What constitutes a perfect game? Anybody know? I did it twice and have no ideal how I did.
I think it’s just by the order you played the cards in. Great job
The couple of times I noticed it said perfect game, I had at least a 15 card streak to begin the hand. I can’t tell you for sure if it was on the first draw card available or not, but maybe. I keep watching for another perfect game. If I get one, and notice a pattern, I’ll let you know.
Perfect game is when you get a streak without breaking it & not using any of your cards just volcanos n wild cards
I like this idea of a perfect game…i have never had one, but I am going to try to force one using volcanos and wild cards. I’ll post if I get a perfect game!
I had a ‘perfect game’ earlier without using any boosters, wild cards or volcanoes. I’m not exactly sure how I did it but think I got a streak that lasted throughout the entire game without turning another card. I took a screenshot of it but not sure how to post it here. It was on Tiki Seas 19 and I won 9,062 coins and 351 club points which I thought was pretty decent given I hadn’t used any extra boosters etc.
Wow, brilliant. Well done. I’m sure they are the games we all strive for!
CONGRATS!!! I was one card away from doing it …ONCE… WTG!!!
Chętnie biorę udział tylko nie jestem pewien, czy wysłanie ci odpowiedzi jest częścią tego problemu, czy może też ma problem z szkorbutem.
That would be so cool! I’ve gotten close before, but never a perfect game. Maybe some day!
WOW! That’s good to know. Thanks for the heads up.
Once mine said perfect game! Is that normal? Should I have more?
I had a perfect game on the weekend!!!
That’s normal @Kelley_Miller_Ball, perfect games are few and far between.
Unfortunately! I have never had one! Lol
I sometimes wonder @Terbaer if I’ve achieved a perfect game more times than I noticed. I’ve only barely caught a glimpse of the “Perfect Game” notation at the end of the hand. You really have to pay attention to see it.
I know I came close once but haven’t. I’ve ALWAYS had to play more than one card.
I’m pretty sure I’ve always had to play more than 1 card too. Just wished I had paid more attention while playing the hands. I’m pretty sure I had at least a 15 card streak on the first card that would play (not necessarily the first card up), but also think I had other cards on the table.
I think it’s likely that perfect games are what allow the top players to achieve such high scores so quickly. I play perfect games as much as I can. They require a large stash of volcanos and wild cards, but they can pay out as high as 800 club points per hand.
If anyone knows … apparently not every hand can produce a perfect game. For example, those cards that require one of each suit to clear - when a level includes that card, it seems that a perfect game is not allowed. Does anybody have any information?
Thank you in advance!
I’m interested to find out also!