Double Match is a game of Solitaire that I played a long time ago. I honestly do not remember how I learned it, but I liked it better than the normal Klondike game, simply because it does not take that long to either win or lose.
In the game, you deal 8 cards on to the table. Now in those 8 cards you look to see any pairs that are in the piles. When you see a pair, you then deal a card from the deck to cover both the cards that make up the pair. You continue this till either
1. You run out of cards in the deck; meaning you WIN, or
2. You still have cards in the deck, but there are no pairs are displayed in the pile of 8. In that case you lose.
I hope you enjoy this game as much as I did a long time ago !
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Updated for newer architecture and iOS version.
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Limited Gameplay & Small iPad Graphics
This version of solitaire has been programmed in a way that makes the game very uninteresting. The gameplay comes down to pressing the "Deal" button as many times as you can until the program realizes that it's won or lost. If the gameplay allowed the user to pick the pairs to be covered with draw cards then more interaction would be required & that would improve the experience somewhat.
My second issue is the size of the graphics on the iPad. The cards no where near cover the full screen as is shown in the screenshots here. I'd guess they might be the same iPhone-size cards with just a little more blank space between them.
This app could use a lot more work before it's even worth a buck.
Quick card game!
I love quick solitaire card games! This game is simple to play and I would like the ability to tap on the matched card pairs to deal a new card to that spot. As it is, the user just clicks the 'Deal' button and it's automatically done. Thanks for making this fun game and I look forward to updates!
Decent Solitaire Game
This one is based mostly on luck, so for me the long term playability is lacking, but I found that it played quickly enough that I often said, "okay, just one more time". Hard to win, though. Graphics are uninspiring, and there's no scoring, but overall an okay solitaire game for occasional play.
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