MauMau.纸牌 for S60
- 软件大小： 0.46MB
- 软件类型： 正式版
软件平台：Symbian S60无插件 安全 正式版
J 卡=20分 [尽量不要留住这张牌，不过如果你把这张留到最后一张卡发出去，分数可以Double计算]
Mau Mau is a classic card game of two to four players on your mobile phone screen.
The game is played against three AI opponents, so that total four players participate in the game. The player may choose in menu also different number of players from two to four, and select which players should be present.
Player''s cards are located at the bottom of screen. The game is turn-based, each time a player moves, (s)he either plays card from hands, or takes card from the base pile. The goal of the game is to get rid of all cards from the hand. (Note that this description doesn''t supplement actual game rules, which are not described here, but are completely described in game''s help screen).
After winning a round, the winner gets points, and the game continues with next turn, until one of players reaches such amount of points, that the game is over. The round winners are rewarded after each round, as well as the winner of the game is rewarded when the game is over. The reward is in a form of special item placed in front of winner, and satisfaction from seeing the opponents being deadly sad that they have not won.
The opponents have animated parts of face in order to show their emotions. This includes eyes, mouth, and some figures have special animations (e.g. the boy uses sticking out his tongue when making good turn).
Well known card game
Hours of fun
Mau - Mau
It is a variation of "Oito Maluco" (Crazy Eight), which is a pastime for people of all ages. The very young ones, just for fun; teenagers, by bidding in various ways; adults, with real bids, by adopting the scoring system of "Pontinho" or "Taradinho". The number of players is not preset, and the game is more exciting with 7 or 8 people.
The objective is to get rid of all the cards. Two standard decks are used, dealing seven cards clockwise to each player. The undealt stock is left on a pile, in the middle of the table, the first one is turned face up as the starting card.
From then on, each player, at his turn, tries to follow the top card, by discarding either a card of the same suit or of the same rank. The discarded cards are piled up, and the card on top is always kept open.
Whenever a player cannot follow the card of the table, he will draw from the stock, one by one and as many cards as necessary to be able to discard. If the stock cards are over, the discarding pile is shuffled, and the last one is open to start a new discarding pile.
Players are allowed to draw even if they have a suitable card in their hands. The player who finishes first is the winner of that hand. When a player has only one card left, he must alert other players. If he fails to do so, he will have to draw two cards from the stock as a penalty.
When a player finishes his cards, the points of each player will be scored and recorded. If a player reaches 100 points, he will "blow up". In order to continue playing he will have to "drop" a chip in the pot, which will belong to the winner of the game. The game is over when one player gets rid of his last card and the other players all blow up at the same time.
The decisive cards in Mau-Mau are:
Jack - works as a joker; the player who discards it may choose the suit he wants the others to follow.
10 - the game reverses direction. If it was going clockwise, it changes to counterclockwise and vice-versa.
Ace - the next player is "skipped", missing his turn.
Two - the next player will have to draw three cards and miss his turn.
If anybody ends up with a Jack, all players should score their points double. If anybody ends up with a Two, everybody will have to draw three cards. If a player has a Two in his hands when another player ends the game, he will also have to draw three cards for each Two he has.
Rank of cards:
Jack - 20 points
Ace - 1 point
Figures - 10 points
The remaining cards keep their nominal value. For example, a Five is worth five points, an Eight is worth eight points, and so on.