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.
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
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
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”
Cutthroat is a popular Pinochle variation for three players. Unlike most partnership Pinochle games, Cutthroat pits each player against one another, every man for himself. It’s a fast-paced, highly competitive, and very strategic card game, requiring careful planning, good memory and discipline.
In this game, you can play online against real people or choose between 8 computer opponents, each with different skill levels and unique styles of playing. Each player is dealt 15 cards with 3 cards dealt face-down to the widow. Players bid after initial cards are dealt and the high bidder combines the widow cards to potentially form a stronger hand, then discarding the three weakest cards.
As of this release there are 12 options to customize game play to user preferences: