A good Rummi digitization; very well produced
Rummi is a great game for those that want to play the staple parlor game, Rummibuk, or, simply Rummi, and want a very well produced game. It's got a clean 2D interface, runs windowed or full screen on XP and other later Windows OSes, and is overall pretty neat. It's got that Windows games build, with a help addition, as well as a good tutorial, it also has tool tips if you want to get additional information while you play, and the quality of the graphics, while not outstanding is clean and very good for long sessions. Simple touches, such as the lite green surface where the rummi pieces are stacked works great for the game, because, as you'd imagine, it is easy on one's eyes, and, thus, allows for longer sessions without fatigue. So, overall, Rummi is a great parlor digitization, and whether you're an expert player or a novice looking to learn the rules of the game, with Rummi you'll get both ends of the straw! Similarly, Rummikub, even if released in 92, and with a less expansive addition of elements, is still very playable, if you were looking for a more retro feel to the game.