Windows 8, 10 ‘Spades’ Game gets AI Improvements

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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In the past, we have talked about the Windows 8 Spades game by the Random Salad Games developer, along with other Windows 8 Spades and Hearts card games. Now, it has received an update that I’ve spotted in the Windows Store.
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We love Windows 8 card games, because it’s really cool to play them on your Windows 8 tablet, ain’t that right? In the past, we have feature such card games as Belote, Bridge, UNO and others. Spades is another very popular Windows 8 card game with thousands of players all over the world. And now, it has received an update the improves the AI (artificial intelligence), as new computer players have been made available in the game.

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Play the classic card game of Spades right on Windows 8! Play against intelligent computer opponents in this fun, fast loading game. Enjoy both normal and suicide modes as well as two difficulty settings. Keep track of your progress with in game statistics, and even rename your opponents.

Classical card game Spades gets improved on Windows 8

The brand new AI players are “smarter”, so you will have a hard time beating them, or, at least, that’s what the developers hope to achieve with this update. However, there are still easy and hard difficulty modes, along with two different game playing modes: classic and suicide. Inside the app you will have detailed statistics to track your progress and there’s also present the ability to rename your opponents.

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