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CallBreak is a strategic trick-taking card game. It is the most loved south-Asian variation of spades, popular in Nepal, India, and Bangladesh.
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You can play offline (solo) or compete against active players in our Multiplayer mode. Or, challenge your friends and family in private table or LAN (hotspot) mode.
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New to this variation of card game? Here’s basic rules that you need to know to get started.
HOW TO PLAY?
Call Break is a 4 players strategic card game played with 52-deck of cards. Players are the dealer-- each player takes turns to deal the cards. It is a turn based game. The winner is decided after 5 rounds. The objective of the game is to get as many tricks (points) as possible in each round. You must follow suit and play the highest card to win a trick. And, SPADE is the trump suit of this tas game. A round starts once everyone gets 13 cards each and they “Call (Bid)” the number of tricks they can take in the round. The player with the maximum points at the end of the 5 rounds wins the game.
Once you download the app, click on single player to learn the basics. Most rules are predefined in the app so the app handles most of the rules. You only need to focus on winning the hands you called for-- you might get negative points if you don’t match your call.
Call the winnable hands for the round and try to take as many points as possible to become the winner! For detailed rules, visit our website.
The more you play, the more pro you’ll become at it. Once you are confident enough you can join and enjoy call break multiplayer.
HOW IS CALL BREAK SIMILAR TO SPADES AND BRIDGE CARD GAME?
Call break, also called Lakdi ( sometimes people also spell it as Lakadi), or with little variation ‘call brake’, is a variant of Spades. It is a desi tas game played with friends and families, mostly during festivals like Dashain and Tihar in Nepal and India. It is similar to Spades or another popular game Call Bridge and Ghochi. Unlike Bridge where 2 pairs team up for trick taking, it is bid alone and play alone type game. Like other trick taking games, Spades is the trump card and all others cards are basic cards. Unlike western spades games, the term "hand" is used instead of trick, and " Call " is used instead of bid.
HISTORY AND SIMILAR VARIATIONS
Origin of the game is not quite known but it's believed it's derived from another popular game like Spades and Bridge. Every culture has its own variations. In some parts of India, it's called Lakadi . In Bangladesh and India its also known as Call Bridge Ghochi or locha.
ABOUT OUR GAME
What makes our free to play game different than other? The smart algorithm and interactive gameplay with thousands of daily active users on callbreak multiplayer. We have also added super fast play with smart auto dealer that keeps cheaters away.
We have 4 modes of game-play where you can play Single player (offline), Private Multiplayer mode ,Random Multiplayer mode , and LAN / HOTSPOT mode in this single app.
The app also has a special reward trophy based Global and Friend leader-board.
You can also select clockwise and anticlockwise (counter clockwise) turn rotation.
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