Feedback from our Customers
45s game VERY quickly. I played it for a few hours yesterday. The game
play is very realistic - Merrimack Valley Style. The computer players
haven't made a questionable move yet ! I gotta meet the characters in
the game - what a hoot !"
"I got the
CD. I really love the game and I would like to purchase four more copies
of the software only for some friends. Thanks again for a beautiful
"I just received
the link to your website via fax and INSTANTLY placed an order. I can't
wait to receive this. I'm giddy. I just sent your link to 20 friends."
"I like the
dog. But that BFD guy looks kind of insane. Cute, but insane."
be a story behind the characters in the game.....Tuna and Soup are hilarious......I
noticed that everyone says "Go Ahead" in a funny voice...
Questions and Answers
Q. Can you play this online against others?
A. No. The
game is not available to play online either against the computer or
against others. We do not have any plans to support this at this time
but we are looking into it.
Q. Does the Software run on XP?
A. Yes, we
have users running the software on Windows XP in addition to Windows
95, 98, ME, NT, & 2000.
Q. How does the 4-way game work? Do people have to look away when it's not their turn? Is it just a one-player game? Thanks.
the computer plays the hand of your partner and the computer plays the
hand of the two opponents. All you have to do is look at your own hand
which is displayed face up on the screen.
Q. "Is it
possible to customize the game? Lowell Rules - No Kitty and the dealer
can take the bid for 5 more points?"
Q. My friend and I have a dispute over the "bidder goes out" rule. He claims the following in this scenario. I have 115 points and he has 90 points. He claims that if he overbids me when both people have over 90 points (In the green) that although he make his bid of say 25 and I make the remaining 5 points, another hand will take place because I did not bid. He claims that although I have reached the 120 points to win and he is now at 115, we must play another hand. I told him he is insane and the "bidder goes out rule" is only that if both people are tied at the end with say 110 points, then the person bidding say 15 wins although they would both be tied at 125 if both make 15 points. Can you tell what the correct ruling is so I can email him the answer please. Thank you.
a question like this is really outside the goal of our web site since
we don't pretend to be experts in the game. But, from my experience
with the "Bidder goes out rule", your friends understanding of the rule
is correct. Once you are both on the green (90 pts or more) then only
the bidder can win. But, you both need to agree to use this rule before
reaching the green. Playing this way is an option not a requirement.
Q. Could u tell me how I can play this game for free. thank u.
A. The game is not available to play for free on the web. But you can buy it for $25.00. That is almost "free" if you consider the enjoyment you will get from it.