This Offline Card game is a collection of 3 popular card games which are very popular in South Asian countries
especially in India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Srilanka, Bhutan, Pakistan, etc. The Games are: Call bridge Card game, Callbreak
Card game, 29(Twenty Nine card game). Enjoy your favorite Card games in one place.
♠ Three in One card game- Call bridge, Call break, 29- Twenty Nine
♠ Offline Card games: No internet connection Needed, Enjoy anytime anywhere
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♠ Compatible with any phone & Screen Sizes
♠ Smart AI. Very tough to beat the bots. A perfect offline game for time pass
♠ User-friendly interface and fun to play
♠ Hints and tutorials are available
♠ Enjoy beautiful HD Graphics
♠ Smooth Gameplay Animation
♠ Simple but Easy to play & learn
About Call Bridge Card game:
Call bridge seems to be related to the North American game Spades. This game - Call bridge is played using a standard international 52-card pack. The cards of each suit rank from high to low A-K-Q-J-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2. Spades are permanent trumps: any card of the Spade suit beats any card of any other suit. Deal and play are counter-clockwise. A player must win the number of tricks called or more tricks than the call. If a player succeeds, the number called is added to his or her cumulative score. Otherwise, the number called is subtracted.
About Call Break Card game:
In the Call break card game the cards of each suit rank from high to low A-K-Q-J-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2. Spades are permanent trumps in the call break card game: any card of the Spade suit beats any card of any other suit. Deal and play in call break card games are counter-clockwise. After the end of the fifth round, the winner is decided, the player with higher total points is considered as the winner of the game. In this game, score length is a fixed number of rounds, but in Spades game length is based on a fixed score. Others rules and game logic are almost the same.
About 29( Twenty Nine ) Card game:
Twenty-nine - 29 is a South Asian trick-taking game in which the Jack and the Nine are the highest cards in every suit.
This game is usually played by four players in fixed partnerships, partners facing each other.
32 cards from a standard 52-card pack are used for play.
The cards in every suit rank from high to low: J-9-A-10-K-Q-8-7.The values of the cards are:
Jacks 3 points each
Nines 2 points each
Aces 1 point each
Tens 1 point each
(K, Q, 8, 7) no points
Deal and Bidding
Deal and Bidding are anti-clockwise. Cards are distributed in two steps by four cards in every step.
Based on the first four cards, players bid for the right to choose trumps. The normal bidding range is 16 to 28.
The bid winner chooses trump.
The player to the dealer's left leads to the first trick. Players must follow suit if possible, and the winner of each trick leads to the next. Nonbidder players must request the trump bidder to show trump and the bidder player must show trump before making trump.
After showing trump if any player can show Pair (K & Q of trump suit), the player’s team gets extra 4 points.
If the bidding side can show pair, they have to gain (bid - 4) points to win the round.
If the nonbidding side can show pair, the bidding side has to gain (bid + 4) point to win the round.
***The min point need to win a round is 16
After the end of a round, if the bidding side meets their bid point, their game point will be increased otherwise decreased.
If the play round is in Double mode, the game point will be increased or decreased by 2.
Non - bidder side can set double after the bidder bid.
If the play round is in Redouble mode, the game point will be increased or decreased by 4.
Bidder side can set Redouble after non-bidder setting Double.
If any team can make 6 positive game points, they win the game and lose if they make 6 negative game point