An amazing amount of card games in Card Shark Collection Deluxe

cardshark2 The other day I was looking for some new card games, specifically Rummy, Draw Poker, Cribbage and Solitaire. I was actually amazed to find all these games and about a couple dozen more bundled up in the Card Shark Deluxe package. And this slew of games was only $0.99. The deal was so good in fact that I actually hesitated before making a purchase, something I rarely do with $0.99 cent games. I checked over the reviews scoffed at my own indecision. I’ve never balked at a $0.99 game before. So while I was sitting pool side over the weekend I downloaded the app and went to town on the card games.

First off, this game is an AMAZING deal at $0.99. There are 48 different card games jammed into this little 7.9MB download.

From the app description itself:

Supported games include Klondike Solitaire, Spider Solitaire, FreeCell, Hearts, Blackjack (21), Crazy Eights, Video Draw Poker, Memory Match (aka Concentration), Golf, Royal Cotillion, Royal Parade, Pyramid, Eagle Wing, Calculation Solitaire, Canfield (aka Demon), Forty Thieves, TriPeaks, Beleaguered Castle, Aces Up, Spades (non-partnership variant), Speed, Bastford Solitaire, Deuces Wild, Basic Rummy, Gin Rummy, Rummy 500, Euchre, Limit Texas Hold’Em (prelim), Cribbage, and more.

I mean WOW!

The guys at Easy 8 Software developed some good graphics and useful card mechanics and then plugged in the rules to a huge variety of games. With the variety you have here you should be entertained for months! The only real drawback (and its minor) is I wish I could increase the bet limits for Poker and Blackjack. But considering this game is only $0.99 and is constantly being updated, there is absolutely no reason not to run and grab a copy of this game. Plus, it’s designed for the iPhone and the iPad.

Card Shark Collection™ (Deluxe)

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