It should be possible to logically asses where a domino goes, even if you have to calculate a couple of moves ahead. Too many of the puzzles in this game have a LOT of trial and error, often requiring you to work out the whole board via guess work instead of using only logic
A rare improvement of the classic "Dominosa" puzzle. 1) Puzzles do NOT have multiple solutions. 2) Player can mark individual edges separating two numbers rather than being forced to place an entire domino at once. 3) Other board shapes besides the typical n/n+1. Several other similar apps in the play store have none of these three advantages. Dominosa by AKA Games, Dominosa by Tapps games both have invalid puzzles with multiple solutions and do not allow the placement of edges, only complete dominos -- and only n/n+1 boards. The Dominosa game contained within Simon Tatham's Puzzles has unique puzzles (unlimited and any size board) and can mark edges, but is limited to n/n+1 boards.
Great fun I have played every level and completed each one of them. I have loved playing this game, the game does deserve 5 stars but I gave it 4 because, now that I have completed each level in all of the groups, there isn't much more I can do, as there isn't anyway of going back and improving your time on the levels, or resting the game to start again, if either of these were an option, then I would give the game 5 stars.
Needs attention to detail I like the concept of what this game is but it has some design flaws. Orientation of the dominoes has to be correct for the player to properly determine the correct answer but it is inconsistent in this game. For example, on puzzle 25 you can't win. The lower left portion has one piece of a 4 sticking out so it only has one possible solution (it should go with the 2 attached to it). However, the 2 isn't oriented correctly so it isn't right. I thought 6's were vertical on dominoes, not horizontal.
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A collection of brain teasing puzzles - Draw lines, slide blocks & rotate pipes.