Guide your thief through the dungeon as stealthy as possible with specific cards.
The board game is composed of three rows and three columns of cards. You try to move your thief past guards, through traps, and to collect gold. The game gives you limited stealth, and every move costs stealth points, so you need to be careful with every card you move to.
Defeat enemies by playing the right cards, at the right time.
Your goal is to clear the 54 card deck of cards filled with monsters, items, and abilities. You only have four inventory slots to manage your potential attack items against the enemies that are dealt your way. It's all about strategy tactics, in a card based form.
Play cards at the right time to open doors and avoid nightmares.
Onirim - Solitaire Card Game
Onirim challenges your ability to strategize the usage of different colored and symboled cards. Your goal is open the colored doors either with using rare keys, or playing three of the same colored cards in a row with alternating symbols. It takes patience to balance when to use your hand...
Solitaire with a pair-matching twist
Pair Solitaire is all about the joy of pair matching. If that sounds simple and easy, be sure you don't allow the simplicity to deceive you. Hiding underneath is a deep strategy to explore. It will bring you the simple joys of solitaire, while challenging your strategy skills at the...
A single player card game that tasks you with helping Robinson Crusoe survive. You need to play the cards to build the best habits and abilities of Robinson to survive island life and pirates.
"The Game" is the digital single player version of the popular card game, that was nominated in 2015 for the german "Spiel des Jahres" (Game of the Year).
Play ... as long as you can! The Game is you opponent. You can beat it, but even if the rules are very simple - it will not be easy. Think carefully and plan ahead, this is the only way to succeed! During the game, four piles of cards are formed. Two piles are in ascending order (numbers 1–99), and two piles are in descending order (numbers 100–2). The player tries to lay as many cards as possible, all 98 if possible, in four piles of cards.
Play the game - or the game starts playing with you ...
- Easy start into the game
- Game mode "Classic" - corresponds to the 1-player game of the card game
- Single player mode "On Fire" - including the popular extension
- Brandnew variant "Lift Up" - with additional scoring
- Additional difficulty levels in game modes "Classic" and "On Fire"
- Local leaderboard for the "Lift Up" variant
- Supporting Game Center with leaderboard and achievements
"This is the solitaire game only, and it's nearly perfect [...] It's this combination of luck-of-the-draw mixed with hand management that creates a load of tension and makes The Game shine." BoardGameGeek
"The Game offers a fun and challenging puzzle game and a faithful recreation of the cardboard version." (4/5) pocket tactics
"... a solid, really enjoyable and challenging solitaire-style game [...] well worth a look." AppAddict.net
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One Handed Solitaire is a card game played with a traditional 52 card deck, minus the jokers. It can be played in one hand and does not require a flat surface to arrange the cards. After shuffling the playing cards, hold the deck face down in your hand. Draw four cards from the deck and place them on top of the face down deck of cards. You will fan out the cards so that the suit and face value can be seen at all times for the last 4 cards.
The object of the game is to discard as many cards as you can, in the least amount of shuffles of the deck. To start discarding you must have at least four cards drawn from the deck and face-up in your hand. To discard cards, you need to match either the suit or face value of the cards in the first and fourth position (from the most recently drawn cards in your hand). If you match the suit, for example both are Hearts or Diamonds, you discard the middle two cards. If you match the face value, for example both are Aces or 9s, you discard all four cards. After you discard, if you still have at least four cards face up in your hand, look for another match before drawing one card. Repeat these steps until you draw all the cards or discard all of them. If you run out of cards to draw, you may keep playing and reshuffle your remaining cards and continue to discard when you find matches.
Along the way you’ll earn points and achievements for discarding in Apple’s Game Center, so make sure to log in or create your free account.
One Handed Solitaire is a fun way to pass the time and compete with friends for the best score! If you enjoy the game please leave a star rating and review. If you’re having problems with the game please email support or tweet us first before leaving an App Store rating and review.
•• Blackjack + Solitaire = StackJack ••
If you enjoy card games, then get this game!
Easy to learn, yet addictive to play!
Instead of playing just one hand of blackjack at a time against the dealer, you are playing five hands at once, racing the clock, and trying to get enough points to move on to the next round.
You are shown one card at the top of the deck. Choose which of the five hands to which you wish to add the card, getting each hand as close to 21 as possible without going over (or “busting”). If you don’t want to play a card, you can tap “Pass” to discard it and get the next one, but you only get a limited number of passes per round, so use them sparingly.
If you are playing multiplayer mode via the Apple Game Center, you are also trying to beat your friend’s scores round by round using the exact same deck, until one of you doesn’t make it to the next round.
• Play on iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, with iOS version 5.0 or higher.
• Play solo or compete against your friends through the Apple Game Center.
• Leaderboards and achievements.
• Easy to learn, yet difficult to master.
• Great if you like solitaire and card games.