Rummikub is a strategy, luck, and competitive game. There is an interesting and unexpected challenge for you. Join and enjoy the game now!!!
For those who have been waiting (or trying) for a thrilling challenge that can be enjoyed with their family members across generations, this game is currently available to play online. Start by combining the tiles in clever ways, such as numbers or colors. Then, be careful, because someone might take all of your spots before you've even finished laying them out. Be the first player to lay all of your checkers down on the table. There are a whopping 106 tiles in the game 104 checkers of different colors plus two jokers. Each tile displays a unique number from 1 to 13 in four different colors, with black designating a matchless condition and red designating the highest value matching set on your side of the game. The design allows players to quickly identify which spaces have already been occupied with just a quick glance at their screens. the fun and easy-to-play game of Rummikub where you can win. It's up to you to organize your own public or private tables, control turn durations, and select the number of players who will take part in this fast-paced strategy game.
Rummikub sets come with 112 tiles:
4 blank tiles
Select who goes first
How to play
Starting with the first player and working clockwise, players form groups and run. A group consists of three or four tiles of the same number but different colors. A run is defined as three or more consecutive tiles of the same color. The 1 tile is the lowest tile and cannot be used to follow a 13 tile in a run. To enter the game, a player must complete a group(s) and/or run(s) worth at least 30 points. To calculate points, add the value indicated on each tile. The value of a Joker is equal to the tile it represents. To enter the game, a player must complete a group(s) and/or run(s) worth at least 30 points. To calculate points, add the value indicated on each tile. The value of a Joker is equal to the tile it represents. Look at the tiles below, they total more than 30. With these tiles, you can begin the game. If a player fails to score at least 30 points, he or she draws a tile from the pool. This ends the player's turn.