• Publisher: Aidem Media
  • Genre: Casino
  • Device: Universal
  • Size: 20.2 MB
  • Version: 1.3
  • Price: $0.99
  • Average User Rating:
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App description: Important notice Deck Buster is now included in Reiner Knizias Card Buster game released by BulkyPix.

"The game and the app are almost perfect: the rules and strategy are simple to grasp, but yield hours of gameplay..." - FreshApps

A fresh, fast and fun twist on the rules of Poker designed by legendary game designer Reiner Knizia.

Deck Buster is ideal for fans of card games and logical challenges. Simple rules are a perfect starting point for this new and intriguing game by master game designer Reiner Knizia.

At first glance, the task appears simple: place the cards to build strong card combinations, and with a touch of luck you will progress.

The number of cards, however, is limited, so they must be placed very carefully to score as many points as possible and to earn as many bonus cards as possible.

The game can be played in two different modes: Deckbuster 32 is played with a short deck of 32 cards. Deckbuster Wild is played with a full deck of 52 cards, but all 2s are Jokers.

There are 59 achievements waiting to be conquered, and leaderboards for the best players to compete for the top spots!

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The game is out - I don't know why it displays the processing thing.

EDIT: Maybe it has something to do with the AppShopper.com site is delayed today.
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03-22-2012, 05:38 PM
#11
Joined: Feb 2009
Location: Redding, CA, USA
Posts: 11,150
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Originally Posted by BazookaTime View Post
I am pretty happy with the game so far and think I will like it better the more I play. The graphics are really polished and the touch gameplay is great.
I think I'll bump my earlier evaluation up to a 4 now.

It is very polished with a great interface but I'm so used to RK game's having multiple layers of depth and strategy and this one just feels kind of two dimensional.

I mean for the most part it just feels make the highest ranking power hands you can to earn as many extra cards as possible...but actually, okay, there is a bit more to it.

To really keep the bonus cards coming you'll need to figure out how to make all 9 combinations as efficiently as possible and how to work the line clearing mechanism. As far as I know all cards dropped off from the bottom go back into the deck so, if being clever, one could really increase their odds of getting the cards they need for a royal flush by working on it on the bottom and using the upper two rows as a means to simply hold another 10 cards not needed for this hand.

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03-23-2012, 10:33 AM
#12
Joined: Feb 2009
Location: Redding, CA, USA
Posts: 11,150
See, just to keep in line with my conspiracy theory of this game being closely related to Lines of Gold, notice how Lines of Gold was JUST updated yesterday?

Totally different publishers but perhaps they share some internal coding bits?

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