So you think you're good at Solitaire? Prove it with Nerts! Nerts is the action-packed card game that lets you compete against virtual opponents for the ace piles in a race to get rid of your cards and gain the most points.
As you get faster, increase the skill level and number of opponents to intensify the challenge!
Carefully designed by a life-long Nerts fan, it features all the essentials, such as:
- Beautiful graphics and animations
- Optimized for small screen play
- Opponent peeking
- "Lefty mode"
- Up to three opponents
- Three levels of difficulty
Watch out, this game may be addicting!
Full version features:
- Multiplayer using local Wi-Fi with up to 5 other people
- Four harder difficulty levels
- Play with up to 5 computer players
- Games can last multiple rounds until the winning score is reached
To get the full version, download the free app and then upgrade to the full version with the in-app purchase.
This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.
64-bit compatibility, minor fixes.
Ratings and Reviews
One of the only good apps I could find that was Nertz. It plays how I play it, the features are good, and the gameplay is usually smooth and fun. Pausing is a feature youd sort of expect to be free, but I suppose considering most of the app is free, it’s okay that pausing isn’t. Also, as others said, there is a glitch with being “stuck” and placing one card from the top to the bottom. The first shuffle after doing it will be the same, but it isn’t too bad a glitch. Thanks for the app!
Fun game but multiplayer does not work
About a year ago multiplayer worked for me, but now it does not work between multiple devices. Even when on the same network, the app detects the host player and asks you to if you want to join it. Once you tap yes, you are stuck on a screen that tells you that it is joining the session. I have bought three upgrade versions to test it out on three different devices and still no luck between iPhone 6, iPhone 8, and iPhone XR. (About a year ago, I was able to play multiplayer between the iPhone 6 and iPhone 8– maybe an update caused multiplayer to no longer work?)
I would love it if this was fixed. Besides this, I think this is a great app. I had no other issues with it and I recommend it to anyone who is bored and wanting to play something on their own. The cards look great, moving them around the table is smooth, and the computer opponents are a fun challenge. For multiplayer, however, do not purchase this until the developers fix it.
Decent I guess… expert is too easy, meanwhile extreme or the other difficulty above that is impossible to win. Not because CPU is too fast or anything like that though. You can legit tell that the CPU doesn’t play on suites that you have, & if they do play on them… you still get screwed over. Let me provide an example. Say you have an eight of clubs in your 13 pile… the CPU will play clubs up until the pile gets to six… then it’ll sit there forever until you get nice & complacent… then the seven & eight will both be played back to back, too fast for you to play your eight of clubs… So overall it’s not a horrible game but if you’re actually good at nerts & don’t wanna play on easy mode the whole time, then this isn’t the game for you. Because the more difficult modes are just ridiculous. Obviously getting screwed over by the deck, and it seems like it’s the rest of the CPU vs you when you’re playing. Don’t recommend.
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- Earthshine Labs, LLC
- 17.6 MB
- Requires iOS 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 or later.
- Age Rating
- © 2017 Earthshine Labs
- In-App Purchases
- Super Skills Upgrade $2.99