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Ace 10

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Price: Free

Rating: 3.00/5 (2 votes)

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Ace 10 is an exciting, fast-paced, casual card-game.  The point of the game is to clear the board of cards!  You remove cards from the board by adding them up to 11 (Aces are worth 1).  There are two modes available: Normal and Timed.  In normal mode you keep playing until you can't clear a board (your score receives a multiplier for every board you clear a board).  Timed mode is the money-maker - you have 2 minutes to clear three boards as efficiently as possible. Ace 10 is on of the first three games to launch on the Foosler platform.  Under the "Tournaments" button, you can access Foosler, a new way to interact with Android games through skill based cash tournaments.  You can compete against other players in tournaments with entry fees ranging from $0.10 to $5.00 - and there's no cap on the prizes!

Ace 10 is an exciting, fast-paced, casual card-game.  The point of the game is to clear the board of cards!  You remove cards from the board by adding them up to 11 (Aces are worth 1).  There are two modes available: Normal and Timed.  In normal mode you keep playing until you can't clear a board (your score receives a multiplier for every board you clear a board).  Timed mode is the money-maker - you have 2 minutes to clear three boards as efficiently as possible.

Ace 10 is on of the first three games to launch on the Foosler platform.  Under the "Tournaments" button, you can access Foosler, a new way to interact with Android games through skill based cash tournaments.  You can compete against other players in tournaments with entry fees ranging from $0.10 to $5.00 - and there's no cap on the prizes!

 

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