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Poker Smash
7.3 out of 10

Poker Smash

Poker Smash™ is an action-packed puzzle game with a poker twist. Read more

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User Review

MegWhiteley, Metacritic
22 March 2012
  • Summary: Poker Smash is really interesting, is very addictive, because the gameplay is awesome, this mash up with the poker and the puzzles is amazing. The controls, graphics, music are amazing, this title is a jewel, amazing game.
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Overall 10

Pleasantly Surprised

C. Kerby, Amazon
17 December 2009
  • Summary: I would not typically call myself a "casual gamer," but a friend urged me to check out Poker Smash. I never expected to be so hooked! It's a unique spin on Tetris and playing-cards. Don't worry if you know nothing about card games or poker (like myself). I picked it up immediately.
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Overall 8

Tetris + Poker = Poker Smash

Marat Voznyuk, Amazon
5 May 2009
  • Summary: I can't say much about the game since i am no fan of Poker but i did have a lot of fun playing it. If you like Tetris and Poker then this is for you. You don't have to be good at either game, it's pretty self explanatory. Great game with nice graphics.
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User Review

HarveyWallbanger, Metacritic
5 May 2008
  • Summary: Poker Smash is fun to play until you watch the top 100 videos posted by the best players in the world, and you realize how pathetic your own skills are. The scoring system is entirely biased towards creating long chains, which is more easily done with simple "match 3's".
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User Review

Odog4ever, Metacritic
19 February 2008
  • Summary: I didn't know how to play poker before trying the demo but now I'm hooked! This game is polished, nice clean graphics, decent music. The multiplayer is really fun although I don't like how they handle it when you lose.
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User Review

Sean, Metacritic
7 February 2008
  • Summary: First off, don't listen to the 'Eurogamer' review. Second, this game is easily one of the most addictive XBLA games I've played. But, then again I am a fan of the puzzle genre. The premise is simple: Colored card tiles start at bottom and move to top.
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