Bridge Software

BridgeOriginally derived from Whist, Bridge has long been one of the most popular card games in the world. Because it's a partnership game, it's an ideal game for parties and gatherings. One can learn the basic rules of Bridge in just a few minutes, but spend a lifetime mastering the intricacies and strategies of this deep and subtle game.

Play Bridge on your computer or phone with these downloadable Bridge card games for Windows, Macintosh, and Mobile platforms:

Bridge Software for Windows

  • 32 Card Bridge
    32 Card Bridge for Windows is the english version of the 'Belote Bridgée' (named after the supposed author Belot) which is the most popular card game played in France.
  • Bridge Baron
    Bridge Baron is the world's foremost computer bridge playing program. With over 2 billion deals, Bridge Baron offers you the most comprehensive, easy-to-use, bridge game available. Available for Windows and Macintosh.
  • Bridge From Special K
    This Bridge game uses animation and sound to achieve a realistic atmosphere. Choose from different bidding conventions and styles of play, and comes complete with a help file and on screen explanation of the bidding logic. Ideal for expert and beginner alike. By Garry McKay.
  • Q-plus Bridge
    Q-plus Bridge is one of the few programs which plays bridge at club standard - if you can beat it regularly you will be likely to enjoy good results at any bridge club as well.


Bridge Software for Macintosh

  • 3D Bridge Deluxe
    3D Bridge Deluxe is a great way for beginners to learn the game with its own tutorials that will give you enough of the basics to play online with real people. Try out multiple bidding styles - Weak 2 Bid, Weak Jump Overcalls, Takeout Doubles, Cuebids for Slam Bidding, Blackwood Convention, Gerber Convention, Stayman Convention and Jacoby Transfers.
  • Bridge Baron
    Bridge Baron is the world's foremost computer bridge playing program. With over 2 billion deals, Bridge Baron offers you the most comprehensive, easy-to-use, bridge game available. Available for Windows and Macintosh.
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Last Update: July 28th, 2011