Card Shark uses an intuitive drag-drop interface and is fat finger friendly - piles are automatically split following a drag-drop gesture. Tap foundation piles to autoplay compatible cards.
Card Shark supports Klondike Solitaire, FreeCell, Spider Solitaire, Canfield, Forty Thieves, Beleaguered Castle, Crazy Eights, Draw Poker, and Memory Match.
- silky smooth animations with a tasteful 3d presentation.
- photo library support for custom tables and card backs
- multiple styles of card fronts, backs, tables
- does not interfere with ipod music
- left/right handed stock placement
- optional vegas scoring
- fast load time
- sophisticated random number generator capable of dealing billions of unique hands
Are you an artist? Contact the author for tools to help you design your own decks.
If you like this game, please consider supporting further development by submitting a user review and/or upgrading to Card Shark Collection Deluxe.
"Card Shark Solitaire is currently the best free solitaire game in the App Store." - Art Of The iPhone
This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.
Patch for elapsed time/statistics when game suspended/resumed.
Ratings and Reviews
Very much enjoy this app
I have been using this app for a long time. It works well and smooth. Stats are just enough without being overwhelming. I have spent many hours on several of the different games. Still come back to my favorites. Upgrades seem to always work well. Different looks and card sets let you change the look so it stays fresh. All in all great game.
Fun for a couple of years
Depending on how much you play this game is only good for a couple of years. They are a terrific couple of years, and that’s why I gave it three stars, but then the game falls apart.
For quite a while now the game has been doing funny things regarding shuffling. The most repeatable aspect is having the same card turn up on consecutive flips of the pile; you turn over 3 of clubs, 3 of clubs, for instance. The first few times I figured “random chance” but it quickly reached the point where this happened every game. In the last week the there have now been TWO sets of consecutive cards in every deck and in two of the last three games I played they have come back-to-back (5 of clubs, 5 of clubs, 5 of spades, 5 of spades flipped over, actual example).
There are some other things going on that can’t be attributed to chance but this one is the most noticeable. The game can still be fun but you do feel like it’s being manipulated. To be honest, I keep playing just to see how bad it gets. Is the shuffling algorithm deteriorating? Have I run out of prerecorded deck shuffles? I don’t know how the game is written so I can’t say but I tried deleting the game last week and then downloading it again and, as recorded above, the game just got worse.
So, fun while it lasted. Maybe I can find another game or maybe Rick Holtzgraf will fulfill my dream and rewrite Solitaire ‘Til Dawn for iOS. Oh, well.
Hours of distraction!
I already submitted a review from the app on my phone, but the app is asking me for one again from my tablet. Anyway, lots of fun, lots of games for variety too! My only complaint is that my gut is the deals are weighted on Klondike-3 so that they are not truly random. There are far too many times that a streak, either good or bad, but mostly bad, go on for an extremely long sequence of games. It seems unlikely that with truly random deals that there would be 30+ losses in a row. Otherwise, much fun and nicely packaged!!
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- Easy 8 Software
- 27.9 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 8.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Simulated Gambling
- © 2008,2017 Philip Stroffolino