Domino Master GoldDomino Master Gold
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Reviews of Domino Master Gold
infinity | Added on: May 22, 2012
 
This is a nice little game with a good tutorial. Graphics are bright and colorful, although the screenshots are blurry. This game would be best for someone new to dominoes or for young children because the game tells you which tiles to play and where. So there’s little left for an experienced player to do! It got boring fast. There are 7 different domino games to choose from, but they are pretty similar. Even as a free game of the day, there just wasn’t enough here to hold my interest. Maybe a good game to teach counting and numbers to preschoolers.
ScreenName | Added on: November 25, 2009
 
This was the second domino game I downloaded. The first one, I trashed before 15 minutes of play. This one I purchased and glad I did. Good game to practice or to play if you have no human to play with. Definitely recommend.
kb999999 | Added on: September 25, 2009
 
I enjoy playing domino's ... this game is good to practice your moves. You are given numbered domino pieces (bones) and the goal is to get rid of them all before your challenger does. Basically, you match a numbered piece to another numbered (or blank one) and create a 'chain' - adding other pieces onto the board - 6 would be matched to another 6, ect ... Since each starting piece varies, along with your dealt pieces, each game is a very different play. Also, if you have never played before, this game will show you what pieces you have available to use and where on the board you can use them. Overall, this game is entertaining and challenging - would be good for older kids alone or played with an adult until they understood the rules.
Shilo | Added on: August 10, 2012
 
I've always enjoyed dominos, and this nifty little program offers an array of classic games and challenge levels, from Beginner to Guru. My favorite is the Straight Dominos game played at the Guru level. The computer and I average wins on about a 50/50 basis -- the real skill of dominos is knowing how to block your opponent in order to force him to draw more bones. My record is forcing the computer to draw 96 points in one round (which I've done twice.) He nailed me for 83 points in a single round once, though. Few mornings go by where I don't sit down for a few games of Domino Master Gold.