Windows 8, 10 App Check: Belote

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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There are plenty of interesting Windows 8 cards games to be played and Belote is one of them. Not too many have heard about this cards game, but those who do, will definitely find it enjoyable on a Windows 8 tablet.
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I have been playing Belote as a kid with my friends and even now I won’t refuse a good old game of Belote. This is a cards game that has been allegedly played for the first time by French, but is especially popular in Russia and Eastern Europe. So, if you know how the play the Belote cards game and you also own a Windows 8 tablet, then what you need to do is to download the Belote! app that we’re talking about here.

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Play Belote on your Windows 8 tablet

Join this great Belote event: the Gardon.org Belote Tour. Practice much as you want on short game. Start the adventure with $ 5,000. Your goal? Win a lot of dollars day after day, and go higher and higher in the world best belote players ranking. Take your chance and challenge the most talented players. Will you be one of the best? Will you be able to get at the top?

The single downside of this interesting Windows 8 Belote app is the fact that you will have to pay $2.49 to get it, but since it is the single such card game in the Windows 8 Store, perhaps it makes sense to price it like that. What is not so great is the fact that there is no trial option available, so that you could see whether or not this game is for you. Inside the app, you will have access to world ranking, full HD support and there is also the option of training with a short Belote game. If you are into cards game, you might check out the recently launched UNO card game, as well.

Download Belote cards game for Windows 8

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