Programs developed by Meggiesoft Games
MeggieSoft Games Rummy 500 is a comprehensive implementation of the popular card game also known as 500 Rum. It supports network and offline game play and has a rich user interface with many customizable visual, audio, and game options.
Play two-player Canasta against an online opponent or against your computer.
Play two-player Cribbage against an online opponent or against your computer.
Piquet gained its popularity by being a rather intricate and challenging card game that require its players to be skilled at multiple game tasks, including declaring cards, melding, remembering the seen cards, deducing the opponent's cards, and trick playing - in other words at all the main attributes that any good card player should have.
MeggieSoft Games Euchre & Ecarte is a full implementation of two card games: Ecarte and Euchre (the two-player version). Play against an online opponent or your computer with many customizable visual, audio, and game options. Both games involve winning the majority of five tricks. In Ecarte, each player is able to swap unwanted cards with fresh ones from the stock before playing the tricks. In Euchre, the players negotiate the trump suit.
MeggieSoft Games Pinochle & Bezique is a comprehensive implementation of the Pinochle and Bezique card games (the two-player versions). Play against an online opponent or against your computer. Pinochle & Bezique has rich user interface with many visual, audio, and game options. Both are games of accumulating points from melding cards and winning tricks with the object of reaching the game target before your opponent.
Gin Rummy is another card game from MeggieSoft Games. This one offers an electronic version of the classic card game also known as “Gin”, one of the most popular card games of the “Rummy” family. This version of the Gin Rummy game supports both the Oklahoma Gin and the Hollywood scoring methods.
German Whist is a addictive card game by Meggiesoft Games, which, as its name suggests, represents an electronic version of the quite popular two-player version of Whist improperly named "German Whist" as it was in fact created in England and not in Germany.
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