PublisherRandom Salad Games LLC
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Download size1 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- Windows Phone 7
- owner identity
- data services
- phone dialer
- web browser component
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
Play the popular card game Hearts on your Windows Phone 7! Hearts is a trick taking game where players try to go for the lowest score possible by avoiding any Hearts and especially the Queen of Spades. Play against smart AI opponents in this classic card game with great graphics! Update 2.0: - Great new graphics! - Gameplay Stats! Update 2.2: - Fixed a few obvious mistakes in AI play as reported by users. - Fixed some display issues - A couple performance improvements Update 2.3/2.4: - Additional bug fixes! Thanks for the great response to the new graphics! There will be more updates to come.
10/26/2014This has bugs, threw me 2 queen of clubs and also gives the opponent with a lower card of same suit the hand..... Please fix
9/17/2013Would be 4 stars if 1) there were 2-3 seconds more time to see the cards before the next play, and 5 stars if you had an audio or visual indicator for play of the queen and 1st heart.
7/31/20135 stars because Random Salad won't show 1 star. Devs should have their throats cut, every game is rigged for the computer... Ridiculous! hope you prix die lonely, embarrassed and afraid
9/29/2012Poor play by opponents, too easy to shoot the moon once you learn the programs tendencies. Proof is 684 moon shots out of 689 wins (82% win ratio). EJSHMO is correct about winning with the Queen when holding another spade. Also will not ditch the queen when opportunity arises and later eats it. Will play lower cards before higher ones and discard high ones first allowing moon shots to be made that never should make.
7/21/2012This piece of *** game frooze on me
5/9/2012Awesome game as always
3/24/2012Looks pretty good, but "AI" makes bad plays. During one game, north took a trick with the queen of spades, seemingly because it didn't have any other spades (and wasn't shooting the moon). But north then led the next trick with the jack of spades. Makes no sense.