Mexican Train Dominoes 2 4+

Scott Slocum

Designed for iPad

    • 4.3 • 349 Ratings
    • $2.99



This Mexican Train Dominoes game will run on any iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. One human player plays against 3 computer opponents of varying skill levels. The "best" train can be calculated by the game so you can improve your play. Many rule variations and options are available. Change the names of computer players. Change the speed of the game. Show numbers on the dominoes instead of pips. Just touch the "Menu" button and then "Help" to learn about all the options. Very addicting!

Version 2.0 has been updated with better graphics, more rule variations, and more options.

No Ads! No popups! No in-app purchases. Just the game.

What’s New

Version 2.14

Removed the annoying "Build 2" from the main screen.

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
349 Ratings

349 Ratings

plyfde ,

Won’t stay in ‘slow’ game mode

I love this game and haven’t minded most of the minor bugs the app has dealt with, but since the newest update, the game speed gets faster and faster as I play. I like to play in the ‘slow’ mode, but can only play for a few minutes before it kicks it up to medium or fast. I have to reset the game in order to get it to go back to slow for a few minutes again. I’ve tried deleting and re-downloading it with no luck.

I’ll continue to play because I love it, but I would greatly appreciate a fix to this annoying change.

kristipalmer ,

Bugs prevent play

I wanted to love this app - the dev is going out of his way to protect privacy and make a fun game. But, three times now I have had to delete and reinstall the app due to a bug that (first) prevents any input/interaction, and (second) crashes the game immediately on restart if you try to exit and come back to keep playing. Best description of this bug is: game assumes the full real estate of the screen is usable play area. But, iPhone uses the top center band and bottom center band as areas to control the OS (top: see notifications; bottom: change active app). When selecting a tile in the top band, the tile drops and seems to get “stuck”… it falls onto the board abutting or obscuring other tiles, and the game logic comes to a screeching halt (and then freezes, etc; see above). While I don’t expect a game dev to make bug fixes his full time job, I do expect a paid app with critical failures to be resolved. Five stars for intent, but one star for a fabulously failed execution.

Kindle 4 iPhone ,

Needs fixes

The game itself is very fun. The missing star: the app crashes and you have to do a hard reset to start playing again. Also, when the game starts, a player goes through 7 or 8 tiles with a starting count of 5? You haven’t made one play yet! So, hit the restart hand button— or you’ll be behind by 80 points.

App Privacy

The developer, Scott Slocum, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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