Kentucky Discard

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Kentucky Discard is the official tournament version of the card game Rook.

Rook is a trick-taking game played with a specialized deck of cards. There are four players, each paired with a partner. There are 41 special cards numbered 5 thru 14. Cards are colored Black, Green, Red, and Yellow, and there is one special Bird card.

In this free game, play with 12 different AI characters, each programmed with different skill levels and playing styes.

Each “5” card is worth 5 points. The “10” and “14” cards are worth 10 points. The Bird card is worth 20 points.
The other cards are not worth any points.

The deck gets dealt out to all players and five cards are placed into the center of the table called the nest.

After the deal, players bid on how many points they think their team will earn.

The high bidder gets to choose the trump color, pick-up the nest to improve their hand and then discard five unwanted cards.

The player to the left of the dealer goes first, and throws any card they want. The other players must then throw a card of the same color or the Bird card. If a player doesn’t have any cards of the same color, they can play any card they want.

The highest card of the leading color wins the trick, unless a trump is played, in which case the highest trump wins. However, when the Bird card is played it always wins.

The player who takes the trick gets the points from any 5’s, 10’s, or 14’s collected, and 20 points for the Bird card if played. The player that takes the last trick in a round also captures the nest and gets any point cards in it.

Points collected by each team in the round get added to each team’s total; however, if the high bidding team fails to make their bid, they forfeit any points collected and the full amount of their bid is subtracted from their score.

The first team to reach 300 points wins the game!

Please note: ROOK® is a registered trademark of Hasbro, Inc. This app is not affiliated with or endorsed by Hasbro, Inc.

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Trash Card Game

Trash (aka garbage) is an easy but super fun two-player card game.

Play trash against 10 fun AI opponents.

1. Ten cards are dealt to each player facedown
2. The first player draws a card from the deck
3. If Ace thru 10, place the card on the matching location
4. The facedown card underneath is flipped and place on top
5. If matching location is open, place that card next
6. Keep going as long as matching spaces are open…
7. Jacks are wild… put them anywhere you want
8. If a card can’t be placed, trash it and the next player goes
9. If opponent trashes a card you want, you can take it
10. The first player to flip all locations wins the round!
11. Next round, the winner gets one less location
12. When a player wins 10 rounds, they win the match!

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Go Fish!

Get ready to “fish your wish” with this super fun multi-player Go Fish card game.

Play with 2 to 5 players

Play against computer opponents or invite your friends to play for real online

Play for pairs or books (4 of a kind)

Go fish for endless fun with this timeless card game

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Oak Island Treasure Hunt

A challenging adventure game to lead a treasure hunt on Oak Island.

Oak Island is a 140-acre island on the south shore of Nova Scotia, Canada. For hundreds of years, people have been searching for long-lost treasure believed to be hidden there. Many searchers have died trying to find the treasure, leading many to believe that the island and its treasure are cursed.
In this challenging adventure game, you will lead the next treasure hunting party. To succeed where so many before have failed, you will need to employ your own strategies to uncover the island’s secrets, and if successful, discover astounding treasures.

You will have a limited amount of time, money and crew members to complete your search. You must be wise with how you spend your resources to maximize your chances of finding treasure, while avoiding the many pitfalls that have thwarted previous searchers.

Search Methods:

Metal Detector – choose one lot per day and search for metal objects buried just below the surface
Bulldozer – bulldoze one lot per day, unearth objects buried up to 10 feet deep
Excavator – choose an area to excavate and dig up to 30 feet deep
Core Sample Drilling Rig – choose a point and drill to extract core samples revealing potential finds up to 200 feet underground
Boreholes – when you’re ready for a big dig, use a crane and oscillator to bore steel caissons deep into the earth
Drain The Swamp – pump the water out of the swamp to enable metal detecting and excavating

Avoid Hazards:
Beware of potential hazards that could endanger your crew such as inclement weather, accidents, floods, poison gases, or cave-ins.

You will have a limited budget to fund search activities. Be strategic in your search methods and conservative with your spending.

Time Management:
You have very limited time on the island to conduct your exploration. Manage your time wisely and make the most of every opportunity.

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A fun, realistic 3d outdoor deck shuffleboard game set in a beautiful tropical resort.

Press down on disks and swipe up in the direction you want them to go.

Swipe farther and faster to push with more power.

Try to land in a scoring area or knock out your opponent.

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Classic 3D TiddlyWinks game loosely based on tournament rules. You can play four players (you versus 3 computer opponents), two player (you versus one computer opponent) or just play free play in practice mode.

To squidge a wink, click on your wink, hold down and slowly drag your finger to draw a launch vector. Let go when ready to fire.

Use the camera icons to change views and use touch controls to move around the screen and zoom in and out.

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President Card Game

Play the fun, fast-paced, Asshole card game against 12 unique computer characters, each with varying skill-levels and unique playing styles; choose to play against 2-5 characters at a time.

The object of the game is to be the first to get rid of all of your cards. One to four cards of the same value can be thrown at a time. The next player must match the number of cards thrown and throw one or more cards of the same or greater value. Players can pass the turn if they do not have any legal cards to play or if they choose to hold their cards for a later turn. In this variation, 2’s are the highest card and Jokers are wild.

Whoever gets rid of all their cards first becomes the President, and the next player is the Vice-President. The last player left holding cards is the Asshole, and if there are four or more players, the last person to get rid of their cards is the Vice-Asshole. In the next round, the Asshole gives their best 2 cards to the President, and the President passes back their two worst cards. If there is a Vice-Asshole, that player must pass their best single card to the Vice-President, who in turn returns their single weakest card.

At the end of each round the President receives 3 points, the Vice-President Receives 2 points and, the Vice-Asshole (if there is one) receives 1 point. The Player with the most points at the end of the game wins.


Sound Effects: On | Off

Number of Rounds: 5 | 10 | 15

Game Speed: Normal | Fast | Slow

Undo Button: On | Off

Players move seats: Yes | No

Include Jokers: Yes | No

Cards dealt by: Ahole | President

Trick Starter: Ahole | President

Finish trick if 4 of a kind: Yes | No
If throw equal then skip next turn: Yes | No

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Play Pinochle Online

Play Pinochle with 12 unique computer characters each with their own playing style and varying skill levels. Both single and double deck games supported with customizable playing options below:

Number of Decks: Single|Double

Sound Effects: On|Off

Game Speed: Normal|Fast|Slow

Undo Button: On|Off

Must bid to win: On|Off

Minimum Trick Points: 0|1|2

Minimum Bid: 15|20|25

Bid Increment: 1|2|3

Point to Win: 100|150|200

Must Throw Higher Card: On|Off|Trumps

Must have marriage in trump: On|Off

Winner if multiple players make winning score

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Phozzle is a word and photo puzzle quiz game that demands strong word recognition skills, spelling and the ability to identify people, places and things visually.

First you must try to decipher a hangman-type word puzzle consisting of blank spaces with a few letters filled in. Then you must match the puzzle with the correct corresponding photograph.

You earn points based on how quickly you solve each puzzle, the level, the difficulty and how many hints are used. Puzzles get increasing more challenging each level.

When the timer is enabled, you must solve each puzzle in less than 15 seconds, and if you make more than 3 mistakes the level will end.

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Palace was the most popular study hall / cafeteria card game in my high school growing up in the 90’s. According to Wikipedia it’s also popular amongst backpackers, and as a result is widespread.

Play against real people online with multi-player support or eight different computer characters, each with slightly different playing styles.


* Added multiplayer support
* Changed added second row when your hand contains a lot of cards to make it easier to see and click on your cards
* Fixed bugs

Basic Rules:

Each player is dealt 3 ‘face down cards’. You are not allowed to see or change these until the end of the game. Next, 3 ‘face up cards’ are placed on top. Finally, each player is dealt 3 cards to form their hand. If you wish, you can switch cards from your ‘hand’ with your ‘face up cards’.”;

Whoever has a 3 or the next lowest card starts the game.

Each turn you must discard a card (or two or more cards of the same) greater than or equal to the one at the top of the pick up pile, then draw cards from the deck so you have at least 3 cards in your hand (unless the deck has run out of cards or you already have 3 or more cards in you hand).

2’s and 10’s are wild cards. 2’s resets the pile and 10’s clear the pile. 4 of a kind, like a 10, clears the pile.

If don’t have a card that is greater than or equal to the card on top of the pile or a wild card, you must pick up the entire pile.

When there are no more cards in your hand, and the deck is empty, proceed to play your face up cards. Once all of the face up cards have been played, play the face down cards.

If you are the first to get rid of all your cards you win.

Palace is sometimes also known as Shithead, Shed, Karma or “OG”

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