If you do a quick search for a rook app on your iPhone, you will find that there is really only one application that comes up. It is a rook application which allows you to keep track of your rook game scores on the phone. Including who’s deal it is, and what the bid was taken for.
Not quite a rook game app. It is helpful, however, some may find it unnecessary to pay the $.99 fee to purchase.
Back to the matter at hand, there is currently no way to play rook on the iPhone! This post serves as a request to all those iPhone programmers out there looking for something to do. Create an iPhone app that you can connect with friends to play in your network. The closest thing right now would be the PC version of the rook application.
Make one for droid too!!
I hear you, I would love to see a rook game for either android or iPhone. But as of yet, no dice. Most recent update: Still no App created! I thought apple’s phrase states “yeah, there’s an app for that”, where’s the Rook Game App?
This is not Rook, but it is similar: https://itunesconnect.apple.com/WebObjects/iTunesConnect.woa/wo/188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.0.4.0.1
(Note: I did write the linked app so this would be a solicitation. I apologize and no hard feelings if the admin decides this post is inappropriate and removes it.)
You can play rook online at duelboards with your cell, however It’s difficult to press the right card due to the size.
you can play rook online at duelboard.com, but would love to see a rook app
I am writing an iOS app for Rook and I would love to get some feedback on it. I’m very interested in your opinion. I’d like to either chat or send an email rather than ask them all on your blog. Let me know if you’re interested.
an app now called Blackbird is very similar
Someone finally made an app. Search for Blackbird! in the apple App Store. It’s $1.99, but worth it!
I have just created a new Rook app for iPhone and iPad. It is a customized version of Kentucky Discard, and is available in the App Store as “CrowsNest Card Game”. You can also link to it from http://www.tournament-rook.com.