Domino Grid Games
In some recently developed domino connecting games, instead of building chains of dominoes to form arms radiating from the initial tile, the players place tiles within a predefined two-dimensional grid. The grid can take various forms depending on the game, and there will generally be a connecting rule that requires touching tiles to match.
Here is a list of traditional and invented domino grid games on pagat.com.
|Klondike dominoes||2–4||[6:6]||equal end matching pattern scoring|
|Sevens Dominoes||2, 3||[6:6]||other matching rules shedding|
|Streets and Avenues||2–4||[9:9] [12:12]||equal end matching pattern scoring|
Notes on the index
Invented games, mostly submitted by readers of pagat.com, are listed in italics.
- The preferred number of players is shown in bold. Other numbers with which it is possible to play are shown in grey.
- Western domino sets are indicated by the highest number of pips on a tile end - for example [6:6] is a standard double 6 set of 28 tiles, [12:12] is a set of 91 tiles with up to 12 pips on each end.
- Game Type
- Indicates the game's matching rule (for example 'equal ends) and objective (for example 'shedding' if the aim is to be the first to get rid of all one's tiles) and other families to which the game belongs.