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- Four Great Game Modes.
- Play In 10 Unique Island Locations.
- Unlockable Card Backs And Mini-Games.
- Endless SKIP-BO Fun.
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There are also several game modes to choose from: Adventure (just a somewhat level-driven game where you can earn awards and unlock different card decks), Classic, Speed (play with 10 cards in stock pile instead of the classic 30) and team play (you with a computer player against another computer player team -- in this mode, you can use both yours and your team-mate's visible cards).
Another reviewer mentioned the computer player not always playing cards they could have played. While I have seen this happen too, I think it really simulates human error pretty well. There are 3 levels of computer player to select -- the easy setting definitely makes mistakes like this, which would allow a child to play against it without getting frustrated by losing every time. The medium level makes those mistakes less often. I haven't tried the hard level yet.
The sound effects are very nice: quiet card sounds, points amassing, bonus, etc, as well as background beach sounds like waves and sea birds -- nothing annoying and everything relaxing.
The only thing I found to criticize is that there is no option to save a game in progress. The adventure mode automatically saves its state when you finish a round, but we can't save a match in progress otherwise. Not a huge deal, but it would have been nice.
(Playing on Vista 32 bit).
It works fine, but all in all a waste of money.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this game and play it nearly every day. Super fun. JoannePublished 14 months ago by Joanne Jones
I purchased this program for my 85 year old mother and it quit working within a week. So much for ordering cheap games on Amazon.Published on June 15, 2014 by James Y.
I like that it is not connected to the internet.Now they need to make a version for my kindle fire.Published on December 11, 2013 by Tammy Stadler