The game of Dominoes is a timeless classic that has evolved over centuries, with roots tracing back to ancient China.
Believed to have originated in the 12th century, Dominoes has captivated players across the globe with its blend of strategy, skill, and a dash of luck.
The game features a standard set of 28 domino tiles, each divided into two squares and adorned with a unique combination of pips (dots).
The tiles are further distinguished by the presence of doubles, tiles with identical values on both squares.
Each player is dealt 7 tiles. The starting player will be determined by who has the highest double, or in the absence of doubles, the heaviest tile, determined by the sum of pips on both squares.
The opening player can start with any of the tiles.
From this point, players take turns strategically placing tiles, aiming to deplete their own hand while hindering their opponent's progress.
The primary objective is of Dominoes is to accumulate fewer pips than your opponent when the round ends.
Our version of the game introduces two game modes: Draw and Block.
Each offering distinct challenges and strategic possibilities, providing players with a versatile and engaging experience.
In both game modes, when neither player can make a move or when one player exhausts their tiles, the round concludes.
At the end of each round points are awarded as follows:
|Check out our new app
Click the icons or scan the QR code with your phone [ ? ]For iPhones - unlock you phone, open up the camera and hold it close to the QR code. For Android - if you don't have a QR Reader app - visit the site from a mobile web browser and click the banner!