4 Player Solitaire! Nertz is a crazy ninja fast, real-time, multiplayer card game like Solitaire. Nertz (Pounce) is a combination of the card games Speed and Solitaire.
The goal of the game is to play all of your Nertz cards before the other player do. Game play is similar to Solitaire but all players share their Foundation piles and need to play ninja fast to win.
Nertz can be played with any amount of people; this version plays with 4 players. Each player uses their own deck of cards in a solitaire–style competition that requires speed and skill. The object of each hand is to try to be the first player to call out “Nertz” by getting rid of their thirteen-card Nertz pile. A game of Nertz is played to a score of 100.
After you play Nertz, multiplayer card games like blackjack, solitaire, or poker will feel slow.
Nertz is known by a number of different names: Hell, Nerts, Pounce, Peanuts, Racing Demon and Squinch
Nertz Solitaire 1.8.0
Shuffle draw pile if no one has played in 20 seconds
More stats - Matches played
Bug fix - placing cards on other players piles
Removed Facebook integration
Ratings and Reviews
Great game, just one thing.
Game play is great and pretty similar to real life (the competition in the lake is a lot nicer haha). My only suggestion would be that there needs to be some sort of countdown or maybe request for the player to say “flip” like in real life to start the game. It took me quite off guard when I hit the play button and people were already throwing aces down before I’d even looked at my cards. Other than that, great game.
Been a player with real cards and people for the last 20 years and they've captured the game really well. We actually play with an undo rule when flipping the 3 cards too quickly covers a playable card. There's actually a stat for number of undos in the game, but I'll be damned if I can figure out how to use it (no mention of it in the instructions).
Would be 5 stars but...
Would be 5 stars but sometimes the game gets to a point where everyone is stuck and the app doesn’t do anything. Usually if everyone gets stuck, each player takes the top card of their pile and puts it on the bottom. Therefore making the results of drawing three completely different. Fun game, well made orherwise
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.