Bridge Deluxe II With Omar Sharif (PC, 1.44MB 3 1/2" Disk) Interplay Productions - 1996 USA, Canada Release
Bridge Deluxe II With Omar Sharif
|Media||1.44MB 3.5" Disk|
|Category(s)||Entertainment, Traditional, Card Games, Bridge|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
The most comprehensive bridge game ever created.
Finally, a bridge game capable of challenging the most serious player. Created in conjunction with Omar Sharif, internationally renowned master bridge player and actor, Bridge Deluxe II with Omar Sharif is the most advanced, most compelling bridge game ever to hit the computer screen.
Designed with the latest conventions, Bridge Deluxe II with Omar Sharif will challenge even the most expert players with all the intricacies of professional bridge. From game to game and rubber to rubber, Bridge Deluxe II with Omar Sharif is state-of-the-art bridge with more options and features than its predecessor- more than ever before in any computer-based bridge package. To sharpen your skills, to practice your weak points or for a compelling game, Bridge Deluxe II with Omar Sharif will challenge you like a champion.
Beautiful VGA and SVGA backdrops and highlighting techniques add a dimension of stunning graphics that make Bridge Deluxe II with Omar Sharif the ultimate in bridge games.
- Allows random dealing, biased dealing, loading a saved hand from a disk, or setting up your own hand from scratch.
- The Stayman convention, Take-out doubles, Jacoby transfers and many others are all here for you to customize your personal preferences.
- Improved on-disk tutorial designed by internationally known experts, such as Dr. Tony Sowter.
- Employ Blackwood, Gerber or forcing slam bids. It's your choice.
- Unique bidding explanation feature to help you strengthen your game.
- Load and save hand options allow you to keep hands to play them over and over.
- Novice levels to help beginners learn the strategies behind the game.
- For one to four players. Play at your computer or across a network at different computers.
PC MS-DOS 5.0