The latest version of Simple Sevens for iOS just got posted to the App Store! Check out the new “Super Button” added to the title screen!
Pressing this button creates a random game with:
– 5 to 6 players (difficulty between Casual and Merciless)
– 6 as the midpoint card
– 6 or 7 suits
And this is just a small taste of some of the features in Super Sevens. Check out the full version to play with up to 10 suits, a double deck, or a hearts-style survival mode!
You have to dig pretty deep to find some of the best games. Just how hidden were these gems back in 2013? They were so hidden they didn’t even exist! But if they didn’t exist back in 2013, how did they make it onto a “Top Card Games for 2013” list? The only possible explanation is that the AI in the game is so smart that it created a time machine to go back in time and promote itself! Wow! Amazing!
Maybe “The Merciless” AI should change its name to “The Master of Space and Time”? If you couldn’t beat it in 2013, just think how much smarter it is in 2015!
Back in 2013, Simple Sevens recently just added a new “Super Button” the other day. (Uh… this time warp stuff is getting very confusing…) Anyways, try out the new button to sample some of the cool features of Super Sevens!
Even though it’s early in the year, it’s safe to assume that the two apps listed below will be topping the charts for Best Card Game Apps of 2015. Both apps are developed by ThumbSnail Studios, and both are available for iOS and Android. Enjoy!
Super Sevens was the underdog smash hit of the year. With so many different game types and options, it comes quite close to legally being able to declare that it is endless fun.
Simple Sevens is the free “lite” version of the above game. While not as action-packed as its brother Super Sevens, it’s nice to be able to try out the controls and confirm for yourself that it indeed plays smoothly.
Simple Sevens for iOS by Jeffrey Derrenberger (ThumbSnail Studios) is now available for download on the App Store for free!
Simple Sevens is the classic version of the card game “Sevens”. Take the game for a spin, try out the easy controls (double tap or drag), and get a feel for the different difficulties (7 in total, ranging from very easy to very hard). And then consider getting Super Sevens, “Sevens” to the extreme with all sorts of customization options (up to 10 different suits) and challenges (such as double deck mode).
There’s even an Easter Egg in Simple Sevens where you can try out one of the game types from Super Sevens. Click on the ThumbSnail on the Title Screen. Then click on the ThumbSnail on the About Screen. This will let you play a game with 6 suits, 5 players, and an 8 as the midpoint. The AI type is randomly chosen to be Casual or higher.
Simple Sevens requires at least iOS 5.1.1; thus, any iPad, any iPhone 3GS or newer, and any 3rd generation iPod Touch or newer
First of all, for those who happened to look at Simple Seven’s Amazon page the first day it went live… Simple Sevens is definitely NOT rated “Mature”. That was some weird glitch that has since been fixed. I mean, yes, the seven of diamonds logo is sexy, but it ain’t that sexy. Anyways…
Simple Sevens by Jeffrey Derrenberger (ThumbSnail Studios) is now available for Android exclusively at the Amazon Appstore for free!
Simple Sevens is the classic version of the card game “Sevens”, a card game particularly great for kids. But Simple Sevens can be fun for adults, too. Play against The Friendly for a relaxing game, or take on The Merciless for more of a challenge.
Simple Sevens can also be thought of as the Lite version of Super Sevens. In fact, there’s even an Easter Egg in Simple Sevens where you can try out one of the game types from Super Sevens. Click on the ThumbSnail on the Title Screen. Then click on the ThumbSnail on the About Screen. This will let you play a game with 6 suits, 5 players, and an 8 as the midpoint. The AI type is randomly chosen to be Casual or higher.
Simple Sevens requires at least Android 2.3.3.