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Hoyle Official Card Games
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The #1 card game collection is back and better than ever! Hoyle Official Card Games includes all-new high-resolution graphics, new features, and of course all of your favorite authentic card games! Play all the most popular variations of classic card games like Solitaire, Hearts, Bridge, Euchre, Rummy, Blackjack, Go Fish, and War. This collection also includes several card games never before featured in a Hoyle game, such as Fan Tan, Oh Hell and Whist. Get right into the action with all these classic card games, plus the official rules, tips and strategies to give you the winning edge! Pull up a chair and deal yourself into Hoyle Official Card Games Collection!
- Over 70 new and classic card games to learn, practice and master!
- Dozens of backgrounds and cards to choose from!
- All-new visuals with high-resolution, widescreen monitor support.
- Put yourself in the game or create silly faces with the new and improved Face Creator.
- Play your best hand with large, easy-to-read cards.
- The challenges never stop with a variety of different in-game opponents.
- Select from a variety of characters, speed of play, and more!
- Play Hoyle Official Card Games and discover why Hoyle® has been the most trusted name in gaming for over 200 years!
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|* Not compatible with: macOS 10.15+, 10.16+, 11+|
|CPU Type||Intel or M1 Mac|
|CPU Speed||867 MHz|
|System RAM||1 GB|
|Drive Space||1 GB|
|Video RAM||64 MB|
Hoyle's Official Book of Games
For books published as "Hoyle's Book of Games", see Edmond Hoyle.
Hoyle's Official Book of Games (or Hoyle Series or Hoyle Games) is a series of games developed and published by Sierra On-Line. Volume 1, released in 1989, featured multi-player card games. Volume 2, released in 1990, featured 28 varieties of Solitaire. Volume 3, released in 1991, featured board games. Volume 4, was a remake of Volume 1, with two additional games. Sierra continued to publish more games to the series up to its demise. Encore Software has continued publishing entries to the series since then. According to Hoyle 1 it was essentially a spiritual sequel to Sierra's Hi-Res Cribbage (1981).
1989 video game
Hoyle's Official Book of Games: Volume 1 was the first card game simulator series released by Sierra entertainment. The series owes its name to Edmond Hoyle.
The Hoyle trademark and facecards were used under license from Brown & Bigelow Inc.
The games included are: Crazy Eights, Old Maid, Hearts, Gin Rummy, Cribbage, and Klondike.
For all games, except the last, the player could choose opponents, each having their own AI and manner of playing. These opponents included historical figures, members of Sierra staff, and characters from Sierra games.
When the player took too long making a decision, the characters started having dialogues, each according to his background. For example, Leisure Suit Larry begins to comment about women, while Roger Wilco wants to escape the game to save the universe again.
The original concept was submitted to Ken Williams (CEO/Founder of Sierra On-line) by Warren Schwader. Once the project was greenlit, Warren acted as the Lead Programmer as well as the Game Designer. The games were programmed using Sierra On-line's proprietary scripting language: Sierra Creative Interpreter (SCI). SCI was originally created to aid in the development of Sierra's core line of adventure games. Working with SCI to implement card games and to code artificial intelligence for the characters proved challenging.
Warren Schwader continued as the Lead Programmer and Game Designer for the next two games in the series. Rob Atesalp was the composer and sound designer for the original and next two games.
The game sold over 250,000 copies by 1990.
1990 video game
Hoyle's Official Book of Games: Volume 2 is the next volume in the Hoyle card games simulator series by Sierra Entertainment. This time, the pack offered 28 games, as opposed to the first volume's six. The other main difference between the two was that all the games were solitaire variants, so there was no option for choosing opponents. Subsequently, the game did not feature any Sierra characters for co-players.
The 28 solitaire games offered are: Calculation, Strategy, Eagle Wing, Beleaguered Castle, Klondike, Canfield, Golf, Flower Garden, Scorpion, Spiderette, La Belle Lucie, Fortress, Baker's Dozen, Bristol, Eight Off, Shamrocks, Yukon, Eliminator, Slide, Bowling, Nestor, Aces Up, Gaps, Penguin, Pyramid, Triplets, and Poker Square.
1991 video game
Hoyle's Official Book of Games: Volume 3 was the third volume in Sierra On-Line's series of computer games based on the officially licensed Hoyle rules and trademark. Unlike the two previous games, this one was made with Sierra's new improved VGA engine, and focused on board games, where the previous entries in the series had featured card games.
Games featured were Backgammon, Checkers, Dominoes, Yacht (the original ancestor of the trademarked game Yahtzee), Pachisi, and Snakes and Ladders.
Like the first volume, and unlike the second volume, this game offers Sierra characters as opponents in the various games.
They do not interact with each other or have conversations as in the first game, but several of them have themed comments, catch phrase or accented style comments (though these are uncommon). For example, the Sheriff may refer to himself as the "Great Nottingham", or Baba Yaga who refers to her opponents as 'dearie'. Some characters are more specific than others, and some are more generic. It also depends on the game, a character might have more interesting things to say about plays in one game, but have generic comments to say in another.
- Good guys
- Evil guys
Hoyle Classic Card Games (Hoyle 4)
Hoyle Classic Card Games (Hoyle 4) was a remake of Volume I, released with VGA support, speech and original soundtrack. There was a set with 'Classic Characters' to play with and one with an increased number of Sierra characters as well. Load screens involve a silly comments made by the Classic characters, in relationship to whatever game was loading. The number of games was increased to eight, with the inclusion of Contract Bridge and Euchre.
There is some digitized speech for each character. Each character has five unique expressions in full speech (ranging from dislike at the plays, happiness, or praise). There are a few additional text based messages in theme for each character for some of the games, but only relate to the gameplay (characters do not have conversations with each other outside of the scope of the game). All the artwork and character sprites look like old fashioned and sepia-toned.
- Crazy Jack
- Billy Joe
- King Graham
- Willy Beamish
- Larry Laffer
- Laura Bow
- Roger Wilco
- Dr. Brain.
Hoyle Classic Games (Hoyle 5)
The first CD-rom version of the game (1995), has over 30 characters to choose from including 'animated', 'icon', and 'business'.
- Capt. Barnes
Other games in the series
By the late 1990s the new versions of each game were published almost yearly.
- Hoyle Classic
- Hoyle Classic Games (1995)
- Hoyle Classic Games 2 (1999)
- Hoyle Classic Solitaire (1996, 1998)
- Hoyle Classic Board Games (1997)
- Hoyle Board Games (1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002)
- Hoyle Classic Board Games Collection (2012)
- Hoyle Card Games (1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005)
- Hoyle Card Games (2010)
- Hoyle Card Games (2012)
- Hoyle Bridge (1997)
- Hoyle Backgammon
- Hoyle Blackjack (1997)
- Hoyle Hearts & Spades (1998, 1999)
- Hoyle Backgammon & Cribbage
- Hoyle Craps & Blackjack (1999)
- Hoyle Crosswords (1999)
- Hoyle Enchanted Puzzles
- Hoyle Kids Games (2000, 2001)
- Hoyle Children's Collection (1996)
- Hoyle Children's Collection (2007)
- Hoyle Slots & Video Poker (with Horse Racing) (1999)
- Hoyle Slots (2001)
- Hoyle Solitaire and Mahjong Tiles (1999, 2000)
- Hoyle Classic Poker
- Hoyle Friday Night Poker
- Hoyle Puzzle Games (2002, 2003)
- Hoyle Puzzle & Board Games (2004)
- Hoyle Puzzle & Board Games (2008)
- Hoyle Puzzle & Board Games (2009)
- Hoyle Casino and Word Games (1999)
- Hoyle Classic Casino
- Hoyle Casino (1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004)
- Hoyle Casino Empire (2002)
- Hoyle Casino 3D (2004)
- Hoyle Table Games (2003)
- Hoyle Word Games (1999, 2000, 2001)
- Hoyle Majestic Chess (2003)
- Hoyle Bridge & Euchre (1998, 1999)
- Hoyle Texas Hold'Em (2006)
- Hoyle Battling Ships & War (1998)
- Hoyle Mahjong Tiles (2000)
- Hoyle Puzzle Board Games (2012)
- Hoyle Classic Board Game Collection 2 (2012)
- Hoyle Card, Puzzle & Board Games (2013)
- Hoyle Card Games (Game Boy Color)
- Board, Card, Casino
- Card, Casino
- Hoyle Games 2003 (2003)
- Hoyle Classic Games Pack: Fun for the Whole Family (2003)
- Includes Hoyle Classic Games 2, Hoyle Slots/Video Poker, and Hoyle. SOlitaire/Majong, and Hoyle Friday Night Poker.
- Hoyle Game Collection (2001)
- Includes Hoyle Board Games, Hoyle Card Games, Hoyle Texas Hold'Em, and Hoyle Slots, and Video Poker.
Computer Gaming World stated that interacting with Sierra characters in Volume 1 such as Leisure Suit Larry and Princess Rosella was fun, but annoying for those who preferred cards to humor. It criticized Volume 1 for slow performance and cribbage's deviation from the official Hoyle's rules, and stated that the other games were "really children's games and offer no great excitement".
Hoyle Card Games
Play one of the 150 variations of card games by launching them in the suite containing the latest versions of digital conversion with specific rules, interfaces, and imagery for each one. Poker, Gin Rummy, Hearts, Cribbage, Euchre and other games are available.
Hoyle Card Games 220.127.116.11 can be downloaded from our website for free. Card.exe, Hoyle Card Games.exe, Hoyle Demo.exe, Hoyle.exe or HoyleC.exe are the default file names to indicate the Hoyle Card Games installer. The software belongs to Games. This software was originally designed by Encore. The most popular versions among the program users are 2.2, 1.2 and 1.0. The latest version of the program is supported on PCs running Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10, 32-bit.
From the developer:
With over 150 game variations, Hoyle Card Games 2012 is the largest & most comprehensive collection of card games available for your PC & Mac! Choose card game favorites like Poker, Gin Rummy and Hearts or try your hand at Cribbage, Euchre or Spades. With over 45 varieties of Solitaire, take a break from everyday life and train your brain. For the young or the young-at-heart, try Go Fish, Old Maid and War.
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