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Double 18 Dominoes - Color Dots

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Double 18 Dominoes - Color Dots
For one to a whole lot of players! This 190-piece dominos set allows for more players. Double 18s are used primarily for REALLY BIG party games, for large groups of players, and also for expanded games of Chickenfoot and Mexican Train with more players. They have uniform-sized and brightly color-coded pips. The set is packaged in a heavy-duty, black vinyl case with a snap lock closure. Professional size dominoes measure 2" x 1" x 5/16". Rules are included to eight popular, fun games: Moon, 42, 84, Straight Dominoes, Solitaire, Chickenfoot, Mexican Train, and Super Dominoes. For 1 to 16 players ages 6 and up.

Warning: Choking Hazard WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

For 1-16 players, Ages 6 and up

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4.0

More Dots, More Fun

By HunyBuny

from Pittsburgh PA

About Me Avid Dominoe Player

Pros

  • Can Withstand Use
  • Easy To Play
  • Entertaining
  • Fun
  • Interactive

Cons

  • Visually Confusing

Best Uses

  • Adults
  • Children
  • Family

Comments about Double 18 Dominoes - Color Dots:

Our family has played dominoes for many years. We started out with Double 12's and Double 15's and now have moved to Double 18's. We have all of the accessories that are offered to play dominoes and sometimes have over a dozen people playing at one time. The double 18's are perfect for large groups. Our only complaint is that some of the dots are very close in color and that makes it difficult to differentiate one from another, especially for those of us whose eye sight isn't as good as it once was.

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