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Okey



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Play now the Okey board game for freeOkey is a popular Turkish game , played with a set of 106 wooden tiles. The faces of the tiles are numbered from 1 to 13, with the numbers printed in various colors. There are eight tiles of each number: two red, two yellow, two green and two black. In addition there are two special tiles without numbers - these are known in this game as "false jokers" (in Turkish "sahte okey"). The backs of the tiles are plain, so tiles that are face down on the table or held by another player all look the same.
Game Features:
- Designed for both Tablet and Phone - Hours of entertainment! - 100% Free! Play as much as you want - Okey specifically optimized for the Android - Okey game without wifi. Play Okey game offline. - Fun, excitement and entertainment! - Easy to use and comfortable user interface! - Auto save game - Works perfect even without network, without wifi, offlineBefore the play begins, if any player holds the tile that matches the face up tile on top of the last stack of six tiles, the player may show that tile, and score one point.Now the player to the dealer's right begins the play by discarding one tile, face up. After this, each player in turn may either take the tile just discarded by the previous player, or draw the next tile from the supply in the centre of the table, and must then discard one unwanted tile. This continues in anticlockwise rotation until a player forms a winning hand and exposes it, ending the play.Discarded tiles are placed to the right of the player who discarded them, in a stack, so that only the most recent discard in the stack is visible.
If you have a winning hand, then you can end the play by exposing all 14 of your tiles after discarding. Apart from the discards and the face up tile on top of the six-tile stack, no tiles are exposed until a player shows a winning hand: no sets or runs are exposed during the game.Tiles are always drawn from the top of the next available stack. When only the final stack of 6 tiles remains, the exposed tile is removed from the top of this stack and the other five tiles are drawn in order. The exposed tile (the red 4 in the example diagrams) can never be drawn. When there are no tiles left in the centre except the single exposed tile, if the next player to play does not want to take the previous player's discard, the play ends because there are no cards left to draw.