We find that many of our readers are Mac lovers. So, if you have an Apple computer and want to play rummy games on your Mac, what’s out there? We aren’t talking about online sites like Rummy Royal where you can play rummy games for real cash money, but rather software downloads you can process to your desktop to help improve your rummy game playing strategy. One rummy game for Mac that we really like is Romi Version 9.2.
Gerard Brochu Designed A Winner
Game designer Gerard Brochu has brought Mac users a fun game called Rom. Romi is currently in Version 9.2 and was programmed in Cocoa. It is available in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Portugese, Swedish and Norwegian which is something we love. In fact, there are a lot of things to love about this rummy game which requires Intent, Mac OS X 10.6 or later to run. Read on to learn more.
What We Like About Romi Rummy
With Romi Version 9.2 from Gerard Brochu you get more than just one rummy game. When you download this game, which runs just under $10 from the Mac Update store, you get several gaming options. You will find that Romi includes Rummy Tile, Rummy Cube, Rummykub and Rami games. This selection allows you to explore a wide variety of rummy styles and variants while improving your rummy strategy and skill.
How Does This Gaming Suite Work?
Once you download you will see that you can play includes Rummy Tile, Rummy Cube, Rummykub and Rami games against the computer through three increasingly difficult levels of game play. You will play with two sets of 52 cards and two wild cards. Basically in Romi you need to form groups of 3 cards or more. Those groups must contain consecutive cards of the same suit or have differing suits but cards must all be the same number value to be considered a set.
What Do I Need To Play
You’ll need an account at Mac Update and $9.99 to process the download. Your Mac must be Intel, Mac OS X 10.6 or later. Then just select the download you want from the options for your computer configuration and you’ll be playing in no time. Oh, did we mention if you have to quit the game early that Romi will automatically save your scores so they are ready the next time you turn on to play?