Frequently Asked Questions

Can I bring to the table a Word only, without the gimetria?

No. What is true for one gameis not relevant  to another game.for example: I a soker game it is not allowed to score it  a goal  with a hand, but  is basketball.

?I found a Word equal gimatricaly to another word that is on the Clipboard, can I  insert it into the same equation?

!Of course! The combination wins multiple word value

Friend arrived with an additional  “gimateriks” game, can you   connect two games? 

Yes, absolutely, I just suggest to sign a point, on the back of one of the games, to be able to  separate the games  later.

I have a lost some tiles, can I  complete them?. 

They will be sent to you by post, at alprovided you  recommend a freind (by Name and email) to order a “gimatriks” game. 


We have a group of six players, and the game is quickly over what can be done?. 

useless tiles each each, 12 letters instead of 15 and 4 digits instead of 5. 


I got two same numbers and three same letters, what can I do? 

It depends on the case – if a participant  would like to Exchange  tiles (digits or letters) it is allowed, if not, call it “replaces”, show participants the multiples and if change is approved, draw other vtiles without seeing what’s in the bag.


The game is over and both players received the same score, how determined? 

Possible to be solved by invitation to a duel or a toss a coin, but  does it really matter ? participation itself is a pleasure.


How many tiles are there in the game “GIMATRIKS” and how much of each? 

In the English version has 234 tiles in total. Much thought has gone into the combination and the correct relationship between the tiles to enable a successful game.

Well: 18 equal sign tiles, colored blue.

There are 52 number tiles, colored yellow. All number tiles count five, except zeroes, who count seven. While red colored tiles for letters, there are 164 totally, each letter count differently:

A-12, B-2, C-5, D-6, E-19, F-3, G-3, H-9, I-11, J-2, K-2, L-6, M-4, N-11, O-11, P-3, Q-2, R-9, S-9, T-14, U-5, V-5, W-4, X-2, Y-3, Z-2.

p.o. The explanation for variation in quantity between letters is because the different extent of letter usage. For example, Z is rarely used, so only two of the tiles are for z.