Kachuful is a trick card game originated in India.
It is a variation of Oh Hell and is also known as Judgment or Forecasting in some countries.
There are several variations of this game.
Do you count your score by adding 10 to hands or multiplying hands by 10?
Do you play with a restriction that last player can't guess remaining hands in round?
Don't worry. We got you covered.
In game settings, you can select your scoring model and last player restriction.
Create a new room, share room with friends and ask them to join.
While they are joining, you can review settings. Start the game when all the players are in the room.
Each player gets 1 card in round 1, 2 cards in round 2 etc. upto round 8
Trump changes in every round in repeating order of Spade, Diamond, Club and Heart
Each player is asked to estimate hands in the beginning of every round
Last player to estimate cannot select remaining cards in round, so in other words atleast one person must loose. This setting can be turned off by Admin in Settings
Each player plays one card, first player's card type determines what other players can play
If any player doesn't have that type of card, they can use trump to win the hand or use any other card
Each player that wins exact number of hands as predicted in the beginning wins the points
If a player estimated 3 and wins exactly 3 hands, player gets 13 or 30 points depending on settings set by Room Admin
Player with highest points at the end of 8 rounds is winner
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- Player's phone will vibrate when it's their turn to play
- Added back button in game screen to easily exit a game
- Fixed issue where player was able to play an already played card at the end of turn
- Additional UX improvements based on user feedback