Play Your Cards Right

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Published in the book The Giant Book Of Games For Your BBC Micro from Fontana Publishing.

The book contains the following description:

You and the clever computer have a row of cards in this game,
where the aim is to reach the end of the row by guessing if the
next card to be turned over will be higher or lower than the
previous one.
Your turn lasts as long as you guess correctly. If you make a
mistake and guess wrongly, you lose all the cards which come
after your 'freeze marker'. You can end your turn early and
move your marker to the current card by pressing 'F' for freeze.
You start the play by using your option of changing the
current card (using 'Y' for yes or 'N' for no) if you think the
card is not a good one to proceed with.
You'll find the BBC Micro plays very well in this highly
effective program, based on one written by Paul Toland,
although it tends to err a little on the safe side. The cards are
drawn randomly from a proper pack. You'll be most impressed
with the appearance of the cards.

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TitlePlay Your Cards Right
Year1984
PublisherFontana Publishing
AuthorsPaul Toland
Tim Hartnell
Ian Hutt
Release TypeBook
Primary genreCard Game
Secondary genresTV Show
Higher And Lower
JoystickNot Supported
PlayersSingle Player
SaveNot Supported
CompatibilityA:✘ B:✔ Master: Untested
CompilationGiant Book Of Games For Your BBC Micro (BOOK)

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