Three versions for iPad/iPhone and iMac.
Add keyboard control. You can use the Enter/Return key or a/A key to collect the current trick.
iBridgeCards let you play random hands of bridge card game with your iMac, it is not an on-line game, does not need an internet connection. Its bidding system is simple natural system.
If declarer is North or South, you play both North and South. If declarer is East or West, you play South.
It's a pocket bridge table, you can play bridge game everywhere at anytime. Just for fun.
1)strong 2 clubs
2)5 cards majors
Next: play next hand, from 1 to 16 and so on.
Replay: Replay the hand if you want,
ReDeal: Deal a new hand, but the played number does not change.
Score: declarer's score.
IMPs: declarer's score convert to IMPs.
Points: declarer's top card points.
NS-IMPs: total IMPs of north and south.
EW-IMPs: total IMPs of east and west.
for example :
North and South Top Card Points: 25
Score = 400
IMPs = 9
Points = 25
NS-IMPs = 9 - (25 - 20) = 4
Ratings and Reviews
I bought this a year or more ago and have never been able to open it. I was just notified that it has been updated and so I tried again. I still get no response. When I scrolled down though, to the Japanese version, that can be opened. Now if only I could read Japanese!!
Mediocre play, No Settings
Just bought & tested this. First of all, there are no preferences (it arranges the cards with diamonds and hearts side by side, hard to see & you can’t change it. The dummy is laid out away from the board, as if held in a hand, & that also can’t be changed). Then, the window that is supposed to show the last trick shows only an empty window — you can open or close it, but you can’t see the last trick. There is zero information given on which bidding system it uses, and the bidding is often incomprehensible. It frequently seriously underbids, and you can’t set (or see) conventions. I would also like an explanation of how the IMPs are calculated, given the setup. It’s better than nothing, but not a very satisfying app.
Just bought this app and can't open it. Clicked on the iBridgeCardsSupport and it's all in Chinese. When I 'searched' for the app, it came up in the 'install now' mode for $5 more than what I already paid. Does Apple check these apps out to see if they are really compatible?
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.