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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Tempbot, Jul 22, 2009.
This is the best game ever..!!
Happy first two posts!!!
Rummikub is pretty fun. Although I have forgot how to play it these days...:/
LOL @ NFO
Why is "Nederlands" changed into "Dutch" !?
"Nederlands" is the Dutch translation of "Dutch".
Please re-change that
I remember playing it with my grandmother .
^^ I think country vs language?
Although I would be hesitant to buy a game with just Rummikub, I'll try this out =)
Oh, f..k yes!!
does it have local multi player.
It's the most played board game in Turkey. It's very fun when you play it with 4 people.
I pray it for that.
how do you play it? it's like monopoly? i'll wait the game from my sources.
im reading wikipedia about it.
lol the NFO is funny and so true ^^
Too bad I dumped the game myself before this came out....
I don't like the fact that you can't change rules like in the PC verion "Rummi"
But afterall, It's a good game ;D
I STILL play it with my grandmother. She usually wins, and I worry that the times when she doesn't is only because she willed it so.
I remember I got this for my dads birthday once.
It was pretty fun for a little while.
I don't remember how to play it though.
What the heck is Rummikub????
I remember playing this a while ago but have longer forgotten how to play.
Man, though, shovelware companies should invest in board games and card games. Seriously, the games are almost fool-proof to screw up, can have shitty graphics, can be produced quickly (I mean, there's like thousands of board and card games), and appeal to the casual crowd. All they'd need to do is make the CPU's halfway decent and add some local multiplayer and they wouldn't make infamously bad games that would be gobbled up by anyone. Hell, they can even throw in a few board/card games for a "Super Ultra Mega Pack", boost up the price, and make buyers think they're getting more.
Beware! Don't play this lame imitation of the original card game Rommé!
the boxart would have been better if there weren't ppl shown but i guess their motto "bringing people together" wouldn't work
They did it on the GBA; there was a whole series of "3-in-1" board game carts. Maybe they didn't do too well at the time, but I can see how the DS's audience would be better suited to it.
As for fool-proof I wouldn't count on it. Ker-plunk on the GBA was just painful