E-Card

E-Card


E-Card game from the anime named "Kaiji" (watch it, awesome anime about gambling). The E-Card game is like RPS with a twist. The game is played heads-up, and we have two sides, the emperor side, and the slave side. The emperor side have 5 cards: 4 citizens and 1 emperor, the slave side have 5 cards also: 4 citizens and 1 slave.
First create game will get a random game ID,
tell the game ID to Player 2 and input the game ID,
wait for connection successful.
Create game is Player 1,
Join game is Player 2,
Each player is given five cards. Player 1 is given four Citizen cards and one Emperor card, Player 2 is given four Citizen cards and one Slave card,
Card Rules
Emperor Card
The Emperor card beats a Citizen card, but will lose out to the Slave card.
Slave Card
The Slave card loses to a Citizen card, but will beat the Emperor card.
Citizen Card
Ties with other Citizen cards, but will lose to the Emperor.
Examples
The Emperor side plays Emperor. The Slave side picks Citizen. The Slave side loses.
The Emperor side plays Citizen. The Slave side picks Slave. The Slave side loses.
The Emperor side plays Emperor. The Slave side picks Slave. The Slave side wins.
The Emperor side plays Citizen. The Slave Side picks Citizen. The match is a tie.
The rules are simple, but the subtle nuances are complex: There are 5 sessions of 5 rounds with 5 possible hands each round, During a hand, the first player to act pick the first card and place it facing the table, the next player to act do the same thing, and they reveal their cards. The citizens beat the slave, the emperor beat the citizens, and the slave beat the emperor, since he have nothing to lose. Obviously the emperor side have a huge advantage, but the slave side get 5:1 if it wins, since the only possible way of winning is the emperor side laying down the emperor at same time the slave side is laying down the slave.
finally save the card player is winner.
enjoy the game.
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2.8
User ratings
36
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
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File size
14914 kb
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About E-Card
E-Card game from the anime named "Kaiji" (watch it, awesome anime about gambling). The E-Card game is like RPS with a twist. The game is played heads-up, and we have two sides, the emperor side, and the slave side. The emperor side have 5 cards: 4 citizens and 1 emperor, the slave side have 5 cards also: 4 citizens and 1 slave.
First create game will get a random game ID,
tell the game ID to Player 2 and input the game ID,
wait for connection successful.
Create game is Player 1,
Join game is Player 2,
Each player is given five cards. Player 1 is given four Citizen cards and one Emperor card, Player 2 is given four Citizen cards and one Slave card,
Card Rules
Emperor Card
The Emperor card beats a Citizen card, but will lose out to the Slave card.
Slave Card
The Slave card loses to a Citizen card, but will beat the Emperor card.
Citizen Card
Ties with other Citizen cards, but will lose to the Emperor.
Examples
The Emperor side plays Emperor. The Slave side picks Citizen. The Slave side loses.
The Emperor side plays Citizen. The Slave side picks Slave. The Slave side loses.
The Emperor side plays Emperor. The Slave side picks Slave. The Slave side wins.
The Emperor side plays Citizen. The Slave Side picks Citizen. The match is a tie.
The rules are simple, but the subtle nuances are complex: There are 5 sessions of 5 rounds with 5 possible hands each round, During a hand, the first player to act pick the first card and place it facing the table, the next player to act do the same thing, and they reveal their cards. The citizens beat the slave, the emperor beat the citizens, and the slave beat the emperor, since he have nothing to lose. Obviously the emperor side have a huge advantage, but the slave side get 5:1 if it wins, since the only possible way of winning is the emperor side laying down the emperor at same time the slave side is laying down the slave.
finally save the card player is winner.
enjoy the game.
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Apr 28, 2014
I am disappointed It wont work for me.
A Google User
Apr 22, 2014
Not Working! It's a waste of time and effort. The game could be a great past time, if only it works.
A Google User
Apr 21, 2014
Not working The game keep me waiting for game session and won't start at all