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About this game

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 final score.
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May 24, 2023

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1.57K reviews
Raymond Conner
December 18, 2023
It's a great game, with real authentic sound effects. As a dominologist from way back I really appreciate this game! I believe the game is fun but can be predictable on the computers part. Sometimes I think the computer should have taken obvious points that were available instead it seems it doesn't recognize or it used a different strategy. Also sometimes it's hard to what a end domino is because it's covered by the my dominoes or the computers dominoes. But of course I can count what's there.
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Randy Boyd
October 6, 2022
Plays standard at dominoes without incessant annoying ads like all the other domino apps. I'll list some problems. On my mobile the tiles run under the racks when most are played. Not a problem on my tablet. Each play requires dragging a tlle out and releasing it. Sometime the release is not where intended and there is no redo option. It keeps a history page that cannot be reset. But I keep using it because it's easy and friendly.
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Cathie Vishnevsky
March 27, 2021
I've not played dominoes before (with real rules,I mean), so this is a great starting point! It's simple, plus you get help with the points calculation. No ads so far either (!) The only problem I have is I can't see the point total on the far side of the game because the opponent's unplayed tiles cover it up! Not being exactly clear on all the adding rules, this is a problem for me. Even so, I'm enjoying it so far!
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