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Highest possible score for Cribbage Squares?

I was wondering if anyone could help. Been playing Cribbage Squares for some time now - the solitaire city version on the iphone which firstly has reminded me how much I like cribbage again, but now being the competitive sort I want to see what the perfect hand would be. Obviously 29 for a single row but the highest I have managed for the squares version is (a quite respectable) 117. But the top score on the high scores is 141!! and to break into the top 50 you need 118! Think I need a different strategy and wondered if anyone has any ideas.

iPhone cribbage apps

iPhone cribbage games to download

Looking for a free cribbage game for iPhone? You're in the right place! Check out our iPhone cribbage reviews below.

We review the best iPhone cribbage games available. If you know of other cribbage games for iPhone, contact us!

3Jacks Cribbage

3Jacks Cribbage is a new cribbage game for the iPhone which supports Apple's Game Center, allowing you to play against your friends.

3Jacks Cribbage on the iPhone App Store

Cribbage Partner for iPhone

Cribbage Partner for iPhone is now available! One of the best iPhone cribbage apps we've seen - already a big hit on the Palm and Windows Mobile / Pocket PC platforms, Casdra Software's Cribbage Partner includes a genetically evolved AI and beautiful graphics.

Solitaire City


A Cribbage Squares solitaire game is included in Solitaire City from Digital Smoke for the iPhone (download Solitaire City from iTunes App Store). In addition to cribbage, the game features Spider, FreeCell, Klondike, Demon, Poker Squares, Pyramid, Golf, Casket, Alternations, Eliminator, Yukon and Tri-Peaks.

iPhone cribbage board

This Javascript-based cribbage board lets you use your Apple iPhone to record the score of a game of cribbage. Cribbage scoring on iPhone is much more fun than using pencil and paper!

iPhone crib board

Other mobile platforms

See our pages for Palm cribbage, mobile phone cribbage, Windows Mobile cribbage, Android cribbage and BlackBerry cribbage.

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