Spin a dreidel on your iPhone or iPod!
*Hanukkah Dreidel music
To play, have a pot of coins or "chips", each player then takes turns spinning the dreidel. If you land on green (gimel) you get all the coins, yellow (nun) means nothing happens, red (hey) means you get half the pot, blue (shin) means you put one coin in. The game may last until one person has won everything.
Fixed incorrect Hebrew characters on Dreidel, previously "tav" appeared where "shin" should be located, and "gimmel" appeared upside-down.
Ratings and Reviews
Great game for young, handicap & older children & adults!
Now when the kids are board, we can pull out my phone and play dreidel anywhere we are! Simple enough for even the youngest child, or handicap child, who might not otherwise be able to play traditional dreidel!!! Just a great game!
love this game!
dreidel is a really fun game, if you know how to play. this is a great interpertation of the real game. most people are giving it one star becuase they cant play. heres how to play:
start with a pot of coins or something in the middle (the pot) each person also has a small amout of coins or whatever you are using.
when you spin: if you land on green (gimel) you get all the coins. yellow (nun) means nothing happens. red (hay) means you get half the pot. blue (shin) you put one coin in. by the way, the colors aren't always the same for every dreidle, thats just for this game.
Waste of space. Spinning is unrealistic. Although i know it instructions would be good. Background also needs work
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.