Trump It is played with a pack of 40 cards, the aim of the game is to trump your opponent by getting the top trump and take all his cards. The cards have categories featuring data about classic computers, compete against your opponent by selecting the best category from the following categories:
Hard Disk Size,
The release date category wins (Trumps) when it is the oldest, all other categories win (Trumps) when they are the highest value.
The player with the winning value (The Top Trump) for the category selected wins the 2 cards and places them at the bottom off their pile of cards. In the event of a draw both the cards of the player and opponent are added into the draw-pot. The winner of the next round wins all of the cards in the draw-pot as well as the top card from each player.
The following games are available to play:
One Player - The player plays against the computer, winning when he trumps the computer and takes all the cards.
Two Player - Two people play passing the device between each other. The winner must take all the other players cards.
Points Game - The Player plays against the computer and is awarded points for winning dependent on the category selected. Points are displayed in the red circles next to each category button. The higher the chance of winning the lower the points. To get a high score you must risk gambling on a category with a small chance of winning. Try playing for a draw as both players points are added into a draw-pot, whoever wins the next hand is awarded all the points in the draw-pot. Winning 5 consecutive hands will result in the points available being doubled (the points in the red circle are doubled). Losing a hand will return all points values back to their original values. The game ends when all the computers cards have been taken.
The pack of Cards can be viewed Via the View Cards Menu option.
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