Saturday, April 8, 2017

View the Auction

You asked for it. The latest release adds a quick link button that will display the auction for the current game in progress.


You can use this feature to the review the bidding sequence at any time then jump back to the game.

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Inline Score-sheet

Just released the second update of 2017 that takes advantage of the new single page layout by including the score-sheet in the web page.


No need anymore to pop it up during play, just scroll down to view it at any time.

Now after a hand is played a message will pop-up that summarizes the contract. When you close the message you can scroll down to review the score or just continue playing. Simple!

I'm excited about this new single page layout. It allows me to provide much more information to you during play. I already have plans for an auction table as well as options that allow you to modify the game parameters.

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Consolidated Game Page

Wiki Bridge is now consolidated into one web page.

Previous versions required that you switch to a "menu" page to view the instructions then switch back to the game page to continue, albeit with a new hand. No need for that anymore. Now the game you are playing, the instructions and the bidding information are all available on the same web page. Just scroll down at anytime to review the information then scroll back up to continue the hand in play.

Thursday, January 12, 2017

"Quick Bridge" is now "Wiki Bridge"


In case you hadn't noticed I recently re-branded "Quick Bridge" (for the web) as "Wiki Bridge". I did this primarily to distinguish it from my Windows version of "Quick Bridge" and to reflect the web based nature of this new version.

Not to worry, it's the same game under-the-hood, same links and web locations as before just the name has changed.

This brand name change seemed like a natural evolution for my series of card games since "wikiwiki" is the Hawaiian term for fast or quick, all of my games are based on the descriptions found on Wikipedia and "wiki" is a familiar Internet term.

Enjoy and keep your comments coming.