Quiltindoc's Review of Euchre 3d ProReviewed on 9/14/18 2:26 AM
I think that some times, it deals the same cards after another start up. Of all I have tried, most like really playing.
4realtommyc's Review of Euchre 3d ProReviewed on 8/30/18 2:41 AM
It is fantastic to play with this app. Absolutely a five star game.
Noah's friends's Review of Euchre 3d ProReviewed on 8/23/18 5:38 PM
I agree with several reviews - the players are programmed to be morons. Sitting in the 4th seat and choosing to trump, they use their highest trump even when no one is playing after them.
Intrepid II's Review of Euchre 3d ProReviewed on 8/14/18 9:10 PM
Easy and quick to play a game.
Mark!mark!'s Review of Euchre 3d ProReviewed on 8/11/18 4:37 AM
Multi player (online play) is ok, but far from random in dealing cards. If you get stuck with an AI as a partner you might as well quit. AI play is so bad, like choosing not to trump after you lose the first 2 tricks. Some players have figured out how to inflate their ratings, just not sure how.
Mookowpie's Review of Euchre 3d ProReviewed on 7/20/18 4:06 PM
I am far from a computer expert. But it seems that some how the developers could write a better and more random dealing program. Most times the same combination of cards are dealt. Most games are very lopsided. Either I win by a very large margin or I lose by a very large margin. One other obvious trend is that when I am reaching a mile stone in the rated game you mysteriously start losing. This happens as you approach another level or as you pass another level. Game is not random. It seems contrived.
Pjalmt's Review of Euchre 3d ProReviewed on 6/3/18 1:02 PM
The rating system only rates you by win or lose, so if you’re partner is bad, you’re rating is lowered no matter how well you played individually. What’s the point of a rating system?
Writing for content's Review of Euchre 3d ProReviewed on 6/23/18 5:45 PM
Update: Since I’ve left this bad review, the hands have gone from bad to worse. Nearly every hand has at least three nines and tens. Nearly every hand is four-suited. Because of this, I’ve gone ahead and changed my name in-game to “This is a Bad App” in hopes of getting people to leave bad reviews as well. These developers are terrible if this is what they’re putting out. The cards should be randomized in multiplayer. Spoiler alert: They are not. It’s laughably predictable how bad the cards I get are. And it’s not just one or two hands per game: It’s all but perhaps one or two hands over nearly every game I play. It’s also a near guarantee at this point that when it’s my deal, I will have a terrible hand including some combination of three 9s and 10s, yet the next person will also have a near guarantee to flip up a bower that just happens to match their and their partner’s cards perfectly. Multiplayer is more fixed than wrestling. I could get stack the cards to give myself horrible hands and still not have this many terrible hands in a row.
Sondrini's Review of Euchre 3d ProReviewed on 5/27/18 11:44 PM
It can be very predictable and some of the play is a head scratcher but overall it’s the best euchre game out there.
WolvenFire's Review of Euchre 3d ProReviewed on 5/24/18 3:36 AM
Can be better. A lot better. AI: I agree with other reviewers that the game has a lot of room for improvement. How come when the partner orders it up, the dealer partner always seems to have either the left or right bower and bails the partner out of trouble? It’s really odd. I notice other things about the dealing of the hands based on difficulty levels. Very odd. My partner never leads trump when the situation calls for it. Argh! Other than that great game!