Domino Games with Pattern Scoring
In some domino connecting games the main aim is to score by forming various types of pattern in the layout. There are separate index pages for games where points are scored for making open ends equal or making the end total a multiple of five or three in which players score for playing a tile that places equal numbers on two or more of the open ends of the layout.
This page page lists traditional and invented domino games on pagat.com where the aim is to score for other types of pattern, for example by playing a tile whose ends touch and match more than one previous tile, or by creating a repeating pattern, or by playing doubles, or by establishing chains of continually increasing or decreasing numbers, or by creating an enclosed space in a network.
|Broadway||4||[6:6]||connecting:network equal end matching|
|Domino Bead Game||2–4||[6:6]×2||connecting:network other matching rules|
|Domino Roads||3, 4||[6:6]×2||connecting:disconnected match dice equal end matching|
|Dominoes Freecell Solitaire||1||[6:6] [9:9] [12:12]||connecting:disconnected solitaire other matching rules|
|Dominoes-Matrix||2–5||[6:6] [9:9] [12:12]||connecting:network matador matching|
|Klondike dominoes||2–4||[6:6]||connecting:grid equal end matching|
|Network dominoes||2–5||[6:6]||connecting:network equal end matching|
|Peaks and Pits||2–5||[6:6] [9:9]||connecting:line equal end matching|
|Sedma Dominoes||4||[6:6]||connecting:arm equal end matching|
|Streets and Avenues||2–4||[9:9] [12:12]||connecting:grid equal end matching|
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 other families to which the game belongs.