Wizard 4+

Sean O'Connor

Designed for iPad

    • #87 in Card
    • 2.9 • 42 Ratings
    • $3.99



The official iPhone version of the card game Wizard.

Meet the card game that's challenging, habit-forming and loads of fun! It's Wizard: a unique game with a 60 card deck!

The rules are simple and easy to learn... mastering the strategy is the real challenge. One card is dealt to each player on the first round, two cards on the second, and so on. Players bid the number of tricks they think they will win. Make the exact number of tricks bid and you win points; too many or too few and you lose points. The Wizard and Jester cards add a "wild card" element to the strategy.

Play against the sophisticated built-in AI players, or choose a network game of up to 4 friends playing over the internet.

Wizard® is a registered trademark of Wizard Cards International , Inc.

© K. Fisher Enterprises, Ltd.

What’s New

Version 5.1.3

- the bid dialog box no longer obscures the top of your cards on iPad Pros
- player names are tidied for network games

Ratings and Reviews

2.9 out of 5
42 Ratings

42 Ratings

cab5du ,

No multiplayer

I love this game. So much so that I would love to play with friends and family members and my lover. Or I’d even like to play with people I’m not related to or perhaps people I don’t know, maybe people I wouldn’t even like in real life. I would like to play online cards with them though. There is an online option but you have to be on the same wifi as your opponents, and if we’re on the same wifi, then we’re in the same house and in that case, I’d pull out my non-digital game of Wizard. No sense in everyone running down their batteries and tying up their phones with the app version if I have the real thing. Plus, people need their phones to be able to check Instagram in between every turn. You know, just in case they miss an important post or forgot how many likes they were up to on their most recent post of their Wizard hand. Anyhow, wish I had noticed before buying this app. Doesn’t seem like they plan on updating that feature anytime soon based on the past 7 years worth of reviews.

SarahBear08 ,

No multiplayer

If you have to be on the same WiFi to play multiplayer then you might as well just play with real cards. I want to be able to play with my family when we aren’t together in the same place.

djgood2go ,

So disappointed

They should refund our money or fix the game. Four of us purchased the game so we could play during social distancing. It started out fun. But we could never finish a game without someone being disconnected and not about to reconnect to the game or their screen locked and couldn’t reconnect. We would start over and get a few hands in before it failed again. No trouble shooting help, no things to do to optimize the game for network play. No way to identify why it could not rejoin. No indication why the player was disconnected. Four players $16 bucks, no enjoyment.

Fix the game or refund people’s money. Don’t buy this game until they fix it or give it away for free. It’s worthless if you can’t play a full game.

App Privacy

The developer, Sean O'Connor, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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