Double 9 Color Dot Dominoes in Collectors Tin (styles will vary)
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- Cardinal Double Mexican Train Dominoes. Packaging might be different from what is displayed
- 55 color dotted dominoes; 9 colors total
- Includes instructions
- Includes handy storage tin
- Not for children under 3 years old
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Top Customer Reviews
The Dominoes pieces are Durable, and a good size, not too small, and not too big. We made our own huge Dominoes board 2 months ago, so we play on the board, made of hard cardboard, which served the purpose.
We like this set for a few reasons. The quality is good, the size is perfect, and the dots and colors Stand-Out. My eyes are not so good at age 64, but I had no problem with this set. My daughter also thought the dots are very colorful, and big enough to see with no problems.
The Tin box is also good quality, and perfect for storage. We played several games for hours, and will again over the weekend. I like that it has many pieces, and the colors on the white background prevents eye-strain. We love this set, and plan on using it a great deal. Fun-filled, entertaining, good quality, and colorful. Highly recommended!
Review by Walter O. Koenig
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These domimoes came with a thin plastic hub to play train games which I didnt see in the description. It is a nice added bonus.Published 16 days ago by Egon
Great game, easy to learn, 7 year old learned it within minutes.Published 1 month ago by Jesse L Sperberg
nice set but hubby and I just do not care to play dominos will use them for game day at my churchPublished 1 month ago by sharonb
Just learned to play and needed a tin box for summer vacation travel.Published 1 month ago by Jean Paladini
The game did not include the instructions for playing chicken foot, which is similar, but not identical to Mexican Train. We looked up the chicken foot instructions online. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Engineer