About Dominoes

Dominoes is a classic board game that has attracted players around the world for centuries. With simple, easy-to-understand rules, players can easily integrate.

The game rules are simple and accessible

The basic rules of the Domino game are very simple and easy to understand with some criteria: players will be divided equally in the number of dominoes, then place them face down and take turns picking them up to join the existing domino chain. Players who do not have valid dominoes to place will give their turn to the next player. The game ends when all the dominoes have been placed or there are no more possible matches. The player with the longest chain of dominoes will be the winner.

You can play up to four people on one table. The more people in the game, the more dramatic it is. The game is not about luck, so think carefully before playing to avoid being blocked. This game not only entertains, but also trains logical thinking and observation ability. With simple rules but complex strategies, Dominoes is the ideal game for all ages and can be played anywhere, from family gatherings to competitive matches.

Long history and interesting origins

Dominoes are believed to have originated in China in the 12th century, then were introduced to Europe in the 18th century and quickly became popular worldwide. This game has many different variations with their own names and rules, but in general they use the traditional domino set of 28 dominoes.

Each domino is divided into two halves, each half marked from 0 to 6. The goal of this interesting game is to match the dominoes to form the longest possible chain.