Each player starts with 10 cards in a random order. They then take turns drawing and discarding until one player gets ten cards in numerical sequence.
Grab some friends and start a game with up to four players, or try out the new single player mode to put your succession skills to the test against the computer.
Our three new levels increase the difficulty and add strategy to the game without losing the simplicity that made the classic version a hit!
-Multiple game difficulty modes
-Single player mode: Compete one-on-one with the computer!
-Up to 4 players
-Designed for ages 8+
- Fixed bug in score keeping when playing against the computer
Ratings and Reviews
Let me start by saying I really (really) like this game. I love Rack-O, and Succession is a wonderful version of the game. When playing with a friend, the game is at its best.
I’d like to give this game 5 stars, but I can’t because playing against the computer is not really playing against the computer (it’s playing solitaire against yourself). When you play against the computer, the “computer” simply makes random choices for a random number of turns. The computer is not actually playing against you. How do I know? Not only does the computer not show you its cards when it “wins,” I had the computer win after playing a “60.” Why is this odd? We were playing where a win condition included having to have two runs of three. The computer a 60 and declared victory. However, I had 58 in my play field. It was impossible to go out on a 60.
So, while you will not improve your game by building skills to deal with the other player’s gameplay when playing against the computer, Succession is still fun and engaging. Playing solitaire (where you have a random number of turns to win) is still a lot of fun.
I highly recommend this game. If the AI is actually coded to play the game, I will change my rating to 5 stars.
So addicting — almost perfect!
I love this game so much and am completely addicted. The only reason I can’t give it 5 stars is because of the online gameplay. There’s actually a warning message when you start an online game that it’s a bonus feature and you shouldn’t expect it to work well. I had one online game that wouldn’t let me take my turn, so I deleted the game and it counted as a loss. I really love this game; I just wish they would put some effort into developing the online gameplay! I would be willing to pay for a version with decent online gameplay where your ranking is tracked.
Fun when it works!
I love the game for the most part, but the online play still needs a lot of work. I know it says the online part is “bonus” material, but it’s really frustrating that about 1/2 of the games I start get stuck- it says it’s my turn, but it will not allow me to play a card. And then it won’t let me cancel out or forfeit from those games- they just sit at the bottom of my queue, unplayable.
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.