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Pressman's best-selling rummy tile game is now available in a handheld electronic game with features that every Rummikub fan will love! Play against friends or against the console in three different modes: practice, mini-tournament and tournament. Set the built-in timer for any amount of time you want. Then play just like the original game, building groups and runs as you try to be the first player to play all your tiles and win the game. For 1 to 2 players, ages 8 and up.
Electronic Rummikub is a handheld electronic game with features that every rummikub fan will love. Play against friends or against the console in three different modes such as practice, mini-tournment and tournament. Set the built in timer for any amount of time you want. It includes hand held game and instructions. Be the first player to play all your tiles to win the game.
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It took me awhile to distinguish the different tiles, It would help if they were bigger. Sometimes you have to hold at different angles to be able to tell the difference. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Judy S.
I love this game but wish it was in color! I play it when I am bored.
I have always love this as a board game too!
This game has too many instructions. I like the easier older hand held games when traveling, or waiting at appointments with kids.Published 21 months ago by Susan
This is a very poorly designed game. The tile colors are not in color at all but are designated by the position of a blackened box. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Anne from Atlanta
no instructions were included. almost impossible to understand how to make this work. symbols for blocks are too small to read.Published on March 2, 2013 by rocky reid
Too small and hard to read and handle. Would not buy again. Disappointed in device. Needs larger numbers and words.Published on February 10, 2013 by beverly a. digregorio
The numbers are way to small for older eyes, the game is wery difficult for older persons.I did not like the game.Published on January 18, 2013 by Steve P Watkins