Euchre needs no explanation to those who love it. Super Euchre! brings the magic of the game to life in your hand just like you were playing with your best friends. Nines and Tens, Ace No Face – your favorite game options are ready for you to play.
Waiting in a line, sitting on a train, plane, bus or just bored at work… you need Super Euchre!
Ratings and Reviews
Best euchre app, average game
I’ve played just about every free euchre app and this one is the best of them. However, there are still some issues with this game.
First off, your partner constantly makes incorrect moves. For example, if they call trump with the right bower, king and queen of trump, and two off suits, they will ALWAYS lead the low trump, lose the trick, then play the right bower to win the next trick. This causes us to lose hands, and even games, which is maddening. To be fair, your opponent will do this as well, causing you to win at times when you shouldn’t, but this is still something that shouldn’t happen.
Secondly, the amount of times I call nines and tens and then receive either 2 or 3 nines and tens back does not make sense. Statistically speaking, the chances that I receive 5-6 of the 8 nines and tens multiple times in one game is theoretically 0, so the programmers need to work that out.
Overall, this is a good game, and the best free euchre app. You can control speed of play, your partners “tendencies”, auto-play options, and different game rules. I just still get annoyed with my partner too often and it baffles me that in an app where you only play one game, the computer players play incorrectly, even after multiple updates.
This app needs some work. When a player calls trump and has, for example, the right bower, a queen of trump and a 10 of trump plus 2 additional off suite cards, the player who called trump will lead the queen of trump instead of the right bower. This is ridiculous.
Also, when I call Trump, and lets say I have the left bower, a king of trump and a 9 of trump, my playing partner will lead his only trump card...... for example, the 10 of trump. With nothing else worth anything in his hand. This is also poor play.
If I call trump, my partner should only lead the left or right bower to show me he has 1 or both of these cards.
Random deal? Are you sure?
It's incredible how many times the computer (opponent) gets to go alone with right, left and 2 other trumps. One might say it is statistically improbable. Certainly doesn't feel random...
The computer partner is also very inconsistent, not calling trump with left, right and at least one other trump card, but calling trump with left and a low trump. This appears to be score related behavior?
Regardless of the implementation, it feels as though the deals and computer play are based on the current score rather than being truly random and consistent.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.