Concrete Software

New Release: Aces® Gin Rummy

  • Date: August 10, 2012
  • Posted by: Jake
  • Comments: 6

Concrete Software, developers of rock solid mobile games, is pleased to announce the release of Aces Gin Rummy for Nook and Kindle Fire.

Gorgeous Victorian-era graphics combine with Concrete Software’s famously addictive gameplay, to create a card game that makes all other forms of entertainment look like deadwood!

The cast of quirky characters lets players take on the role of an elegant skunk, a dapper dandy, or even a robot as they undercut, layoff, and go for Gin in the finest Gin Rummy experience available for mobile.

Classic gameplay and flawless presentation make Aces® Gin Rummy an essential addition to any serious card game collection.

Aces Gin Rummy is available on the Amazon and B&N App Stores.

Since 2003, Concrete Software has been creating your favorite games across all major mobile platforms, including iOS, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone. Fun, challenging, addictive — Concrete Software makes rock solid games. Find out how at


  1. Jake says:

    This game can be downloaded to the Kindle via Amazon right here:

  2. L. Gardner says:

    When will the gin game be available for kindle HD Fire?

  3. Jake says:

    Hey Brent, Please send an email to, and we can help you out right away! Include the game (Gin Rummy) and your specific device (HTC Incredible 2) in your message for a faster reply. Thanks for playing!

  4. Jake says:

    Hey Faye, Please send an email to, and we can help you out right away! Include the game (Gin Rummy) and your specific device in your message. Glad you are loving our games!

  5. Brent Shumaker says:

    I am having a display issue on my phone with the current version of Gin Rummy. I have an HTC Incredible 2. Is there an update coming? I really like your card games but it is getting cut off in my phones display.

  6. Faye Heindel says:

    Hey, LOVED your aces spades, so thought i’d try your gin, but on my droid, the game table is bigger than the screen, causing some buttons to be ‘unseen’. I loved the one game I played, so please help me fix it.??? Thanks! keep up the ‘fun’ work!

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