Okey 51Universal App – Optimized for iPhone and iPad.
Published by: Adalat Nasibov
$1.99Track this app for price drops.
- Current Version 1.3
- Size 8.05 MB
- Released Jan 10, 2012
- Age 4+
- Category Board
- User Ratings 4.50 (5 votes)
Okey 51 is an addicting board game of the Rummy family, played with a set of 106 numbered tiles. Okey 51 is a dynamic and exciting variation of the classic Okey game.
At the start of the game each player has a hand of 14 tiles. The object is, by drawing and discarding tiles, to form sets of equal numbered tiles, and runs of consecutive tiles of the same color. These groups of the tiles are moved from the hand to the table. Additionally it is possible to add tiles one-by-one to the existing series on the table.
The less tiles will remain on the hand at the end the better.
Detailed help is included in the game.
What's new in version 1.3
* Opening hand with total 100 or more gives additional +100 points * Fixed an issue when a tile might "hang" on wrong position * Minor improvements
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Okey 51 is a universal app, and is available on the iTunes App Store for free with in-app purchases. The game is compatible with all devices running iOS 4.1 or later, including the new iPhone 6 and iPad Mini. To download the Okey 51 app, just scan the QR code with your device or click the button below to go to the app's download page.
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Good game. I am addicted to this game I love it
OK With Okey. A fun game with beautiful graphics and layout that would look even cooler in HD for the iPad. Additional variations make it more
Okey 51. I love Okey so I had to get Okey 51. However, I've been playing both of Adikus's Okey games for a while now and I still get
confused while playing sometimes. Games like Okey and Okey 51 really need an interactive tutorial due to the type of games they
are. Simple text rules just aren't enough. T
Fun game. My wife has been playing this game for a few weeks so I thought I would give it a try. It is fun, but the rules seem a little
different than some other versions I have seen. Fun though. I would like
Finally we have got 51 on an I. I was waiting for this game for the longest time. Finally we have got it! Thanks to Adikus for make
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