Windows 8 Cribbage Card Game Updated with Support for Windows 8.1, 10
At the end of December, last year, I shared with the audience the Windows 8 app Gin Rummy Free which brought the popular Rummy card game to Windows 8 tablets. Now, the same developer has issued an important update to Cribbage, another interesting Windows 8 card game.
There are plenty of interesting Windows 8 card games that you can play on your Windows 8 tablet, such as Belote, Spades, Hearts and plenty others. Another interesting one that you were probably looking for is Cribbage, and now it has been updated to Windows 8.1. If you are not accustomed with the rules or you’re just a beginner with the cribbage game, don’t worry, as the game comes with instructions that you can follow to make sure you understand all the rules of the game.
Play the Cribbage card game on your Windows 8 tablet
Play the card game that’s been challenging humans for over 400 years, now re-imagined for Windows 8! Featuring four difficulty levels,automatic and manual card counting, as well as muggins, Cribbage is better than ever in electronic form. New to the game? Get help every step of the way with hints, explanation, and automatic card counting. Once you’ve learned the ropes, try a harder difficulty level! Not so new? Hone your skills against the hard or expert AI!
The game comes with 4 different difficulty levels – easy, medium, hard, or expert. If you think you need some help, you can ask for hints or strategic tips from the expert AI. Other useful features of the app are – automatic and manual card counting, detailed breakdowns of the points scored, detailed statistics and an overall beautiful design. So, if you want to start playing cribbage on your Windows 8 tablet completely free, then follow the link from below to download and install it.
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