Callbreak Ludo and Rummy
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👉 Call Break Online & Offline
Callbreak card game is a 4 player strategic trick-taking game. The game is played with a standard 52 deck of cards. You must get maximum tricks (points) to become the winner. Call Break games are generally played for 5 rounds. Each round has 13 possible tricks that you must try to win. In callbreak multiplayer online, Players deal the cards in turn in clockwise direction (But, the game is played counter clockwise in some parts of Nepal). After the dealer deals the cards, players bid (call) for winnable tricks to start the game. You must follow suit (play the same suit as other players). Spade is the trump card– that’s why it is also known as asian variation of the Spades game.
There are local variations to callbreak. It is sometimes called call brake in Nepal. Call Break also has local names like Lakadi in India, and Bridge or Call Bridge, Ghochi or locha in Bangladesh.
This card game is played with friends and family during Dashain and Tihar in Nepal and India.
👉 Rummy Game
You match cards to win a game of Rummy.
👉 Ludo Board Game
Ever heard of Parchessi Board Game? Well, Ludo is the variation of that royal ancient game. Play the ancient Indian Ludo game now on your mobile device.
Ludo is a 2 to 4 player board game. Each player chooses a base color. You play the game by rolling a dice. The first player to move all his 4 tokens to the finish line (home) wins the game.
👉 Kitti Games Card (9 Cards)
Kitti (or Kitty) is a popular game in India and Nepal. Objective of the Kitti card game is to make the best sets and win each round. Each player gets 9 cards. The players then arrange the cards in a set of 3. You must try to make winning sets. Trial (threes, triplet) is the highest value set, then follows the straight flush, run (sequence), flush, doubles (pairs), and then the set with the highest value card.
👉 Satte Pe Satta
Satte Pe Satta is a popular Indian Card Game. It is also known as Badam Satti in India. The card game is also called 7 of Hearts or 7 on 7 sometimes.
You should get rid of all your cards before other players to win the round. The player with the lowest points at the end of 5 rounds wins the game.
Once everyone receives the cards, the player that gets Seven of Hearts starts the game. After seven of hearts is on the table, the game continues in clockwise direction. The next player can lay a card only if he has 6 or 8 of hearts. He can also start another sequence by putting 7 of any other suit.
Players are only allowed to place 7s or other cards that follow the sequence on the table. The cards must also match the suit. Players should play one value lower or one value higher cards to make a sequence.
👉 Hazari Tas Game
The objective of the Hazari game is to score 1000 points. The player that gets 1000 points first wins this card game. Hazari easy to play and is a variant of 9 cards (kitti).
👉 Klondike Solitaire
Klondike Solitaire is a great game to pass time alone. It is one of the classic solitaire games. The game is quite fun and is easy-to-learn as well.
👍 Stunning graphics with addictive gameplay- this is the paradise for callbreak, kitty, satte pe satta, rummy, ludo, parchessi, Hazari, and Klondike solitaire lovers.