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(Downloads to 2016-01-28: 38469)
A human player and two computer players play as the skat partners.
You can play in 3 modes
|Rule Skat:||follows the exact rules of the Deutscher Skatverband (DSkV) set in 1999-01-01|
|Variations Skat:||here deviations can be made, and common variations like German Kneipenskat can be played|
|Schieberamsch:||follows a very popular (unofficial) variation of Skat called Ramsch (Schieberamsch if pass on is allowed)|
The program can keep up with experienced players and provide surprises.
The main intent, however, was to create a learning aid for Skat beginners. Several
additional cross-game options are therefore offered, including:
Breaking off and repetition of games
Undo/redo of tricks
Exposing the cards
Exchanging of the cards or of the hand
Suggestions for possible games
Suggestions to discard the skat
Suggestions to play or follow the cards
Manipulation of tricks
Demonstration mode - the program as an automaton
As of version 2.5 there are now sounds for various game situations
As of version 3.0 the score sheet and the gambling table can be printed out
during the game in their current form. The full course of the game the game
can also be printed when it is finished.
As of version 4.0 the program works in both German and English, with language
selected during installation and/or during the running of the program.
As of version 4.3 delayed game sections can be played out simultaneously.
This means that the program can also be operated within one of these sections
(e.g. it can be broken off during the dealing, during the bidding, etc.)
As of version 4.5 improved installation (Standard User) and uninstallation
As of version 5.0 cards can be enlarged (zoom)
Support of visually impaired: zoom for card display
large print: skat deck 7
highliting of mouse hover cards
announcement of mouse hover cards
announcement of cards that are dealt
As of version 5.1 Skat2000+ can be started several times.
The information for the course may be stored in the .skt file.
In the .skm file further 8 groups of attributes are saved.
Assignment of images.
When suggestion mode, displaying the max. recommended bidding value
in the status bar.
In the manual resume of tricks mode (undo, redo, resume) you can determine
which player, which card plays at the next trick (manipulation).
As of version 5.2 the initial values can be saved in the file Skat2000+.reg
on the desktop. After a new installation you can insert the data (by
double-clicking on Skat2000+.reg) back into the registry. In this way,
previous program settings are transferred to the new version.
Dragging the current match file (.skm, .sks) from the game table to another
media (desktop, explorer, email attachment, etc.) had to be moved form
Shift+mouseDragging to Ctrl+mouseDragging for technical reasons. The
game file (.skt) can be copied as before using mouseDragging.
The score sheet is now temporarily saved after each game being played.
After a crash, it is automatically restored from the temporary storage.
Skat2000+ now is available in version 5.1 and can be downloaded here
SkatSetup -5.1 (2016-11-28)
New: Game: Trick-Manipulation
Cards: Zoom can be switched off
Grand: Rule 3249, 3417
Game: At Kontra removing the Kontra button
Suit: Rule 1504, 1505, 1609, 1618, 2612, 2620
Game Suggestion: Display of max. recommended
bidding value in the status bar
Match: Saving further 8 Attribute Groups
Display: Version on the Game Table title
Variant mode on the Result title
Player: Assignment of images
Suit: Risk 30% (for "no pass out")
Kontra: Rule 6221 (Null Ouvert)
Correction: Suit Game: Schneider: Soloist when 30 points
Suit Game: Leading opponents: fatal
Drag Cards: Was disabled when PERSON
Game Action: Resume game after the action 'Game>Undo'
when 'Option>Suggest Cards' is off
Suit: Estimation whether available at Player
Cards Assignment: Save
Internal: Management of Images
Sorting: Not executed at Hd of PERSON
Ramsch: Durchmarsch now possible
Cards: Sorting behavior
Ramsch: Wrong lead (query error)
Course: Paint on resize else repaint
Auction: Exit program (fatal)
Ramsch: Exit program (fatal)
Durchmarsch: Rule 2
Suit: Rule 1405
Suit: Discard Skat (2nd card)
Playing skill: Suit: Smear behaviour at Ouvert
Suit: Rule 2513
Grand: Discard Skat (only 1 jack)
Suit: Leading soloist (trump)
Grand: Rule 3247
Durchmarsch: Discard Skat
SkatSetupTest-5.2 (2017-05-24 beta 16)
Future skat versions:
Created with the development environment Visual Studio 2015 (Win7 - Win10).
Includes the redistributables (vcruntime140.dll, mfc140.dll) for 32-bit and
64-bit systems. Before the setup, the previous program should be uninstalled
to remove obsolete files also.
If Win7 or Win8 systems are missing 'api-ms-win-crt-runtime-l1-1-0.dl'l, you
must download and install 'Universal C RunTime in Windows - Microsoft Support'.
SkatSetup-5.2 (2017-05-24 beta 16
Previous skat versions:
Created with the development environment Visual Studio 6 (WinXP - Win10,
VS6 can only be used up to Windows Vista). Includes the redistributable
(mfc42.dll) for 32-bit systems.
New: Suit: Rule: 1614
2990, 2994 (Kontra)
Ramsch: Rule: 142 (pass on)
Match: Backup the initialization data
Grand: Rule: 3147, 3335, 3418, 3420
3535, 3560 (Kontra)
Correction: Ramsch: Schieben
Grand: Ouvert: Following error (J, Rh)
Game: Saving game file with game course:
Match: Reading a matchfile:
Setting menu options
Score Sheet: Incorrect allocation of results
if equality in Ramsch game
Dialogs: Radio Buttons
Suit: Ruffing behavior
(soloist: last trump in the game)
Bock: Counting (also at course)
Revolution: Check for leading (soloist)
Score Sheet: Assignment of result at
Bierlachs if soloist loses
Termination: Choice: Duration, Bierlachs, unlimited
Game: Check for Schwarz at Ouvert
Playing Skill: Suit: Rule: 1614, 3127
Suit: Throwing off behavior (opponent)
Ramsch: Discard Skat
Suit: Discard Skat
Suit: Behavior in Ouvert (opponents)
Grand: Behavior in Ouvert (opponents)
SkatSetu p-3.4 (17.10.2012)
SkatSetu p-4.3 (2015-03-01)
SkatSet up-4.5 (2015-04-12)
Skat Setup-5.0 (2015-04-12)
Alternatively, a virus-tested copy may be downloaded from the user forum of Heise Online