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Description

Dominoes is definitely one of the most famous board game in the world. There are dozens of rules out there, but three modes are getting most of the attention:

- Draw dominoes: simple, relaxing, play your tiles on either side of the board. You only need to match the tile you have with one of the 2 ends already on the board.

- Block dominoes: basically the same as Draw Dominoes. The main difference is you have to pass your turn if you run out of options (whereas you can pick an extra domino from the boneyard in the previous mode).

- Dominoes All Five: slightly more complex. Each turn, you need to add all ends of the board, and count the number of pips on them. If it is a multiple of five, you score those points. A bit difficult at first but you will quickly get it!

Beautiful, simple, relaxing, easy to learn yet complex if you get to learn all the tricks! Will you be a Dominoes master?

What’s New

Version 1.49

Bug fixes and performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
18.9K Ratings

18.9K Ratings

L1nda Joy ,

Great game

I love this game! I win very often, as opposed to other games where computer wins almost always. My one complain is: why do they have to light up the available tiles that are playable for each and every hand? Why can’t we look for ourselves, and then play our own game? Takes a lot out of the overall fun of an otherwise truly great game. I love the graphics and the speed, but again, can’t it be set up to where the computer doesn’t instantly show you every playable domino for that play? Like an option the player can choose not utilize? Detracts so much from fun of the challenge.

T C in Oklahoma ,

I’ve got to find a domino game that’s true reality!

I have been playing your game now for however many months it’s been! I win somewhere around 90% of my games. First of all both players should get 9 dominoes, not 7. Then when you’re playing the computer, it will cut off it’s own double and a lot of times I’m able to score and domino at the same time. Definitely let’s me domino more often than not! Beginners will get a kick out of it, but for me, it’s not challenging. So, my thoughts are, when someone wants to put in the time and make just an all 5’s, moon and 42 games possible with three and four player option, then you’ll have a winner. If you have to look up any of those games I just mentioned, you shouldn’t be trying to invent a domino game! Some may say that I’m being harsh, but your’s is not the first game I’ve played on my iPad. I’ve played several and deleted them. Some may say what gives me the right to be this judge-mental, because I’ve been playing all 5’s for 40 plus years with some moon and 42 through out those years. That’s my take on your game. Thanks for trying!!!
TLC in Oklahoma

Skinnybaker ,

Very frustrating

Ok. I downloaded this because reviews said it had a fair proportion of wins vs losses. Ha! I don’t know what game they are playing; I have won about three rounds and lost eight or nine.

I also find it extremely annoying that if I don’t instantly make a move, up pops the words “It’s your turn!”. Which stays on the screen until I move.

Also, the game assumes I am so stupid that I can’t see whether or not I have tiles I can play; it lights up the possible choices. Really?

And finally, several times when the dominoes already played are close to the border of where my tiles are displayed, I find I can’t play the tile I want on that bottom row of tiles. If I get my tile all the way out of my “holding pen”, I can’t put the matching pips together; if I touch the matching pips, the game seems to think my tile is still in my holding area, and when I release my tile trying to play it, it pops right back into my lineup of tiles. It won’t stay on the playing area.

On the up side, there do not appear to be any ads at all, and there are three different types of domino games to choose from.

But the fact that I rarely win a round, never mind a while game, coupled with the game’s refusal to let me make a valid play, plus the aspects that insult my intelligence as mentioned above, mean that I will be deleting this app. Very disappointed.

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