This is a great game I love to play it when I feel bored or to get practice for when I play against my family and friends. I recommend it for anyone who loves a good game of kings on the corner, and there is no bugs as far as I can see.
Pros: beautiful graphics, good game to learn on, AI will show you basic moves if you click the light bulb Cons: the AI wins 99% of the time. It’s both frustrating and discouraging. Also, there is a ‘pass’ feature but no explanation or tips on how to use it. I actually tried to monopolize, and therefore win, the game by passing and holding onto cards but I still lost. Finally decided, after just two weeks, to search for a new app with better odds.
I enjoy this game and how quickly a game can be played. My problem is that they put the pass button too close to the cards when it is my turn. I have hit the pass button quite a few times when I did not want to. I suggest moving the button further to the right to avoid this issue.
I enjoy playing this while watching tv since it can be fairly mindless. I recently switched to easy mode after a series of losses… I’m not looking for a challenge. Unfortunately, I went just back and forth with the AI opponent because they refused to play and I could not play any of my cards. So, that wasn’t much fun.
I used to love playing this game, but it has changed. When you step away for even a couple of minutes, you have to start a new game. Also, if I am ahead a few games, the “house” will win over 10 times in a row, even without my making any mistakes. It’s just not fun anymore. I feel like I’m playing against a cheater. Boo for changing my favorite game!
I’m wondering f the deal isn’t weighted in the favorite of the computer player. Mine seems to get the first move and with multiple cards with a place to play. Far too often the computer opponent finishes the game without giving the human opponent a turn.
They seemed to get all the moves while you are watching then you are getting one move at a time. I am very suspicious about this. I bet they can see and know what you have on your board. It’s pretty disgusting and dishonest!
In real Kings in the Corners, you don't reshuffle the cards in the corners into the deck unless the deck runs out of cards. There have been too many instances when I draw the same card I just got rid of because of that. At least have an option to play with or without reshuffling.
This game I must say first is wonderful follows all the same rules that I learned before the only complaint I have is the Pass button location, I have lost several games because of accidental pressing of the pass I think it needs to be moved to the top part of the screen away from the cards in "hand"
Nan Wilson introduced me to this game and this version is just like the old school American pastime! Challenging as well. Wish I could play online with all my dear friends like Nan Wilson but until then this is fantastic. 👍🏽
The game is fun to play, but it cheats! The 3 other players (the program) can place cards under the existing piles. In other words, if there is a 3 down the other players could put a 4 under it. I can't do that on my turn. That is cheating! It needs to be fixed!
I am not liking this game as much since the pass option was added. It needs to be moved out of the path of my finger because I keep hitting it as I slide the cards up into place. I don't want to pass!!!
Your app continually allows bots to play in ascending order as we'll as descending, and sometimes allowed me. The flashing light is not only annoying, but is a cheat. Missing a play is part of the game.
Build card piles from 13 down to 1, with alternating colors. It's like the solitaire game Klondike, but in a circle. You play against 3 robot players, and the first one to empty his hand wins the game! Seven cards are dealt to each of 4 players. On her turn, a player draws a card from the draw pile, then places alternating red and white cards on the table stacks in order. Corner stacks must count down from 13. Play continues around the table until one player empties her hand. The deck has high-contrast cards with large numbers for better accessibility. A paid, no-ads version called Kings in the Corners Gold is also available.