Romi lets you play Rummy Tile (RummyCube, Rummikub, Rami) games against the computer at three different levels.
Romi is played with two sets of 52 cards and with two wild cards. The purpose of this game is to form groups of three or more cards, which contain either consecutive cards of the same suit or cards of the same number value but of differing suits.
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This has replaced my former favorite app. They updated it and ruined it! This has a couple of small flaws but you get used to that. As best I can tell, this is as good as you can get right now.
This is so easy to play, even easier on a touch screen computer than it is on a desktop or laptop, where you use a mouse.
My one criticism is that the settings button is in a position where I accidentally touch it all the time, and I wish it was at the top of the screen.
Also, once you've finished a game, I think you should be able to go right to starting a new game, without having to tell the app this. If there are no more moves, what's the point of asking if you want to continue or start a new game?
Not bad but a flaw
This iPad app is to play the game of Rummikub. It is not bad except for 1 serious flaw. You cannot see how many tiles the opponent has left (at least I cannot find the setting). So you do not know if they are close to going out. This is quite frustrating.
It lets you set up your "rack" sorted by number of suit but if you choose suit, you cannot go back to number as far as I can tell (and it places new tiles at the end instead of in order). You can clean up the layout with a click on the broom, so it is easy to make room for new tile layouts.
- Gerard Brochu
- 8 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Norwegian Bokmål, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish
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- © 2010 Gérard Brochu
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.