Snap is a card game for two players. Play against the computer and try to win more points. Rules are simple. After the deck is shuffled, the two players receive 6 cards each. Another 4 cards are thrown at the table. The players take turns in throwing cards. Throw a card with the same number with the card at the top of the pile and you win all the cards at the table. Also a Jack, which is a special card, always wins all the cards down. If there is only one card down at the table and a player throws a card with the same number, then a "snap" is achieved. A snap is worth 10 points. After all 6 cards of the first round are played, the two players receive another 6 cards. This is repeated a total of 4 times, until all cards are played. If, when all the cards are played there are still left cards at the table, the player who last achieved a winning deal collects them all. When the game is finished, the players count the points they have won. The player, who has collected more points, wins.