Developer: DoraLogic

Current Version: 1.5

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 59.4 MB - Download


Place tiles which have a number of pips that matches one of the exposed ends of the chain. If you have no such tiles you have to draw from the boneyard one tile at a time until new one may be played.

After placement player will get points if the sum of pips at the exposed ends of the chain is a multiple of five (5,10,15,20,etc).

At the end of the round player also scores points for all the pips remaining in the opponent's hand rounded to the nearest multiple of five.

Winner is the first player who reach the score of 150 points.


Release Notes:

New game options.
Increased loading speed.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.5
Review by BubbaBoBobBrain777

Good with one important glitch - Fun game the is easy to learn and understand. One glitch is highest double is not always played first. I have had the double six a number of times and the computer player will be allowed to go first with a double one or two. Annoying problem, but still a problem. Still, a very good way to learn the game .

Found helpful by 12 out of 14 people
Version 1.1
Review by Amazed X

Needs Software Debugging Attendation - I've been playing the iPhone & iPad version of this same game for years & they are very enjoyable. This version for the Mac is very buggy. The computer play at times just reduces its dominos displayed & records same score count as player just scored. It is clear that much more debugging is required before this version is ready for usage.

Found helpful by 8 out of 9 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.5
Review by Wesley McGowan

Fun but computer play is not realistic - I like playing dominos and this ap needs updating! It is not realistic to have an opportunity to count with double 5 and the computer elect to play a domino that does not count or make any sense to play. The computer does not require highest double to be played at beginning of game. I would like to purchase the ap but if the paid version make the same choices of plays I mentioned above I will continue playing the free version. I win 99.9 percent of the games due to bad computer play. FIX IT!

Found helpful by 8 out of 10 people
Version 1.5
Review by XLCR78

passing the time - Grow up playing dominoes and this style is called french dominoes, enjoy playing, would like to see the regular dominos i am used to that does not go in four corners also how do i play another player, online or on my computer? Good game. thanks.

Found helpful by 5 out of 5 people
Version 1.5
Review by RetiredPostalWorker

Fun game! - This version of dominos is great as the pieces are big and for older people you can see the numbers. The rules are always handy and it is very easy to play.

Found helpful by 5 out of 7 people
Version 1.5
Review by Whoreallycares3333333

It’s…dominoes - I agree with previous reviews. The highest double doesn’t always play first, the computer is not very skilled, and it really would be nice to turn off the point counter so we are forced to do the baby math. Otherwise it works fine and there are no issues. Decent free game.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people
Version 1.5
Review by brnforce

Finally a dominoes game that is the way I used to play in the military. - This game is a great time, and the free version is very fun. The only thing that isn’t perfect about the free version is that you can’t disable nickels. Glad I tried this one.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people