Place tiles which have a number of pips that matches one of the exposed ends of the chain. If you have no such tiles you have to draw from the boneyard one tile at a time until new one may be played.
After placement player will get points if the sum of pips at the exposed ends of the chain is a multiple of five (5,10,15,20,etc).
At the end of the round player also scores points for all the pips remaining in the opponent's hand rounded to the nearest multiple of five.
Winner is the first player who reach the score of 150 points.
Native support for iPhone X, XS, XS Max, iPad Pro 11-inch.
Ratings and Reviews
Domino at Large!
This game's App really isn't one that I have difficulties trying to play alone,insofar this is the best! Kudos to Developer(s). Ex Animo, FABi.
2)My opponent do not square off to “5’s” in order to make 5,10,15,or 25 points, always disregard this action, is like the computer wants me to win!
3)As of June 2019 still do not square off to 5’s tile in order to score 10,15,20’s. If one end is double tens and the other end is blank then the system square off to domino blank instead to go to 5s and gets 15 points. It is a trick to attract more into this app or what? I feel not excited winning so many!
␀Each time this “APP” disregard to square off to make 5,10,15,20,25 even 30 points. I will make the App wins by default until we get boring doing so.
First, it seems like the person who dominos, there is a default setting that directs that person to automatically begin play for the next hand or round. There is no default for alternate play to begin each round. It seems like it gives extra credit for the player who continually is given a “down”. I think this gives that player an extra 5 or 10 points for each time they are given an extra down. Over the course of a match, this could be the difference in winning or losing.
Secondly, I,ve always understood the player who blocks play would automatically win that round and receive all the points left in the opponents hand. This was the bonus for blocking the game. I’ve always saw this as the strategy and reward you got for taking the risk to block the game. As it is in this game it turns out to be a “draw”, which leaves no incentive to try and block play.
I LOVE to play dominos! This game has the best graphics of any dominos game I've seen. But when your opponent begins the hand he/she almost ALWAYS win that hand. I suppose the algorithm is rigged so that if you play ten hands, the iPad (or iPhone) will win 9 of them. It deduces that you have to win occasionally or you will stop playing. 99% of the hands, if I have 2 or 3 dominos left and the computer has one, she will miraculously have the exact number of dots which are needed to go out. There may be 15 dominos in the bone pile, and after counting, I see that there is one more trey left (which is what she needs) and all the other dominos showing on the table are played out. Guess what? Tan Dah! She lays the last trey. Come on, developers! Make it more real, like live play. This so obviously rigged. Disappointing. I really like all the games by DoraLogic that I have. Too bad you were lazy on programming this one.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.