Romi for iPad
By Gérard Brochu
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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.
What's New in Version 3.6.2
Romi has been updated for IOS 8.
Upset and suggestion
I hope the programmers read this since there is no place to write to them directly (frustrating). When playing with different numbers of opponents it would be most logical to have different score boards! Thanks. Otherwise I love the game.
Plays well. Irritating Controls. Lacks polish but a good game.
It's a shame. It plays a good game of Rummycube but is indifferent to good user interface design.
Illogically laid out controls and missing key displays (like how many remaining tiles opponents have) make this a three star app. It's 5-stars on play and 2-stars on usability.
Double tapping a tile will move it into a logical position...or into a random one, making the feature pretty worthless.
The arrangement of e cleanup buttons is more random than organized.
The developer clearly cares more about adding raw features than on making the playing experience a pleasing, attractive one. The app feels like it written by a brilliant 13 year old.