|Famous Windows Game Solitaire After Completion|
One thing is for sure, these games taught everyone how fun it is to play card games. Currently, the world is shifting from computers to new gaming platforms like mobile devices. With this shift, we also have seen the shift of same games to this new popular platform. Card games have made their way into mobile phones, tablets and phablets. We see almost all popular Windows card games for Android devices as well. There are much more than what Windows originally offered but this post is dedicated to Windows Card games that made it to Android devices. It is true that Microsoft is no longer the publisher of those card games for Android but the same game play can be experienced with the plethora of card games found at the Play Store.
The list of five popular MS Windows card games and an Android version to substitute them:
Android Version: Solitaire
Solitaire was one of the original games that came with Windows. This sorting game taught the world how to strategize in cards and sort them so that the game can be completed. Cards can be moved around and placed behind cards of higher order but of different color. Once all the sorting was done, all the cards can be moved to the four spots for four different suits. Then an amazing effect of cards shuffling around was shown.
Android Version: Spider Solitaire
Spider Solitaire has similar rules to Solitaire but played with more decks of cards. This game is based around a version of a card game called Spider. This game even surpassed the popularity of Solitaire to be the number one Windows game after 2005. This game also includes sorting of cards but involves more time as there are more decks of cards. The difficulty levels allow users to select how many suits of cards to play with. This is a game of patience.
Android Version: FreeCell Solitaire
FreeCell. As the name says, this card sorting game allowed users four different cells to place the cards. Those cells were there to make the game simpler and possible. Sorting the cards in a single deck so that they can be arranged serially at the end of the game was the main idea behind the game play. There are different game numbers of this game based on the possible random combination of a deck of cards.
Android Version: Hearts Free
Hearts is a game which is quite different than the sorting games available above. This game requires four players to play. In Windows, three other players were computer players. The idea behind the game is that the cards with Hearts carried 1 point each. The queen of spades carries a whopping 13 points. The aim of the game is to keep your points to a minimum. The game begins with a two of clubs and ends when all the cards are on the table.
Android Version: Spades Free
Spades is the online game played with real players online and is available in Microsoft Windows. This game is similar to Hearts but the scoring is kind of the opposite. This game involves making a bid on how much points you can secure. Spades are considered of high use in this game, hence the name of the game: Spades. The highest value card played wins and points are secured. In this way the points bid must be reached otherwise negative score is awarded. At the end of five rounds, the player with the highest point wins. The game saw a huge popularity because it was an online game featured in Windows.