Scopone is a version of the popular game Scopa and its origins are not completely known. It is believed to have been imported to Italy by the Spanish in the 17th century. While some refer to the Codice di Chitarrella to date and document the spread of this game, the rules of which seem to have been printed for the first time in 1937.
In the older version (called Scopone Scientifico), at the start of every hand, each player receives nine cards and the last four are placed face-up on the table. However, Giocaonline Scopone involves all ten cards being dealt to the players and no cards are placed on the table. It features an intuitive, minimal layout that offers excellent 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.