Card Games Archive

Microsoft Solitaire Collection

If you are a fan of Microsoft’s solitaire app on Windows, they have made it available for Android now. The Microsoft Solitaire Collection has 5 games to play, they are – KLONDIKE Timeless & Classic Solitaire. Clear all the cards from the table using one or three-card draw. Also try out Traditional or Vegas scoring.

Crazy Eights 3D

I must admit that Uno isn’t a card game that we play a great deal unless the grandkids are staying (and then it gets very noisy) but it is one of those quick easy to play, fun games when you want a change from more serious card games. Crazy Eights is very similar and is

Five Hundred Multi Player

A while back, I reviewed ARC Rowes Five Hundred card game and while playing it recently I got a message in the game that a multi player version has been released by the Australian publishers so I thought I’d better check it out. Like the single player version it isn’t free but $2 odd won’t

Scorer : The Score Keeper

We’ve been travelling for a few months now and playing Scrabble and cards (yes, the real ones, not apps) means we need copious amounts of paper to keep score – until we discovered Scorer : The Score Keeper. This is a simple app that does one thing but does it well. It enables you to

Gin Rummy

Time for another card game review I reckon. Gin Rummy is an old favourite of mine and this one gives me a good – if sometimes darn hard to win – game. Computer card game writers are able to give the A.I (artificial intelligence) engines in their games the ability to count every card played

Cribbage Club Free

Cribbage is one of our favourite card games (it’s one we always play in the caravan) and having an app version to be able to play solo is a must. I’ve tried a few but this one is the best so far in my opinion. It also has a good tutorial mode so that you

Five Hundred

As promised, I went looking for a 500 (or Five Hundred) card game app and tried a few free ones but ended up buying this one by ARC Rowe who appears to be an Aussie app author- he has a website link but it isn’t online as yet. While the game has fairly basic graphics,

Canasta

Matt must be flat out studying so I’ll add another game app review to keep you going until he finds some time to review some more for us at Androids4Seniors. Canasta would have to be one of my favourite card games. Unfortunately you really need to play with 4 or more to get an entertaining
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