This card game with an attitude, is a fast moving and addictive card game. A form of competitive solitaire where you are challenged by the wit and skill of Spite, the computer opponent. Similar to SkipBo. Also playable with an Internet/LAN connection
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Spiteful Bank 3.0.0 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.
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Description: This card game with an attitude, is fast moving and addictive. It's a form of competitive solitaire (patience), where you are challenged by the wit and skill of Spite, the resident computer opponent personality. It's a very old card game, also known as 'Cat and Mouse' and is similar to SkipBo. This Multiple Personality Edition can be played as a 2, 3 or 4 player game against entertaining computer personalities. Use standard picture playing cards or special easy to read cards. There are 3 computer skill levels and changeable rules. The game is fully customizable. Add-on personalities are available for registered users. Can also be played against anyone with an Internet or LAN connection. Quick start tutorial included.
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