SB is an engaging and challenging double-solitaire card game, based on Russian Bank/ Crapette, played against a computer opponent. Players are dealt from separate decks and then the challenge begins! Easy to learn how to play. Also playable online.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
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Description: Spiteful Bank is an engaging and challenging double-solitaire card game, based on the card game Russian Bank or Crapette. Try your hand at playing against the computer opponent. This 2-player card game is played with 2 decks of cards, 104 cards in total. Each player's cards are dealt from their separate deck at the beginning of the game and then the challenge begins! Easy to learn how to play for solitaire enthusiasts, hard to stop playing! The software includes a tutorial to get you started.
If you love solitaire style games, you'll find that Spiteful Bank double-solitaire takes solitaire to new level of fun and frustration! The computer opponent will keep you on your toes.
Also playable against anyone with an Internet/LAN connection (human not included).
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