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Play Hearts against 3 computer controlled players. Hearts is a trick-taking card game similar to Spades, but revolving around scoring the lowest amount of points instead.
The player with the highest card wins the trick, use strategy to make sure you don't win often and keep your score low. Follow suit if you can, otherwise you don't have to. The in-game menu explain the rules, but it's better to just start playing as you'll learn the ropes as you play.
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