Article Author: Magmic Inc.
The easiest way to use this app on your PC is through the use of ApowerMirror. It is an application that is made for the purpose of letting you mirror your phone’s screen in your Windows/Mac computer screen.
This application enables users to stream apps to your pc from your phone on high resolution and without lag. Hence you can use Simple Hearts for PC without Bluestacks. Moreover, this tool comes with an easy-to-use interface. You just need to connect your phone to the computer and you are good to navigate your phone with mouse and keyboard.
Without further ado, here is the step-by-step procedure on how to use Simple Hearts for your computer in 4 simple steps below:
You can also use Emulators to run Android applications on PC.
One example is the BlueStacks App Player. It is a powerful tool that provides users a virtual device similar to an actual phone. This also enables users to install games and other popular and in-demand applications.
Thus, you’ll be able to access the Play Store without any restrictions. The downside of this is it slows down the performance of your computer even though the app is not running in the background. Not only that, some complains about its sluggish operation.
Let’s proceed with the steps, so we can use Simple Hearts on computer.
No timer, no lives, no limits. Play a relaxing game of Hearts, online or offline, 100% free! Play the best classic Hearts game designed specifically for iOS! Simple Hearts gives you the fun and relaxing Hearts experience you know and love. Play anywhere, with three intelligent computer opponents that feel so realistic it's like they’re sitting at the table with you. This popular challenge, also known as Rickety Kate, Black Lady, Black Maria, and Black Widow, is a family card game favorite. Download and play Simple Hearts wherever you go. GAME FEATURES • Classic look and feel • 3 levels of difficulty • Ability to play offline • Clever computer opponents • Large, easy to read cards • 2 game modes - Classic & Omnibus • 3 game speeds to choose from HOW TO PLAY Hearts is one of the most popular card games in the world. It is played with a standard set of 52 playing cards and is closely related to other trick-taking games like Spades and Euchre. The object of the game is to score the least amount of points. You earn points for every heart you take and if you are unlucky enough to get the Queen of Spades then you are stuck with an extra 13 points. In the default game mode in Simple Hearts, the game ends when someone reaches 50 points. However, that can be changed to 100 points, 150 points or it can be set to end after 1, 3 or 5 rounds of play. HEARTS TERMINOLOGY • Breaking Hearts: Hearts cannot lead a trick until a Heart has been discarded on a trick • Discarding Cards: Players can discard any card if they are unable to play a card of the led suit • First Trick: All penalty cards cannot be played on the first trick. This includes Hearts and the Queen of Spades • Following Suit: Players must follow the suit of the first card played in each trick, if possible • Hand: The cards held by one player • Passing: Before each round, each player will pass three cards to another player. The direction of the cards passed will change each round • Penalty Cards: Hearts are worth 1 point and the Queen of Spades is worth 13 points • Shooting The Moon: When a player collects all Hearts and the Queen of Spades in a single round, they instead score zero and each opponent scores 26 points • Trick: One card played from each player forms the trick • Trick Winner: The player with the highest value card of the led suit collects each trick • Voiding a Suit: When a player no longer has any cards of a specific suit, that suit is considered voided. This allows the player to play cards of other suits when that suit is led TIPS • Be careful when passing cards. You may help an opponent who is trying to shoot the moon if you pass all high ranking cards • Keep track of cards that have been played! There are 13 cards of each suit in the deck. Play around the cards you know are remaining in the deck • Voiding a suit (getting rid of all cards of a specific suit in your hand) is a great way to play your penalty cards on opponents SUPPORT AND FEEDBACK If you have any technical problems, please email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you! FAN PAGES Follow us on Twitter and Like us on Facebook! www.twitter.com/magmic www.facebook.com/magmic