Play Skat with your friends around the globe. You only need:
Tap the round button with the two heads.
Tap add players.
You can play with one or two more players. If the third person is missing, the machine takes the place.
Tap the plus button or the minus button to increase or decrease the number of players, respectively.
Add others players to your game.
You can add any player who has a Game Center account and is logged-in.
Former players and players nearby are sown at the bottom of the screen and the top of the screen, respectively. Tap the ones you would like to add to your game.
If you like to invite others players, tap the ad-button (see picture).
Tap "Invite and start"
You invite player Safari89 by tapping "Invite and start" (see picture). Please wait a sec for the response.
Tap the invitation to accept it.
The invited player receives the message "Game Center Invitation" as shown in the picture above.
You need to tap this message to accept the invitation.
Please note that this message disappears after a few seconds. If you do not touch it, you do not join the multiplayer game.
Please be patient.
After the player Safari89 has accept your invitation, the players are connected to Game Center. This may take a while if all players are not in the same room.
If it takes more than a minute, you should cancel the process and try to connect again.
Tap the green play button.
After the conncection is established, you see all players and the seating order (player Safari89 is the left player and the machine the right player).
Tap the flashing green button to start the game.
Players that are inactive are highlighted.
If the Skat app is not active anymore, because e. g. the player reads emails, you will be informed. This is illustrated in the picture above. A yellow sleeping emoji appears that you also may change in settings.
Please note that the app disconnects from Game Center, if you switch-off your device manually or the screen is switched-off automatically or open another app, etc.
You can reconnect if you invite your peers again.