Double 15 Color Dot Dominoes in a Collectors Tin (styles will vary)
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- 136 jumbo sized color dot dominoes
- Bright colored dots on the dominoes make game play easier
- Includes everything to play Mexican train
- The starter piece enhances game play
- Sturdy collectible tin is ideal for game storage
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- Comes with storage tin to keep all of your pieces in one place
- Perfect for family game night
- Contains 136 dominoes, 4 plastic trains, starter piece, and instructions
Double Fifteen Dominoes
Everything needed to play Mexican Train Dominoes
Bring old-fashioned family fun to life with Double Fifteen Mexican Train Dominoes.
The object of the game is for a player to play all of their dominoes onto one or more chains, starting from a central station. The first player to match all of their pieces wins.
This set comes with everything you need to play Mexican Train Dominoes: four plastic trains, 136 dominoes, starter piece, and instructions. All housed in a durable storage tin.
Spice up game night with these Double Fifteen Color-Dot Dominoes. This product features color coded spots that help to make this fun game a lot easier to follow for all players. With up to 30 spots per tile, this colored dominoes set comes packed into a sturdy game tin for easy storage, transportation and cleanup. The contents include: a starter piece to help organize the game, 136 tiles as well as detailed instructions on proper use. The double 15 dominoes are best suited for children 8 years and up. Hunker down for a basic game or enjoy the 16 included variations sure to bring laughs and excitement to the table.
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 huge Double Fifteen set has 136 domino pieces, and each piece has from one to 15 color-coded dots on each end, or no dots (blank). The pieces can be used to play 20 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 blue tin. --Richard FarrSee all Product description
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2) Nice collection of various game rules printed and folded up in the tin.
3) Also includes four tiny diecast locomotives and some vaguely octagonal thing. I think they're used for variations I haven't tried yet.
4) You can work on addition facts with any kids who can count by having them count each side of a domino and its total. Can also do subtraction by telling kids the total, showing them one side, and asking them the other side. This set is much better for this purpose than a double 6 set because you get all the basic facts. Could do the same thing with a double 9 set reasonably well but having the #+10 pieces is worth something.
I wish Cardinal also made Double 18 Dominoes!
Why spend your money on something that is flawed or give business to a company that doesn't care about its customers? Go elsewhere. Might be worth just spending extra money on a decent set of bones or buy from a local store where you can take them back if they don't meet your expectations. These things appear nice on the surface, but when you have ruined pieces you can't use it pretty much makes the whole box an overpriced paper weight.