Yatzy Online for Android Tablets comes after the success the Yatzy Online apps have had on the iTunes, Google Play Store and Amazon Appstore for Android for mobile devices, as well as on Facebook for the desktop users.
The Android tablet app is expected to keep in line with the current collection of apps provided by Miracle Mill that allow players to enjoy the classic dice game in real time or turnbased, completely cross-platform and for free.
Yatzy Online players are able to start an online game on one app and then pick it up on another app or device; all online games are automatically synced across devices. Players can also play several games simultaneously and switch between games and devices quickly and easily.
Yatzy Online supports all the 3 major variations of the game: 5 dice International version, 5 dice Scandinavian version, as well as a 6 dice version. Players can choose which version they prefer by using a simple switch, and have full freedom to have many ongoing games in different variations of the game.
All Yatzy Online Apps are available in English, French, German, Swedish and Finnish. The Apps are soon to be available in Italian as well, as the company is currently working on introducing Italian on all platforms, with Amazon and Google Play to be the first in, announced Miracle Mill.
The Yatzy Online App for Android Tablets is expected to be in the Amazon Appstore for Android as soon as mid February. All ‘Kindle’ and other tablet devices that have the ‘Amazon Appstore for Android’ App installed will be able to get the app immediately. Android users that don’t have the ‘Amazon Appstore for Android’ will first need to install the app that is available for free in order to get their free Yatzy Online App.
Concurrently with the release of the new app, Miracle Mill has announced the arrival of a ‘premium’ feature for all Android apps that will allow players to remove ads and banners from their apps through a simple in-app purchase.
For the beginner players, Yatzy is a social game that is played with five or six dice, between 2 to 4 players. Each player takes his turn and has 3 rolls at each go. At each turn, he can roll all the dice or keep as many dice as he likes from the previous rolls, in order to get the combination he wants. The one player that has the most points at the end of the game wins the game.