This is the classic trick-taking game, clean and simple. In this card game, try to avoid the Hearts and the Queen of Spades, or take all of them to Shoot the Moon. How low can you score? On the Hard level of difficulty, Marie, Nikola and Albert are really, really smart! Don't worry, though, you can change their names and the difficulty.

- Different difficulty settings for players of all levels
- Options for choosing player names and rule variants
- Tracks number of games played and won
- Play as much as you like with no ads
- Supports full screen and retina display
- Play while listening to music (or podcasts) with other apps

1. Each hand begins with choosing 3 cards to pass to another player (every 4th hand there is no passing).
2. Each hand, the player with the 2 of Clubs must use it to lead the first trick.
3. The other players must play a card of the suit that was led if possible.
4. The player who played the highest card (Aces are high) of the suit led takes that trick and leads the next.
5. Hearts cannot be led unless (A) a Heart was already played (Hearts Broken), OR (B) there is no alternative.
6. When no cards remain, players are awarded points according to the cards in the tricks taken.
7. Each Heart is worth 1 point and the Queen of Spades is worth 13 points.
8. A player who takes all 26 points (Shot the Moon) scores 0 points while the other 3 players get 26 points each.
9. After the points have been added, a new hand begins. This continues until a player has reached 100 points.
10. The player with the lowest score at the end of the game is the winner.

This game can be very addictive. If you play for long periods of time, move your body position on a regular basis to reduce the risk of injury. Enjoy responsibly!

Since launching our first version of Hearts in 2011, we have read every single email that players have sent to and we're extremely proud of that!


Versione 2.1

- The difficulty setting has been reorganized into 3 levels and the computer players are smarter than before on the hardest one
- Computer players now wait until after passing cards to sort their hands
- There is now an option that allows players who have "Shot the Moon" to choose between subtracting points from their score or adding points to the other players' scores
- The game screen is now wider by default so you can see the cards in your hand better
- Other minor fixes and updates

Valutazioni e recensioni

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Pippoapo ,

Abbastanza buono

Gioco divertente come passatempo, ma dopo un po' risulta troppo semplice (rispetto ad esempio alla versione che si trova fra i giochi nel pacchetto base del sistema operativo WIndows): il computer fa sempre le solite mosse e diventa troppo prevedibile. Inoltre i giocatori guidati dal computer subiscono troppo facilmente il "cappotto", sia se cerco di farlo io, sia se cerchi di farlo il computer.

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