The classic card game Cribbage also known as Crib, Cribble, and Noddy. A card game traditionally for two players, that involves playing and grouping cards in combinations which gain points. Cribbage has several distinctive features: the cribbage board used for score keeping, the crib, box, or kitty, a separate hand counting for the dealer, two distinct scoring stages (the play and the show), aces low, and a unique scoring system including points for groups of cards that total fifteen (15).
This Cribbage mobile app lets you play the classic card game Cribage anywhere without needing your wooden Cribbage pegging board. You can play online or even offline. The playing cards are large so Grandpa will have no trouble playing his favorite board game. All the scoring is automatic using the built-in calculator including a breakdown of the point details, so no need for Muggins or Shotgun Cribbage.
Are you ready to skunk your family in one of the most popular card games created in the 17th century? The rules of Cribbage are built in making it easy to learn how to play Cribbage / Cribble.
This app track all your statistic including your hand, crib, pegging average, max, and life time point totals. Never get board with the plethora of achievements to master the perfect hand with a flush, pairs, three of a kind, 15, and super combos. Play at any difficultly: Easy, Medium, Hard, or Crazy Ninja.
This multiplayer game classically plays 2 players in a head to head battle like Speed, Nertz, Canasta, Pinochle, Solitaire Showdown, Backgammon, and Gin Rummy, but only Cribbage is played with a cribbage pegboard.
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Ratings and Reviews
5 star from 1 star
I like the game and all was ok. The advertising is short and non intrusive.
Then political ads starting to show up. I fired off a 1 star review and sent email explain I play the game to escape political stuff. Actually received quick response. I will download the game again in a week to check out how the ads are doing. Will also remove 1 star rating if I can.
He Fixed That Bug!!
People were complaining it was too easy even on Ninja level. I formerly won about 85% of the time myself. With a recent update I rarely beat it anymore. There are games where the Ninja has three 16 hands and all cribs 8 or 12. Hmmmm
Also, it is really common for Ninja to deal me a hand almost identical to his which leads to crazy pegging scenarios. Of course that can happen not so frequently.
Hard to believe it was random before or now.
Promising but flawed
The gameplay is solid and the interface is well structured. As others have noted, though, the game is too easy, even on the Crazy Ninja setting. Finally, I have a bug report: Some reward badges are not being granted when earned! I’ve had more than one round earning 30+ points but I haven’t received the appropriate badges.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.