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GameColony mobile apps
Posted by webmaster (moderator) 13 Dec 2015 11:09am
    


GameColony is working on new mobile apps and on continuous enhancements of existing mobile apps for our games.
GameColony currently supports the following mobile apps for multiplayer games:

Gin Rummy
Gin Rumy for iOS, ****Gin Rummy for Android **** Browser-based Gin Rummy for mobile and desktop devices

Cribbage
Cribbage for iOS, ****Cribbage for Android **** Browser-based Cribbage for mobile and desktop devices

Backgammon
Backgammon for iOS ****Backgammon for Android **** Browser-based Backgammon for mobile and desktop devices

Dominoes
Dominoes for iOS ****Dominoes for Android **** Browser-based Dominos for mobile and desktop devices

Mahjong Solitaire
Native android Mahjong Solitaire app
Browser-based Mahjong Solitaire for mobile and desktop devices

Solitaire
Native android Solitaire app
Browser-based Solitaire for mobile and desktop devices

Poker-Rush
Native android Poker-Rush Solitaire app
Browser-based Poker-Rush Solitaire for mobile and desktop devices

Pyramids
Native android Pyramids Solitaire app
Browser-based Pyramids Solitaire for mobile and desktop devices

Rush-21 (BlackJack Solitaire)
Browser-based BlackJack Solitaire for mobile and desktop devices

Lines-Collapse
Browser-based Lines-Collapse game for mobile and desktop devices



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