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Elevens

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Feb 25, 2012 | 6:04 PM EST

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Cards are cleared in one of two ways:
1. select two cards with a sum total of 11 (aces equal 1)
2. select a complete set of king, queen, and jack

Cards do not have to match suite, though it may help you unlock achievements. Make matches in quick succession to gain a time bonus at the end of the game.

Put your skill to the test completing each difficulty then set your sights on topping the leaderboard!

Reviews


MorristMorrist

Rated 4 / 5 stars

The concept is great and the game is very fun and addicting. I like the idea and the visuals were executed great. The only problem is that its too easy to run out of moves, and it doesn't always tell you when you're out of moves. Otherwise an excellent game, great job!


TeamAtomic responds:

Thanks for all the feedback guys!!

I've updated the game to ensure at least a few moves can be made from the start to give a chance of getting a run together. However, the rest of the deck is shuffled randomly as before.

Regards to not telling you moves are not available, don't forget you can select king, queen, jack. If you are still certain there are no more moves can you email me a screen shot so I can understand the conditions causing the problem. I have tested the game many many times and believe it correctly recognises when and there are moves available and when the game has ended.

Cheers


wstrumpelwstrumpel

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

It's addicting and entertaining. I like the fast pace, and it was good for me to practice my addition. Overall, I liked it.



DiMonoDiMono

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like it. It's simple, easy to understand, and quick to play. I have some doubts about a couple of the achievements though, specifically the "Flush" ones. Since the game is basically predetermined, the "Flush" achievements really just come down to how much patience you have, rather than anything related to skill. Getting through the difficulties quickly, sure. Getting through them each 20 times, why not. But ones that essentially come down to "play enough times that something happens"? I don't really see the purpose.



dangerdirk96dangerdirk96

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This was very fun. It was easy to understand what you had to do.



Soundbyte2kxSoundbyte2kx

Rated 3 / 5 stars

entertaining. Hard mode is just a "stacked deck" though, making it semi-impossible to finish.