iPhone and iPad apps tagged "card game."
Pounce Takes the Solitary Out of Solitaire
Pounce takes the solitary out of Solitaire, according to its developer, Double Apps. It’s a multiplayer card game that goes by many different names including Nertz, Canfield, Blitz, Grouch, Peanuts and Nerf.
Catch-21: A Free iPhone Card Game With No Catch
In the spirit of the Game Show Network (GSN) hit show Catch-21, now in its third season, Catch-21 for iPhone and iPod Touch is blackjack mayhem in a race against the clock for high scores.
Hoyle Video Poker is All Aces — and We Want to Share it
Video Poker by Hoyle is exactly what it sounds like — video poker for the iPhone — but what its name lacks in "sexiness" it make up for in sheer reliability.
21 & Fun – Share Scores On Facebook: Doesn't Go Bust
Card lovers that enjoy the game of 21 can find many different versions of play and devices to play their favorite game on. Many of the old handheld games offer a version of 21. Some computer games have 21 also. Splashworks.
Will You Accept the Finger Flicking Challenge of Card Ninja?
I am just gonna admit that the first thing I thought of when coming across Card Ninja was Dane Cook and his “Brain Ninja” routine. Completely unrelated? Yes, but now you know how my mind works.
KarmaStar Shines, but Not for Everyone
Majesco Entertainment’s KarmaStar has gotten nice and shiny reviews in the App Store and elsewhere but I just don’t see what the fuss is about. I didn’t find KarmaStar all that engaging or even mildly entertaining.
Multiplayer Tiki Spades is Trump Card App
Multiplayer Tiki Spades - I grew up learning to play every card game imaginable and even though I’m more of a card guppy than a card shark, I enjoy card games immensely. It’s not always easy to find other people to join in, so I really appreciate a good video card game.
MP Solitaire is Contradictory Card Fun
Get this — the MP in MP Solitaire stands for "multi-player," which come on, is a bit paradoxical. After all, you can’t play a game that was designed to be played alone with other people, right? Apparently you can.
Solitaire by Mobility Ware — Hours of Solitary Fun
Solitaire - Have you ever wondered what makes a game popular and stand the test of time? I don’t know. What I do know is that before Sudoku and the Rubicks Cube, there was a game played with a deck of cards called Solitaire also known as Patience.
Big Deuce is a Unique, but Unfinished, Card Game
Big Deuce - For all of you Vegas aficionados that love playing offbeat and obscure card games, MotionObj has developed an iPhone application that speaks directly to you. Big Deuce is a game that replicates the card game of the same name originated in Eastern Asia.
Gambling Cheats? Some iPhone Owners Say 'Count Me In' to Blackjack Card Counters
Nevada casinos are on the alert for iPhone and iPod touch users looking to push the odds in their favor at the blackjack tables. The casinos are worried that gamblers will use one of the new card-counting apps that have made their way into the App Store in the past month or so.
3 Card Pro Poker Hits The Jackpot
The 3 Card Pro Poker iPhone app is based on the Three Card Poker games played in many casinos. Find me a poker game and I’m all in. I’m partial to Texas Hold ‘Em but I have played Three Card Poker at a couple of casinos in Las Vegas.
Solitaire City Deluxe Adds Razzle-Dazzle Extras, Like Playing Over Wi-Fi
Solitaire City Deluxe, from Digital Smoke, is one of the best-looking Solitaire apps I've come across in the App Store, although let's face it: Solitaire is Solitaire.
Everyone is a bit of an expert at playing at least one of the long-time card games invented by and for bored and lonely people.
Tic-A-Tac Poker: Cards and Community Play Together
Tic-A-Tac Poker, from Treemo Labs, is a mashup of Tic-Tac-Toe, Poker and social networking. Surprisingly, they all go well together.
You have three games to choose from:
Tic-A-Tac Poker is similar in concept to the kiddie game.
Marriage for Speed Fiend and Lady Luck in the Cards
Speed Fiend, from Scatter Circuit, is a mashup of Soltaire, War and Fish, salted with a dash of mishigas.
The object of Speed Fiend is to discard your cards as fast as you can. Between you and your rival — in this instance, the iPhone's electronic brain — are two discard piles.
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