Are you looking for a free bridge game allowing you to take up bridge and play deals online? Our online bridge game is made for you! This famous card game is user-friendly and can be downloaded on iPhone, Android, Mac and Windows.
Funbridge allows you to play bridge for free with no commitment! Play an unlimited number of deals on all your devices with a single account. Our app is available for iPhone, iPad and Android mobiles and tablets as well as Mac and Windows computers.
You are wondering how to play bridge? Don't worry! The introductory module to bridge included in the app will allow you to learn the basics of bridge easily. With the help system at the table, you will also understand the bidding phase better. If you already know how to play bridge, our game will enable you to practise bidding and card play in order to develop your skills and later participate in tournaments to pit yourself against other players.
Since 2003, we have been committed to promoting bridge and making it accessible to the greatest possible number of people. As a partner of many bridge federations and clubs, our online bridge platform offers a comprehensive gaming experience which complements the standard way of playing bridge.
Play bridge online whenever and wherever you want.
You can pause at any time and resume the game later.
Find your favourite game modes in just a few clicks and discover our easy-to-use game table.
Over 250 countries represented.
More than 65,000 online players and 1 million deals played every day.
New features and game modes are regularly added to our bridge app to meet our players' needs.
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On Funbridge, you play the hand in South. Your partner in North and your opponents in East/West are controlled by the built-in artificial intelligence called "Argine".
Also called "game engine", this AI has been created by Jérôme Rombaut and his team. It is regularly updated to make sure it mimics human beahviour as closely as possible.
» Discover the game engine
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