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Scopa

Just like for other card games, the origins of Scopa are also unknown, although its evolution can be traced back to certain undeniable milestones. It is thought to be a very old game, descending directly from the Spanish “Escoba”, the rules of which are very similar to those of the Scopa played today in Italy. However, another theory again has Spanish links. I claims that Scopa comes from two Iberian games called “Primiera” and “Scarabucion”, which were very popular in the 1400s. On the other hand, according to Italian tradition, this fascinating game was played in the 1400s in the port of Naples by fishermen and pirates who used it to compete for the loot they got from robbing aristocrats’ homes or attacking merchant ships.

Scopa is now one of the most well-known and popular traditional games. Giocaonline Scopa features an intuitive, minimal layout, which offers great gameplay thanks to its clear, user-friendly interface. The game has also been designed to adapt automatically to the device used and therefore has a desktop version as well as those designed ad hoc for mobile devices, in both portrait and landscape modes. All the graphics are exclusive and, in particular, all the decks used in the card games have been specially designed for Giocaonline products. You can also change the skin of the interface to customise the game based on your needs.

FEATURES
  • Players 2
  • Tournaments
    • Sit’n’go
    • Tournaments
  • Premio Matto
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