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Cardinal Double 12 Color Dot Dominoes in Collectors Tin (Styles May Vary)
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- Everything you need to play Mexican Train
- Domino game set comes in a collector's tin perfect for storage
- The object of the game is for a player to play all the dominoes onto one or more chains, starting from a central station
- Pefect for game night, 2 or more players ages 8 and up
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|Item Dimensions||3.06 x 4.56 x 7.63 in||9 x 3.5 x 8.27 in||1.5 x 5.3 x 10.3 in||7 x 9 x 1 in||3.8 x 8.2 x 8.2 in||7.7 x 1.9 x 4.7 in|
Bring old-fashioned family fun to life with the Double Twelve Domino Set. It is an optimum idea for a family game night or party. This set comes with 91 dominoes and starter pieces in a collector's tin. The kids' domino set includes all the pieces you need to play your favorite childhood game in its traditional formats. The set is suitable for the entire family.
Are you clicking yet? Play dominoes! It isn't just one game, as many people think--there are many games and variations at many skill levels. Domino sets vary in size and complexity, according to the number of dots. This big Double Twelve set has 91 domino pieces, and each piece has from one to 12 color-coded dots at each end, or no dots (blank). The pieces can be used to play 16 different games; instructions for all the games are included. Made of a heavy white, ivory-like plastic, the pieces are 2 inches long, 1 inch wide, and .3 inch thick, and they store neatly in their case. --Richard FarrSee all Product description
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The tin isn't very thick, but it is strong enough for the tiles. The set came with the tiles, a center "station", 4 trains and instructions. The tiles come wrapped in plastic, divided up by tile which makes it easy to make sure all of them are there. They are a heavy plastic or possibly ceramic, but a good sturdy tile. They can easily be washed with water if you happen to spill on them as we did. The colors are bright and easy to read, even when in the heat of battle!
The “station” is a piece of plastic that does the job, but is not fancy by any accounts. I worry that at some point, I may have to replace it from over use, but until then, it works well. The set came with 4 brightly colored trains, however with up to 8 spots on the “station,” I will need to purchase additional trains. It would be possible to use other small objects, but that sorta defeats the purpose of the game.
The instructions give several variations of dominos which is helpful, however, they seem to be missing parts and have incomplete thoughts on them. Fortunately, Google has all the answers so we have yet to be lacking rules, but it would be nice for the set to come with complete instructions and rules.
Overall, this is a fabulous set for family fun nights! I would highly recommend this set to anyone looking for a fun few hours of dominos!
I could have lived with that, but what I couldn't live with was the missing corners chipped off on some of the pieces, and the paint on the side that would give away which domino it was (like having a marked card). The lesser complaints include the following: The paint job on some of the dots was bad. For instance, some were painted outside the dot, some were supposed to be orange but a portion of the dots on that suit were faded like watered down paint, and some had a different color on part of the dot than what was supposed to be on there. Also, my OCD got the better of me staring at a double twelve with one dot clearly smaller than the rest. These lesser complaints I could've let slide had the other dominoes not been chipped. But since we're talking about quality here, I thought I'd mention it for the sake of full disclosure for anyone else wanting details on quality.
I'm very disappointed in this set. The only silver lining is that they refunded my money and I don't have to ship them back. I guess I'll let this be the kids' set and not be too worried if they end up chipping more, but I will still need to purchase a better quality set for us adults.