- Added support for iOS 10 and above.
- You can now play Qwirkle on your iPhone X.
- Adjusted the Average AI based on player feedback.
- Numerous bug fixes, tweaks and improvements.
*Optimal gameplay is achieved using devices with iOS 10.3 or higher.
Ratings and Reviews
Great Version of a Great Game
This electronic version of the table game is brilliantly done. My family played the table version constantly when we all lived near one another. Now that we're apart physically, we can still play Qwirkle! Actually, to tell the truth, we play more than before because with this iteration there is no set up or clean up, no need to clean off a table or other large surface area, and players don't even need to all be free at the same time!
So, why only four stars? My only problem with this great app is that the notifications system doesn't always work. For example, I do usually get an initial notification that it's my turn, but there's no number on the app itself indicating how many games I have turns in. This means that after I get the original notification and ignore it because I'm busy, there's no number reminder to let me see that it's my turn like so many other multiplayer apps do. This may seem like no big deal, but I play several asynchronous games with my friends and family in my scarce spare time, and without those numbers working correctly, I resort to loading the game to see if it's my turn or not.
Again, this is only a very small annoyance and should not prevent anyone from purchasing and enjoy this excellent adaptation of a fabulous family game.
One of my favorite iPad games.
A great implimentation of a board game. The AI levels are are well done and have a definite change in style as you level them up. Most important to me though is the ability to change the colors of the tiles. As someone with a pronounced red/green color blindness, I find the table top game extremely difficult to play. In almost every situation, I can't tell the blue from the purple. Having the ability to change colors makes the game playable for me. I can use the play & pass feature to play with friends and family. I hope there is a version due soon that will be compatible with iOS 11.
Frustratingly Predictable Play yet Great Fun At Times
We love to play the board game, and the app seemed like a great move. It is frustrating, however, when it's clear that you've been set up to lose the game. I do not mind losing, I just want competitive play. If I set up five tiles in a row, it's pretty much guaranteed every time that the robot will get Qwirkle. It seems that after winning so many games, you're forced, no matter what, to lose so many games. So it makes me question whether or not I even won originally based on my ability or because the computer decided it was time for me to win. I've played more games than I care to admit, and the pattern is very clear once you've played for long enough. That said, it has been great practice for when we play as a family. I do really enjoy this game.
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.