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Marriage Free Full Version on Macbook

0.19 GB


Puzzle / 2007
  • Developer:
    Leo Natanson
  • Release:
  • Version:
    v 2.44
  • Platform:
    Intel only
  • Tablet:
    The program has been treated (does not require data entry / enter any data)
  • Interface language:
    English, Russian

Marriage is a Mac OS game with all kinds of preferences. Marriage is played with a 32-card deck. They have meanings: 7, 8, 9, 10, bottom, top, king, ace. The game originated in Germany at the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries, but its name comes from the French mariage, which means wedding.

In the French variation, the jack (J) for the bottom and the queen (Q) for the top, the king (K) remains the king. When played with a German deck, also called "mariage", the marriage occurs between the top and the king.

In preference, players become opponents, competing to see who gets the most points and whether they can play the game of their choice. It is the opportunity to take on whist and the risk that the announced game will be successful or unsuccessful that makes the game especially interesting. Moreover, the most popular elective (and auctioned) preference has the magic of a player-actor playing alone against two defensive players. Roles change after the game.

There are two basic rules in preference: respect the suit and overstate the bet. The player must Download the game, observe the suit that was taken first, and at the same time interrupt the card if he has a stronger one in his hand. If he does not have the highest drawn suit, he may discard any card of that suit. If there is no suit at all, the player must play the trump (and possibly beat the previous player's trump). If there is no suit or trump, any one is discarded.

The deck is shuffled only at the beginning of the game. Shuffling during a game in Marriage for Mac OS is considered a rule violation called renonc, for which a fine is paid. The piles on the table after the round are played only by the new dealer. He stacks them on top of each other (without mixing) and asks to remove the top of the formed deck. It is imperative to remove at least two cards from the top of the pile and in no case must be removed in reverse order.

The cards that count towards the points are tens and aces. The participant who takes them into the pile gets 10 points for each ten or ace. Ten points are awarded to the player who played the last pile. Therefore, in each game, at least 90 points are played (4 aces, 4 tens, 1 last pile).

The hierarchical order in the usual preference is as follows: 7, 8, 9, bottom, top, king, 10, ace. Ten, as a test, is the second most powerful after the ace. The strength of the rest of the cards is classic.

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System requirements
  • Any Mac
Marriage Mac Game Download
  • Status: Verified
  • Size: 0.19 GB
  • Downloads: 329
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