WeWeWeb Bridge (Free)

WeWeWeb Bridge (Free)


A Contract Bridge Game that can be played by self offline against robot or connect via Internet to play with your friends. The robot uses SAYC/ACOL/PRECISION/2-over-1 GF (partially implemented). It is a beta-release and is subjected to continue development efforts. Your comments on how to improve the game are welcome. For bug report, please email directly to [email protected]

For any complaints related to robot's bidding in solo game, you are recommended to use the in-app robot problem report mechanism. For online game, simply give us the board number and your username.

Special Notice:
In order to add Bluetooth feature to our game, we have decided to cease the support of Android 1.6. This is a special version that extends the expiry date for using 1.6 phones. So if you are still using 1.6 phone, please make sure that you have this update.

Warning: The robot for the current release is weak. If you are a serious bridge player, please don't install it until production version released.

Recent changes:
v0.9.3
- Add daily tournament location ranking information.
- (Fix)Solo tournament screen enters an invalid state when application suspended for a long time.
- (Fix)Weak 2 defense, robot passed with 22 HCP.
- (Improve)1C-(P)-1S-(2D) robot passes with balance hand and stoppers.
- (Improve)Upon a takeout double, major suit is preferred to minor.
- (Improve)Penalty double on slam contract.

...And more, see release notes in the app!
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4.1
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About WeWeWeb Bridge (Free)
A Contract Bridge Game that can be played by self offline against robot or connect via Internet to play with your friends. The robot uses SAYC/ACOL/PRECISION/2-over-1 GF (partially implemented). It is a beta-release and is subjected to continue development efforts. Your comments on how to improve the game are welcome. For bug report, please email directly to [email protected]

For any complaints related to robot's bidding in solo game, you are recommended to use the in-app robot problem report mechanism. For online game, simply give us the board number and your username.

Special Notice:
In order to add Bluetooth feature to our game, we have decided to cease the support of Android 1.6. This is a special version that extends the expiry date for using 1.6 phones. So if you are still using 1.6 phone, please make sure that you have this update.

Warning: The robot for the current release is weak. If you are a serious bridge player, please don't install it until production version released.

Recent changes:
v0.9.3
- Add daily tournament location ranking information.
- (Fix)Solo tournament screen enters an invalid state when application suspended for a long time.
- (Fix)Weak 2 defense, robot passed with 22 HCP.
- (Improve)1C-(P)-1S-(2D) robot passes with balance hand and stoppers.
- (Improve)Upon a takeout double, major suit is preferred to minor.
- (Improve)Penalty double on slam contract.

...And more, see release notes in the app!

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User reviews of WeWeWeb Bridge (Free)
Great for some casual bridge on the train. Looking forward to future releases. Thanks for your efforts!
Jul 4, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Saturday 4:28 PM
I've tried the local tournaments. I wonder if its better to just pass on EVERYTHING. East & West have the better Hand nearly EVERY time.
A Google User
Jul 21, 2014
Simply the best Great app. Kept up to date. Best bridge experience out there
A Google User
Jul 20, 2014
What happened? Got your update after att updated android to kitkat 4.4.2. Thanks for Quick response. Red colors are back. Back to 5stars. Good job.
A Google User
Jul 14, 2014
Cheers!
A Google User
Jul 13, 2014
The robots cheat. NEVER miss a finesse. NEVER! They can finesse a 5. Even your partner robot cheats