Spit, also known as Speed, is a two-player card game in which the aim is to get rid of your cards as fast as possible. Players do not take turns - physical speed and alertness are required to play faster than your opponent.
You can play against a variety of computer opponents, or if you like, against one of your friends -- on the same iPhone / iPod Touch!!
Bugs have been fixed for newer iOS versions.
Ratings and Reviews
So Close & Yet So Far!
I love a good game of Spit/Speed & was excited to find this app. There are, however, troublesome issues. There is no scoring exhibited, so it's impossible to see where you are in the game which is quite lengthy, nor is there any scoring or record-keeping done after a game, so there'll be no history. It's difficult to get back to the menu and can only be done by punching around on the screen. As there is no score displayed, it is impossible to know how many rounds have been played or won unless you want to manually write them down, so you must simply take the game at it's claim that you won or lost, which may NOT be accurate. Lastly, this app may have the lamest menu I've ever seen. At $3.99, it is over-priced, IMO. The paid version makes claims to have features that the Lite version does not, but the only one I found was additional computer opponent speeds.
If you're thinking of buying this game for more challenging opponents, don't bother. I can beat challenging every time, so I though the additional levels would be more fun. The next level up 'Hard' isn't much different than Challenging and I am beating that every time. One up from there, 'Champion' is so far on the other side, it's ridiculous. It's beatable, but all it needs is a run and forget about it. It plays like it knows what all of its down cards are (duh) so you don't see what it's playing until it's already played. And then there are like 3 more levels after that. It's a good game, but don't buy it just for more levels.
Good but problems
I love this app! Don't get me wrong it's a great app. However, it does have some problems. The main menu should be updated in my opinion. It's a minor fix. The return to menu/yes button at the end of the game is very faulty. It's hard to press and takes several punches to do either option. Also, there should be a way to show the number of cards in each deck when you win the hand and get to choose. I sometimes mistaken a larger stack because the stacks look very similar. Otherwise, this app is pretty good.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.