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Scopa, also called Clean Sweep, is a traditional Italian card game for two to four players. It is easy to learn and highly addictive! You can play against the computer or challenge your friends to play online.

Point for a sweep
A sweep, in Scopa, is when a player can "clear the table,"that is, play a trick that results in there being no cards left on the table. In some variations of the game, this is worth a point. You can enable or disable this option through a checkbox when challenging opponents.
Beginner vs Advanced
Scopa can be played in Beginner or Advanced mode. Beginner mode is for those learning the game. The application provides instructions and hints for better gameplay. Statistics and rankings are not kept for Beginner mode games.
Points for Napoli
In some variants of Scopa, there is a special score category called Napoli. If any player has the ace, two, and three of Coins, that player gets three points, plus an additional point for each successive card in the "run."