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The New and Improved Super Hearts: Double Deck Cancellation Chaos Version 1.2!


Hi, Mom (and the two or so other people who play my games)!  I just wanted to let you know that Super Hearts: Double Deck Cancellation Chaos was recently updated.  So what’s this big update?

It no longer cheats!  Oops!  When playing in games where the jack of diamonds is worth -10 points, the AI would cheat and play that card at illegal times.  That sneaky ThumbSnail!  Who knew that he was really a ThumbShark?  Well, now he’ll have to beat you fairly.

This update has been applied to both the iOS and Android versions.

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Simple Sevens for iOS Update – Version 1.1

Download Simple Sevens for free on the App Store
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!

Simple Sevens - New Super Button
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

Simple Sevens with Six 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!

Download Super Sevens on the App Store

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Super Sevens for iOS Update – Version 1.2

The latest version of Super Sevens for iOS just got posted to the store.  Nothing too major in this update;  I better optimized the background graphics so that the app file size is smaller and takes up less space.

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Super Sevens for Android Update – Amazon Coins

(04/02/15 – UPDATE:  This promotion is now over.  You will no longer receive 60 Amazon Coins for downloading Super Sevens on the Amazon Appstore.  Thank you to the one person who bought it during this promotional period.  Did you like it?  Was it fun?  Did you tell all of your friends and family members about how awesome it is?  I guess your family doesn’t value your opinions.  That’s ok, thank you for trying.  It might just be that your family is more interested in “Hearts” than “Sevens”.  If that’s the case, you should totally let them know that there’s a new card game by ThumbSnail Studios out on the Amazon Appstore called “Super Hearts:  Double Deck Cancellation Chaos”.  It’s really fun, and I’m sure everyone you know will like it.  Hopefully they’ll listen to you this time.)

Super Sevens for Android on the Amazon Appstore now rewards you with 60 Amazon Coins when you buy it!  Each Amazon Coin is worth $0.01 when making purchases through the Amazon Appstore.  Click here for more details on Amazon Coins.

Super Sevens for Android Title

Note the new Achievement Button on the title screen!

Super Sevens for Android is also now integrated with Amazon GameCircle.  This allows for the following benefits:

-Whispersync for Games:  If you so desire, you can sync your data with the cloud and transfer your settings/stats over to another Android device.

-Achievements:  Whether you sign into GameCircle or not, Super Sevens now comes with 29 additional challenges to overcome!  Much like the game’s AI, these challenges range from very easy to very hard.  Can you beat them all?

Super Sevens Achievements Sample

Some of the Achievements to obtain in Super Sevens. (Oh yeah, I owned “The Casuals” in Double Deck mode.)

These new features are not limited to just Amazon phones and tablets but work on any Android device running at least Android 2.3.3.  However, to utilize Whispersync for games, you will need an Amazon account.  Achievements can be obtained and accessed with or without an Amazon account.  For those of you who opt to sign into GameCircle, you may be interested in Amazon’s GameCircle Terms of Use and Amazon’s Privacy Notice.

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Super Sevens 64 Update

Super Sevens for iOS just upgraded to version 1.1 on the App Store!  The main difference in this version is that it includes 64-bit support.  No, unfortunately, this does not mean that it now runs on the Nintendo 64.  However, it does meet Apple’s new requirements for 2015.

Here are the other changes in this version:

– Changing the background color while in the middle of a game now correctly updates the background image on iPhones.  (iPads were never affected.)

– Fixed a minor bug that no one would have ever seen or noticed.  However, I noticed it.  And it bugged me.  So I fixed it.

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