The classic card game Hearts is now available on your iPhone or iPod Touch. With rich graphics and smooth animations, Hearts Free is the premier Hearts app on the app store - and best of all, it's free.
Try to stick your opponents with as many hearts as possible, while simultaneously avoiding hearts yourself. Watch out for the Queen of Spades, she'll ruin your day.
Hearts Free features an outstanding artificial intelligence engine. Three different difficulty levels ensure that you can play against a computer opponent that matches your skill level.
Hearts Free offers many exciting features, including:
* Great graphics and awesome sound effects
* Play to 50, 100, or 150 points
* Option to count Jack of Diamonds as -10 points
* Configurable game speed (slow, medium, or fast)
* Automatic save when you get a phone call or exit the app
If you've been waiting for a killer Hearts game for your iPhone or iPod Touch, this is it. Download Hearts Free today!
• GDPR support
• Minor bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
The computer counts cards AND it knows what cards I have in my hand. I have played hundreds of games on this app. I have studied it time and time again.
For example, left player played a 9 of diamonds. One player played a heart, and the other played queen of spades. I only had the 10 of diamonds. This forced me to take the truck and eat 13 points. We still had 10 cards each left in our hands, and I closely watched the other cards player 1 could’ve played. They could’ve played their 3 of clubs, or their 3 of spades. This would’ve kept them from taking a trick, yet they played a high diamond knowing i only had one higher diamond in my hand, and knowing that the other players were going to play point cards against me. I QUIT!!!
I’m going to find another version that doesn’t cheat. If I could count cards, and know what my opponents had, I could win just about every hand, too.
I don’t mind losing if it’s fair; however, if you have to cheat to win; how good are you?!?!
Therapeutic / by: Neonta
I was never really happy or unhappy with this game. However I only play card or any kind of games when I can't sleep. These are for times I need distractions from intellectual input of the day, that I just can not turn off. No, I'm not a Robot or a Computer. However I do sometimes feel that others think differently.
Hearts does seem less entertaining, but it serves my purpose. I like the game. I win very frequently and even if I didn't. Well it's just a game. However the computers should be more accommodating to the user. Hopefully your reviews will be read and applied.
Myself, I'll continue for the therapeutic value it provides.
The Hearts game with protected class citizens
I’ll start with a trick I noticed... if you manage to shoot the moon early in this game, it will give you easy hands.
However for the most part, in every game there is a “chosen one” (usually Ann) who will win almost every time. This is accomplished in two ways: First, the computer will go to ridiculous lengths to make sure you get as many points as possible, Including regularly awarding you the queen of spades in situations where that would never happen, such as when you play a two-card. Second, any rare point you manage to avoid will immediately be snatched up by one of the two village idiots, whose sole purpose is to protect the chosen one.
If you want to know what it’s like to play against Tom Brady, this game may be as close as you can get.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.