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Hearts Free is a classic competitive card game, and MobilityWare’s artificial intelligence ensures YOUR play has the competitive edge, Hearts card master! This free Hearts game will teach you how to play with our intuitive AI. Our artificial intelligence adapts to your Hearts card game play style. Play feels fair, even though your opponents are some smart bots. But while playing them can feel like a challenge, MobilityWare’s Hearts hints AI feature is at your disposal and the smartest of them all! AI bot opponents offer another major benefit - you can play them offline, so no wifi is required to play Hearts! Ever play a card game with real online users and experience inconveniences? Never worry about other users taking too long or abandoning a game in this free card classic. Enjoy the adaptability of AI, and benefit from MobilityWare’s free Hearts hints system, which always puts you in a clear position to win the games you play! We guarantee when you play, you’ll just notice your sense of relaxation and fun. Get Excited for Features! Whether you’re going to Shoot the Moon as a Hearts card master or just starting to get into the game or totally new to Hearts, you’ll find our game has a feature for your comfort and challenge level. Artificial Intelligence - We cannot stop talking about this card game’s adaptive and fair AI features! - Playing Hearts free is a cinch with smart opponents - And our even more intelligent free Hints feature Play Offline, Anytime - Wifi? Who needs it? - No need to wait around for real users to log on with this free Hearts card game - And no need to have game delays when their internet lags - Reliable AI bots want to play cards with you all day, no internet required Fair Play - Learn to play a game with our simple start guide and free automated advice (which you can turn off!) - Use as many free Hints as you like, powered by the smartest AI in our app! - Use the free Undo function as many times as you like if you need to rethink your moves Some Tips for Hearts Beginners! - Scoring points in Hearts is not a good thing (unless you collect ALL available points) - Each hearts suit card is worth 1 point - Beware the Queen of Spades - a card worth 13 points! - If you collect all points available in the game, they get thrown to your opponents in a dramatic feat called Shooting the Moon!
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It only takes a few seconds to know if you’re interested in an app ad or not so giving the option to skip after 5 seconds instead of having to put the phone down for the torturous 30 seconds of the same stupid ads is awesome. I actually play this game way more because I know I’m not going to have to waste so much time waiting for the forced ads to finish playing. I’ve also downloaded a few of the actual ads that interested me so it still works. They Hearts game itself is also the best out there! The graphics are great and the animated facial expressions and sound effects of disappointment when they don’t get good plays is entertaining 😂. Makes it more real feeling. Hopefully more games will follow this company’s example of balancing ad time with play time. I rarely play other games after having to watch 3 or more 30 sec ads after a few seconds of playing a level. So nobody wins there - no ads can be played if I don’t play the game - right? Keep up the good example. I love this company’s Spider card game too!
I’m so glad I downloaded this game! Hearts brings me back to my childhood, which helps relieve stress & soothe anxiety, so I love being able to play it on my phone. The stress relief factor is doubly increased by being able to skip all ads after 5 seconds (some seem even faster, but perhaps that’s just me?). As another reviewer stated, we don’t need to watch a long ad to know if we’re interested in the product, & I’m far more likely to try a new app if I’m not annoyed by ads for it. In fact, I downloaded this after I read that review specifically because I could avoid irritating ads. Thank you so much for this feature-I hope others take note!
After writing the 1st review below, I was contacted by the developer. I have reinstalled this game and tried it again. No ads between each hand! ORIGINAL: I play quite a few Mobility Ware games and enjoy them all. I stick with them because I like the graphics and ease of play. However, I've noticed that compared to games I play from other developers, your's have more frequent ads. Okay. Part of life, right? But if you think I'm going sit there while this game is interrupted by an ad between each and every hand, I'll take a pass! There's no way to get a flow going and I have better things to do with my time. I finally learned how to play Hearts, though!! ❤️ AMENDED: The quality I've come to know from Mobility Ware is in this game. I've enjoyed learning to play it and appreciate being contacted by the developer about my consternation regarding the frequency of the ads. I tried it again just now and went through an entire round without an ad break! Yay!! 🥳 To be clear, however, I consider anything that stops game play to be a disruption, because I still have to wait those few seconds before I can tap the X, which wouldn't really be that bad if it wasn't hidden in one of the corners half the time. And when I tap on this symbol >> >> I'm often taken to the App Store to download the ad's game, which is not acceptable. So, we shall play and we shall see!! Ads between games? That's okay. Ads between hands? I'll find a different version.
I have a number of mobilityware games and they’re great. I sought out a Hearts game made by mobilityware bc I’ve been so happy with other games by them. This was a great game to begin with, but Later it seemed rigged against me. I’d get repeated consecutive hands with the Qspade or always get it passed to me or my cards would be so high I’d always end up taking the Qcard. This especially happened when there was a particular avatar at the table (for me it was an alien). This happened so frequently that I hated that avatar being in the game and it took the fun right out of it. Second problem, I like to listen to music while I play but the ads cut out my music. If it was an ad every once. In a while l, like after a game, it would be fine, but there’s an ad after every, single hand, which makes it impossible to listen to my music. I get the need for ads so that’s not my complaint. The last problem is more about me and less about the game. The undo makes it easy to cheat. I have a hard time resisting it especially bc I’m always getting the Qspade card. I’ve deleted the app and found a different Hearts game I like much better bc it’s more balanced and has no undo. I’ll always be grateful for Mobilityware version though bc it taught me how to play Hearts.
Added this game when it popped up as an ad in between a round of another game. I never played hearts but was intrigued enough to download it. At first, it was a lot of fun and enjoyable to play. However, once I got past level 5, I would always end up with the death card and maybe one or two higher spades ... to the point that it was impossible for me to win a spade hand and I ended up with the extra 13 points almost every ... single ... time. Nope ... DONE! Too bad because even though there were a lot of ads, you were always given the option to skip out of it after about 5 seconds (instead of 30 like a lot of other games). Just wish the cards weren’t always stacked against me.
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Hearts: Card Game is ranking in Games & Card & Family
Last update was at Noneand the current version is 1.3.1.
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Hearts: Card Game have a 36 005a user reviews.
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