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Whot! Free

Free
iPhone / iPad
Genres:
  • Games
  • Card
  • Strategy
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WHOT! Card Game

WHOT! is a social networking platform. Whot! Free Card Game is a classic fast-paced and exciting card game for all ages built on the Whot! Social Networking Platform. Get rid of all your cards first and score points for the cards you play. The first player to shed all their cards wins.

The key features in WHOT! include:
· Detailed Graphics
· Intuitive style menu manipulation and selection using your finger
· Universal app for iPhone™, iPod™ touch and iPad™ devices
· 4 fun and challenging levels! More to come
· Real life rewards for achievements and points in the game using Kiip Rewards
· Automatically tracks and saves all of your game stats
· Free to play on Facebook Social Network
· Online Achievements with Game Center support
· Select your favorite card faces to use, just $0.99.
· On-screen "How to play" instructions and button actions.
· PC-style menus allow easy and intuitive configuration and navigation.
· Retina Display support
· Post, Share, Display Game Scores to Heyzap Social Network for Gamers.

WHOT! Free Card Game is easy to learn but offers players plenty of twists and surprises – making it one of the most popular card games in the world.

WHOT! Free Card Game is for Casual Gamers

Played with just one finger!

Very easy to learn... and addictive.

Enjoyable for kids and adults.

Competitive scoring to compete with friends and family.

A true bargain...FREE... what do you have to lose?

WHOT Scoring
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1 => 15 points
2 => 20 points
3 => 3 points
4 => 4 points
5 => 40 points
6 => 6 points
7 => 7 points
8 => 30 points
9 => 25 points
10 => 10 points
11 => 11 points
12 => 12 points
13 => 13 points
14 => 35 points
Whot => 50 points

Cards of the Star or Orange suit (apart from 1,2,5,8 and 14) have doubled points.

Playing more than one card in a turn gives an extra 50 points multiplied by the current turn (off a 0-based index).

Example: Assuming a player plays the following sequence: 8, 8, 14, 14 and 10.

The points for each card would be as follows: 30 + (50 * 0), 30 + (50 * 1), 10 + (50 * 2), 10 + (50 * 3), 10 + (50 * 4).

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