Description of App:
Move over Solitaire, there's a new king of card games! King's Corner, also known as Kings in the Corner, has arrived for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. This addictive multiplayer card game is as challenging as it is fun, with a custom AI that never misses a move. You'll quickly get sucked in by the rich gameplay, stunning animations, and gorgeous design that's miles ahead of most iOS card games. It's also fully compatible with VoiceOver, so players with limited or no vision are always welcome. If you're running iOS 4.1 or later, you can face of against your friends or play a game with an opponent randomly selected via Game Center. You can track your winning streaks and even earn achievements for your quickest wins. Please note that while some other apps out there claim to be King's Corner, our app follows the traditional rules and is a very different game from the one that is widely available. Please take a moment to ensure that you are aware of how this version is played before you make your final purchasing decision. --- Game Rules --- King's Corner uses the same basic rules as games like Solitaire—cards are placed in descending order and in alternating colors. A red 9 can be played on a black 10, or a black ace can be placed on a red 2. The deck is set up with 8 spaces around the deck; four king spaces (marked with a K) and four unmarked spaces. You'll get a new card at the beginning of every turn, and the goal of the game is to get rid of your cards first by making as many of the following types of moves as possible: • Add a card to any existing stack • Move a card or stack in one unmarked space to the bottom of any other card or stack. King stacks don't move, since there's nothing higher than a King. • Start a new stack if there's an empty space on the table. Only kings can start the corner stacks, but any other card can start a stack in one of the four unmarked spots.
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This game is very accessible. You have to double tap and hold in order to move cards. The only problem is that you cannot use swipe to move through the playing grid.
VoiceOver reads all page elements.
All buttons are clearly labeled.
The app is fully accessible with VoiceOver and is easy to navigate and use.