Rummikub Game

Rummikub Game Rules

Rummikub Game Instructions

Average Price: $17.00
Playing Time: 30 - 45 min.
Ages: 8+
Players: 2 - 4

Rummikub is a great game for both adults and children alike. Join in the fast paced fun while trying to combine your tiles in runs or sets. Rummikkub, similar to the card game, gets everyone involved.

Rummikub game play moves along thanks to the joker tiles (wilds) and helps players out when they don't quite have the tile they need. Learning how to play Rummikub dose not take a lot of time. Bring out the fun and start playing Rummikub today!

Be the first player to get rid of all the tiles in your rack by forming sets and runs. The player who reaches the preset number of points will win the game.

Inside your Rummikub box you'll find 106 tiles (2 sets of tiles numbered 1 to 13 in four colors: black, red, blue, orange; 2 Jokers); 4 playing racks and the official Rummikub game rules and instructions.

Rummikub Game Rules:
Please keep in mind that the official Rummikub party rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions on how to play Rummikub.

Rummikub Reviews, Comments, Questions

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Sandy says:

Must you always replace a Joker to use it in a new group, or can you remove it using its current color and number value in a new group as long as it is not needed in the group from which it is removed? Example: if its current function is "red 6" and a red 6 is needed in a new group, could you use the Joker as if it were actually a red 6?
Bob Nice says says:

I have a run of four tens the black ten is the joker can I pick up the black ten which is the joker and use it to make a run of 8,9,10 12/12/17
Caryl says:

If I have earlier melded, and later pick up a joker, can I use that joker with just one other tile from my hand to extend a run already on the table?
Holly says:

When initially laying down the tiles to make the required 30 points one player used a wild tile in her run and added in the number that the joker represented so it would add up to 30. Is this permitted?
Anna says:

At the start of the game, you have to get 30 to start, would it be okay to put down for example, two black 11 and a red 11? Or do they all have to be different colours? Please answer, in the middle of an argument with someone about this!!!
Linda says:

When playing,is it ok to break up a run of 3 consecutive numbers and add each to sets of the same number so that you can win even if you take no number from your hand?
Ann says:

If there is a red run on the table of 5-6-7 and I have a joker and a red nine in my hand, can I add the joker as a red 8 or do I have to use 2 tiles from my hand when I play the joker? Such that in the the example, that would mean I would add the joker as a red 8 and add a red 9 AND a red 10 from my hand.
Nicole says:

You have a black 9 on your rack. In your play you have a black run 10 11 12 13. You also have a 3 of the 13 tiles (orange blue and red). To play your 9 can you pick up the black 13 and play that tile on the 3 13's already on the table be play your 9 In front of the 10. Is this a legal move.?
Dave A says:

Can a joke be played on the board as a 9 red if there are two 9 reds all ready in play on the board Creating a 3rd red 9 on the board
carol says:

how do you play the joker if I have--3-5s and one is the joker can I take the joker but have to replace with a 5 and in a run 1234567 and 4 is the joker can I split the run and take the (joker)=4 to use in my hand with my own 2 tiles
Krys says:

Do you have instructions for Word Rummikub
Dianne says:

if there is a group of 4 on the table, can I add to that group, even though it means there will now be two of the same color ? ie, is a group limited to maximum of 4?
Gramz says:

what count does the joker have if played in the first play? Such as, to get your 30 count lay down?
Mildred says:

Why we can't used th joker as any numbers or color instead to have to chip's in the hands,when I have only one chip in my last hand?
Mary Moss says:

Assume I draw a Joker tile. On my next turn, can I play that Joker anywhere on the I still have to play it with 2 other tiles from my hand?
marta c says:

If I have the Joker and another tile left in the game, can I put that joker down on a set that is already on the table?
d smith says:

can the joker (smiley face) in a set of three be moved if the other 2 cards can be moved? EXAMPLE; 7of Black 7 of red,joker Move 7 of black to 8,9,10,of black,move 7 of red to 8,9,10of red and the joker to 8,9,10 of blue?
carol says:

are u able to hold all ur tiles as long as you want before you put any down
diane says:

How do I press enter to submit my tiles. My time always runs out so I really can't play because I haven't figured out the most important part of the game!!! Please help!
Vi says:

Have been playing Rummikub with players who insist on arranging everyone's tiles in order on the table, with runs in color order and like numbers in order, i.e. 1's, 2's, etc. It does not seem appropriate for someone to control placement on the table.
lori gier says:

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