Everyone loves card games. The cards used can be a regular 52-card, 4-suit deck, or they can be unique to the game. These games are played all around the world with many of the popular games like euchre, poker, and bridge having variants depending on culture. Typically card games have three common qualities: a dealer, the players, and the cards themselves.
There are card games available for all age ranges and interests. For young children there are card games that are also designed to teach them basic skills such as mathematics, spelling, or visual identification.
A single Google search will bring up dozens of options for free card games to either play online or to download: it’s up to you.
As usual there are more PC/Android free games than for Mac/iOS but there's plenty to go around.
Arkadium Bridge is considered a highly intellectual card game filled with strategy and challenge, and expert-level competitions are held worldwide.
To become an expert at games like Hearts and BlackJack, players must learn to “count cards” which involves memorizing which cards have already been played in order to make a playing decision that maximizes the odds of success.
Once you wade through the dozens of Solitaire variations you’ll find quite the variety, such as Black Jack Vegas, Black Jack City, Black Jack Master, Cardcentration and Gin Rummy.
This is the Microsoft version but Mac users will find versions on the App Store.
Uno is a very simple Crazy Eights-style card game, with a bunch of strategy cards thrown in to make it interesting. Brace yourself for the fast paced Uno card game. The idea of the game is to get to your last card, shout Uno before another player realizes you didn’t, and then attempt to play your last card on your turn to win the round.