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Five Suits Connected (formerly named "Five Crowns") is an online card game based on the Five Crowns game by Set Enterprises, Inc. It is a turn-based card game that the whole family can play. With online play games can be played with family, friends or someone new from around the world in a match that doesn't end until all rounds have been played. Online play also features in-game messaging for interacting with your opponents. Five Suits Connected can also be played offline on a single device against others or against computer opponents. <br><br>The objective is to obtain the lowest number of points after playing all eleven hands of the game.<br><br>The game consists of two 55 card decks ranging from 3's to Kings of 5 suits. There are an additional 6 Jokers in the deck. In the first round, 3 cards are dealt to each player. Each round the cards are reshuffled and an additional card is dealt to each player. This continues until each player is dealt 13 cards in the last round.<br><br>Each turn starts by either drawing a card from the deck or picking up the top card from the discard pile. The turn is completed by discarding one card. A player can meld some or all of his or her books and/or runs during any of his or her turns. When a player melds all of the cards out of his or her hand they "open". When a player is able to open, the remaining players each have one last turn. Each player will pick up a card, lay down a card and meld his/her books and/or runs to remove those cards from his/her hand. The remaining cards count as points against him/her for this round. The player who goes first in each round rotates. Play continues until the eleventh hand when the Kings are wild. The player with the lowest score wins.
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Every time I have played this game, I have opted to play a full, 11-round game, with four players—three computer and one human (me). And up until today (1/8/19), I always—yes, always—got through the entire game with no problems. But earlier today, after I had played two games in full, I went to play a third one, and before it was even halfway over (I don’t remember exactly when now), the app shut down automatically. I reopened the app and had to start over, and it again shut down at some point before the halfway point. The latter two things happened again, after which I gave up. In each of these cases, I was very upset. When I purchase an app such as this one, I plan to always have it work right at all times no matter what, and don’t want to do any thinking about it crashing after a certain amount of time. So please fix the bug that keeps making this app quit.
My grandmother introduced this card game to the family several years ago, and it quickly became a tradition for when we are all together. Since we live in 3 different states, this app has connected us! We would love to see a chat feature. Developer attention to improvements is awesome!
This game is an example of apps that have basic function, but an utter lack of interface design. The visual design is pathetic, the interactions are poor (drag and drop behaviors are flaky), and the design is confusing enough that “?” Buttons are in the views to provide clues as to what to do at each step. A proper design wouldn’t need this. I’ll also do a statistical analysis on this, but I’m pretty sure the card dealing is broken. There are far too many situations where not selecting the face up card results in the selected face down card being the same value in a different suit. It’s a noticeable pattern and seems unlikely if the dealing were properly random. On top of all that the nickel and diving for added functions is silly. Just offer a fixed price for the proper functionality and do a real UI design to justify the cost.
It’s not the fanciest of apps, but the interface is easy to get used to, and the developer accepts feedback and continues to improve the app. The game itself is accurate (as far as I can tell) to the card game itself. The user base is small, but growing. Games typically don’t progress “live”, but if you have enough games going, there’s almost always a round you can play. You can also invite your own friends to play, initiate a rematch with a stranger, play against the computer (though the computer’s hand is visible to you), or play multi-player on a single device if you don’t have the card game handy.
I've really enjoyed playing this game. The interface isn't super fancy, but it plays well, the computer opponents are good, and everything works well. However, there's one problem - you can't turn off the sound in the game! This means that it shuts off whatever podcast or music I'm listening to, which is a major bummer, as I'd love to be able to play AND listen to something. I also don't want to hear all the clicking all the time, which gets annoying. Please - if you fix this, I'd be on the app 24/7!!!
Developed by Matt Gabriel.
Five Suits Connected is ranking in Games & Board & Card
Last update was at Oct 18, 2019and the current version is 1.44.
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Five Suits Connected have a 285a user reviews.
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