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Domino Block: Free Online Dominoes Game

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This is a beautiful Dominoes game where you attempt to block the other player or players. This game can be played by two to four players. Domino Block is simple and a great way to introduce children to the game.

  • Match the tiles with the same number of dots.
  • Play all of your tiles before the others, with the least possible moves.
  • The first player that reaches the chosen number of points wins the game.

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Children and adults can play this free online dominoes game by clicking in the window below.

Alternatively kids and parents can play this dominoes game for free as a web application here.

Classic Dominoes Game Online Play Instructions

How to Play Dominoes

  • Each player is given seven dominoes.
  • The objective of the game is to have the least pips on your remaining dominoes than their opponents at the end of each round. Pips are the number of dots on a domino.
  • Match an open ended number on the board with one from your hand.
  • Starting the Game
    • Click on the wooden play button on the welcome screen to start the game.
    • Select the number of players from two to four.
      • The computer will play all other players in the match.
      • Each player is dealt 7 dominoes.
      • Dominoes have 2 sides and each side can range from 1 to 6 or be a blank space / zero.
    • Select your point goal.
      • The more points, the longer the game tends to run.
      • This game allows you to set a goal of 100, 150, or 200.
    • Your local web browser saves your game progress automatically.
      • If you play again you can start where you left off by clicking the double arrow button, or start fresh by clicking the single arrow button.
  • Game Controls
    • Click on a domino to select and play it.
    • The computer will highlight possible dominoes you can play with a yellow outline.
      • If you don’t want this selection feature, you can switch it off by clicking on the lightbulb button at the top.
    • Your points are shown alongside your dominoes.
  • Dominoes Rules & Game Play
    • The player with the highest number domino piece plays first.
      • For example, a double six is the highest.
      • The highest domino piece is played.
    • The next player matches one of the dominoes if possible.
      • For example, if there is a six on the board and you have a six, you can play this piece.
      • You can only play the open ends. There are only ever two open ends.
      • If you can’t make a match of dots to a piece on the board, you pass.
    • The round ends when no a player runs out of tiles or one can make a move.
      • The winner of the round is the player with the least pips remaining.
    • The rounds continue until the target number of points are reached.
  • Scoring Points
    • At the end of each round, the player with the least number of pips remaining receives points from the other players.
      • The winner of the round gets the total number of pips remaining from each player, minus their own remaining pips.
      • If you win and have two pips remaining and your opponent has ten pips remaining, then your receive eight points.
  • Strategy
    • Whichever number you hold the most of is your strong suit. A suit is a number of pips. A piece with two sixes belongs to one suit, namely six, whereas a piece with a six and a three belongs to two suits, six and three respectively.
      • Play your strong suit first. Your opponent will likely have fewer of these pieces, making it harder for them to match.
    • Your opponent will likely play their strong suit, too. If possible, play a piece that will block them. For example, if your opponent opens with a double six, six should be their strong suit. If you have the option, you’ll want to avoid leaving a six on an end.
    • You want to play on every turn and avoid having to pass. You’ll be less likely to pass if you hold many different suits. When playing your strong suit or any other suit for that matter, consider what will leave you the most options.
    • If you notice some players are getting skipped on a particular number keep leaning into using your dominoes which can leave that number at the end of the pile. And if you think the game is about to be stuck from nobody being able to lay any more tiles then you want to lay the tiles with the highest pip count on them so you have fewer pips left in your hands. Getting rid of your highest number dominoes helps you 2 different ways:
      • It makes you more likely to have the lowest remaining number if all players can not lay.
      • It makes your opponent score fewer points if they do beat you.

Trivia Time: Dominoes Tile Games and Domino’s Pizza

Some people spell the word dominoes without the E in it, though the correct version of the word has the e. Each month roughly 100,000 people look for dominoes games (rules, sets, playing, etc.) online and about 80% of searchers spell it the correct way.

Roughly 1 in 10 search queries are misspelled in spite of popular search engines like Google and Bing offering search autocompletion tools. The ratio for this game is double that. And the reason spelling errors are more common for this game is the famous pizza chain which over 20 million people search for monthly. The brand awareness of the large pizza chain which is hundreds times more popular than the game dictates how many people believe the tile-based board game is spelled.

Do You Want a Piece of Pizza?

The pizza chain was founded in 1960 by Tom and James Monaghan. The company sells an average of 3 million pizzas a day across 17,800 stores in 90 countries. Someone sure makes a lot of dough.

Domino’s Pizza went public in in July of 2004 at $14 a share and in July 2021 their shares traded at $463.48, for a gain of over 3,250% in 17 years. Alternatively stated … someone sure made a lot of dough. 😀

Yo! Noid: a Surprisingly Fun Game

The gaming industry crashed in the early 1980s as a lot of Atari games were bad. Millions of cartridges were buried. Back in the late 1980s and early 1990s many companies once again created video games as part of their marketing mix. McDonalds had multiple Famicom & Nintendo games (Donald Land & M.C. Kids) while Domino’s had a jumping platform game named Yo! Noid which was released in 1990. The Yo! Noid game was well enough received a fan made a sequel in 2017 as part of a game jam.

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Free Domino Block 2 to 4 Player Game Screenshots

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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support

This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.

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