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Best Gin Rummy

Best Gin Rummy is based on a popular two-player card game, adapted into the touch-screen era through aesthetic game layouts, animations, graphics and sound effects

Best Gin Rummy is based on a popular two-player card game, adapted into the touch-screen era through aesthetic game layouts, animations, graphics and sound effects

Best Gin Rummy

by Kuralsoft
Best Gin Rummy

What is it about?

Best Gin Rummy is based on a popular two-player card game, adapted into the touch-screen era through aesthetic game layouts, animations, graphics and sound effects. This game includes single-player and multiplayer games.

App Details

Version
6.2
Rating
(2785)
Size
26Mb
Genre
Card Family
Last updated
May 14, 2016
Release date
September 25, 2012
More info

Best Gin Rummy is FREE but there are more add-ons

  • $1.99

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App Store Description

Best Gin Rummy is based on a popular two-player card game, adapted into the touch-screen era through aesthetic game layouts, animations, graphics and sound effects. This game includes single-player and multiplayer games.

In single-player games, a human player can play against a computer opponent. There are three levels of computer opponents to choose from: Rookie, Skilled and Expert. Rookie is the default opponent, tap on "Options > Settings" to choose a new opponent. The opponent players are crafted using sophisticated Artificial Intelligence (AI). Simply, it plays like a human opponent!

In multiplayer or online games, a human player can play against a human opponent. This game provides options to choose a random human opponent or invite Game Center friends.

The objective of the game is to form a hand by combining cards into groups or runs and reduce the point value of the remaining unmatched cards to 10 or less.

Contains 5 game variants: Gin Rummy, Gin 200, Oklahoma Gin, Straight Gin and Hollywood Gin.

Features:
* Universal app, supports iPhone, iPod touch & iPad.
* In single-player games, players can play against "Rookie", "Skilled" or "Expert" computer opponents.
* In multiplayer or online games, players can choose a random human opponent or invite Game Center friends.
* Users can arrange their own hands, just disable auto melding from settings.
* Try two-tap-drop: if you happen to drop the wrong card, this option is for you!
* Fully automated melding or sorting of cards.
* Fully automated game play: meld, knock, gin, big gin, undercut and bonus are processed automatically.
* Game Tutorial for a quick start. Demonstrates both single-player and multiplayer games.
* Detailed Game Rules and Game Help.