well as the more experinced player. Good graphics, a help file and guidance from the computer as you play.
A interesting card game of whist for two in which you play against the computer. Normally whist is played with four players but in this variation only two players are involved.
An unusual but interesting card game very popular in South Asia.29 is played by four players in fixed partnerships, partners facing each other. In this computer version you willplay against three robots. Give them names of friends or foes.
Bid Whist is a partnership trick-taking game. It is played with a standard 52 card deck plus 2 jokers and is very popular in North America.
Agony is a fast and furious card game for all the family. It is similar to Crazy Eights but more complicated and fun. The game originated in Greece where it is called Agonia. Excellent graphics and startistics of games won against the three robots.
Piquet is game for two players, using a shortened pack of 32 cards which omits 2 to 6 in each suit. In ascending order, the cards rank 7, 8, 9, 10, J, Q, K, A (high). A game consists of a set of 6 deals called a Partie.
Rummy 500 a fascinating and addictive card game and perhaps the most popular of all Rummy games. This version is based on the original game with no Jokers included and you play against the robot who is not too easy to beat.
Bid Euchre is an adaption of the game Euchre.A double deck is used containing two of each card.When two identical cards are played to the same trick,the first to be played beats the second. Each player has just one opportunity to bid.
It is extremely similar to a Scandinavian game, often listed in English language card game books under the name Norwegian Whist. The main difference from the European version is that in America a black card indicates that one wants to play high.