Your screen is to small to play this free card game.
Each player starts with 25 cards. Hit the Deal button to deal one card to each player. The player with the highest card gets both cards. If both players have the same card, there will be a card clash! three cards from each deck will be place face-down on the table. Hit the Card Clash button to deal on more card to each player. The player with the highest card wins all the cards out on the table. This online War game is over when one player has all 52 cards. Be the first to get all of the 52 cards and win!
Do enjoy to play the War cards game, and do you also think it is fun to play a free online game sometimes? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free Kim Possible Card Clash game online. Am I right? ;)
Click on 'Deal' to show cards your and your opponent's. The player with the highest card gets both cards.
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According to WikiPedia War is a card game typically involving two players. It uses a standard French playing card deck. Due to its simplicity, it is played most often by children. The deck is divided evenly among the players, giving each a down stack. In unison, each player reveals the top card of their deck, this is a battle or war, and the player with the higher card takes both of the cards played and moves them to their stack. If the two cards played are of equal value, then there is a "war". Both players place the next card (or three) of their pile face down, depending on the variant, and then another card face-up. The owner of the higher face-up card wins the war and adds all six (or ten) cards on the table to the bottom of their deck. If the face-up cards are again equal then the battle repeats with another set of face-down/up cards. This repeats until one player's face-up card is higher than their opponent's.