Poker Squares Review – Review Introduction
This is a review of Poker Squares – a poker solitaire game for Kindle by Two Way Media. It is available for $1.99 in the Amazon store and was released in January, 2012. Rated 5 stars on 2 customer reviews.
Available on the following Kindle versions as of 2/25/2012: Kindle, Kindle Keyboard, Kindle DX, Kindle 2nd Generation.
Poker Squares Review – Main Takeaways
Poker Squares is a combination of solitaire and poker. Each game you are given a 5×5 grid that you fill with face cards that are randomly generated in the upper left hand corner. Move the card using the 5-way controller to an empty spot on the grid. Once you place it, you can no longer move it – so think carefully! The purpose is to try and create the best poker hands you can on each of the five rows, five columns and two diagonals.
Each round you are allowed to discard two cards. Use those discards wisely.
It took a while to start building a good strategy base, but it is very addictive.
Poker Squares Review – Conclusion and Overall Rating
I would give my Poker Squares review 4.5 stars. I would like an option to be able to move one or two cards later, but it is well done and enjoyable. Definitely a different concept and I had fun playing several rounds of this.
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