Release in September 2012

Please review its rating at “http://filedir.com/android-games/cards-casino/tonk-for-android-3481751.html

Go Fish is a card game played with a standard 52-card deck. Five cards are dealt to each player if there are three to six players. With only two players, seven cards are dealt to each. All remaining cards are placed face down in a stock pile. Players take turn to be the dealer.

On your turn, ask a player for a specific card rank. You must already hold at least one card of the requested rank. If the player you ask has any cards of the requested rank, he/she must give all of their cards of that rank to you. If you get one or more cards from the player you ask, you get another turn to play. If the person you ask has no relevant cards, they say, “Go fish.” You then draw the top card from the stock pile. If you happen to draw a card of the rank asked for, show it to the other players and you get another turn to play. However, if you draw a card that’s not the rank you asked for, it becomes the next player’s turn. You keep the drawn card, whatever rank it is.

When you collect a set of four cards of the same rank, immediately show the set to the other players and place the four cards face down in front of you.

The game continues until a player has no cards left in their hand or the draw pile runs out. The winner is the player who then has the most sets of four.

To play the game :-

  1. On the Welcome page, change the stake amount by input a new number or leave it as is. And then click either Play or See Opp’s Play menu option.
  2. On the play page, you are assigned as the dealer in the first game and the opponent plays first.Seven cards are dealt to each hand one at a time, and the rest of the cards is placed face down as stock pile.
  3. If the opponent’s ask card’s rank matches any cards in your hand, they will be transferred to opponent’s hand, and then the opponent has another turn to play.If the opponent’s ask card’s rank does not match any cards in your hand, the opponent will go fish a card from the stock pile. If the fish card’s rank match the ask card’s, the opponent has another turn to play. If the fish card’s rank does not match the ask card’s, the opponent ends its turn of play and it’s now your turn to play.
  4. When it’s your turn to play, input the rank of card to be your ask card and then click menu option Ask Card. If the ask card’s rank matches any cards in the opponent’s hand, they will be transferred to your hand, and then you have another turn to play by repeating this step.If your ask card’s rank does not match any cards in the opponent hand, the system will go fish a card for you from the stock pile. If the fish card’s rank match the ask card’s, you have another turn to play be repeating step 4. If the fish card’s rank does not match the ask card’s, you end your play and it’s now the opponent’s turn to play.
  5. If there are four cards of same rank in either hand, the system will automatically lay them down and the set no will increase by one.
  6. When a player has no card on hand or the stock pile runs out, the game ends. Who has more sets of card declared win the stake. Click menu option Next to play next hand.

Cribbage

is a card game for two players or up to four, using a standard 52 card pack. Cards rank KQ J10….32A. The objective of the game is for a player to score 121 points before the other and win the game. Before the game starts each player draws a card. The player draws a lower card deals first and each player takes turn to be the dealer in successive hands. The loser of the game is to be the dealer in the next game. The game then proceeds as follow :-

  1. The dealer deals 6 cards face down to each player one at a time. The remaining cards are placed face down as stock.
  2. Each player discards two cards face down to form the crib. The crib will count for the dealer. Therefore the non-dealer will try to discard two cards to form a crib least valuable to the dealer.
  3. The non-dealer cuts a card in the face down stock and place it face up on the top of the stock. The face up card is called the “start” card. If the start card is a Jack, the dealer gains two points.
  4. The non-dealer start to place a card from his/her hand face up in front of his/herself. Ace is counted as one, all picture cards are counted as ten, all number cards are counted as their face value. And then each player takes turn to play this step.
  5. A player has to stop placing a card face up and say “Go” when all the face up cards of both players add up to 31, or will exceed 31 if to place another card face up. If after placing a card and all the face up cards add up to exactly 31, the player gain two points.
  6. A player who cannot place a card since it will exceed 31 has to pass for its opponent to play. If the opponent can neither place a card, the player who places its last card gains one point. All the face up cards are then turned over and placed aside.
  7. The opponent of the player who placed the last card repeats playing from step 4. If he or she has no card left on hand, then the other player keeps on playing from step 4 until there is no card on hand.
  8. You can gain more points during the play as follow :-

    8.1) You gain 2 points if you play a card and the total face up cards add up to 15.

    8.2) You gain 2 points if you play a card which has the same rank as the previous face up card ( Pair).

    8.3) You gain 6 points if you play a card which has the same rank as the previous pair of face up cards (Pair Royal).

    8.4) You gain 12 if you play a card which has the same rank as the previous three face up cards (Double Pair Royal).

    8.5) You gain points if you play a card which can form a set of running cards with the previous cards such as you play 7 and the previous two cards are 8 and 6 or 6 and 8. The points gained are equal to the number of running cards in this case 3. And if your opponent plays a card of 9, he/she gains 4 points.

  9. When both players have no card on hand, there is another round of scoring points from their played cards combined with the start card. The scoring starts first with the non-dealer is as follow :-

    9.1) Any combination of card add up to 15 scores 2 point for each combination. For example if your hand has card K Q 5 3 2 the card combinations which add up to 15 are K 5, K 3 2, Q 5, Q 3 2. therefore you gain 8 points.

    9.2) Any pair of cards scores 2 points. For example if you have 4 4 4 you have 3 pairs from

    4 4 x , 4 x 4, x 4 4, therefore you gain 6 points from the cards 4 4 4. If you have cards 4 4 4 4, you have 6 pairs from 4 4 x x, 4 x 4 x, 4 x x 4, x 4 4 x, x 4 x 4, x x 4 4 and therefore you gain 12 points.

9.3) Three cards of consecutive rank (irrespective of suit), such as A 2 3, score 3 points for a run. A hand such as 6 7 7 8 scores 12 points:- 3 points of 6 7 x 8 , 3 points from

6 x 7 8, 4 point from x 7 x 8 ( add up 15) and x x 7 8, 2 points from x 7 7 x.

If you have more than 3 consecutive cards, you gain points equal to the number of consecutive card.

9.4) If all your four cards are in the same suit you gain 4 points; if the start card also has the same suit you gain 5 points.

  1. Then the dealer scores point from his/her hand similarly as step 9.
  2. Finally the dealer displays the four cards in the crib and scores them with the start card. The scoring is similar to step 9.1 to step 9.3. If only all four cards in the crib have the same suit with the start card, then the dealer gain 5 points.
  3. As soon as a player’s score reaches or exceeds 121 at any stage of the game, he/she wins the game and the game ends.
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