Edited review I had previously given this app two stars because once I picked a game I couldn't select a second one without exiting the app and restarting it. I just discovered, however, that if you use the subdued, hard-to-see arrow on the upper left, you can get out of the first game you select and pick a second one. Given that and the fact that the interface is pretty good, my rating goes from two stars to four.
Stuck on same game "fix" I saw the comments about the glitchy UI. Here's what to do. When you click on a game and you want to go back to the game list DO NOT use your phones back button. Use the arrow in the UI at the top left of the screen. Problem solved! Other than that small issue, the app seems fine. Will update if I find other issues. I suspect I'll be using it a lot!
Poorly written rules The app itself is mildly buggy, but the rule descriptions are riddled with grammar problems and typos. I went through 5 or 6 games and couldn't understand one well enough to try playing it. I had high hopes because it's a great idea for an app. I may look for a substitute elsewhere.
Rules are great but awkward problems in ui It's great to have the rules but there are weird problems. Like filling out the search box then pressing the submit button does nothing; you must close the keyboard and press the "search" button after typing your game name! And some text doesn't fit in its boxes, making it hard to read. And where is gin rummy? Many far less popular games are there!
Completely broken. Fonts run out of their text boxes so you can't read half the words. Open one game, go back, pick a new game and the first game is displayed. Half the screen is taken up with a useless brand header. Great example of how *not* to make an app.
Few bugs that need fixing I like how it teaches you new games to play with friends or by your self. The only problem with it is when you try to click on a different game to learn it is popping up a different game that you didn't want to learn lol. Just fix that and the app will be perfect. And I recommend adding pictures for details on how to play a game.
We've added additional games to keep your card night going.
Gin Rummy offline is now available for android phones with its high quality.
Indian Rummy is a popular card game, a variation of the original Rummy
Makers of India's famous Teen Patti bring to you the Indian Rummy Multiplayer!