Dominoes: Mexican Train Game
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- High Quality Double Twelve Color Dot Dominoes
- 2-8 players
- Ages 8 and up
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Mexican Train Dominoes is a popular game sometimes known as "Trains". Players work to dispense all the dominoes in their hand by playing them onto one or more "trains" emanating from a central hub. Suitable for 2-8 players, ages 8 and up.
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|Item Dimensions||9 x 2 x 8 in||3.5 x 9 x 8.27 in||8.2 x 3.8 x 8.2 in||2.36 x 8.11 x 8.11 in||9 x 8.3 x 3.5 in||8.78 x 6.02 x 1.42 in|
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It would have been better to have them placed on top, but that is a small complaint.
The plastic trays that I bought in the same order are also very useful and add to the pleasure of playing, although they seem very expensive for what they are. It cost more for 8 plastic trays than it did for the dominoes, although both are made in China. The illustration for the trays shows dominoes held vertically, but they are not very stable that way. With four rows each tray will hold 24 dominoes horizontally, which is plenty, and the slight tilt makes it easy to see all rows. I also find it is easier to see how the dominoes will fit together in a train with them lying horizontally on the tray. If price is important you might want to look at the wooden trays that are less expensive, but heavier.
We had gotten into the rut of watching TV together every evening, which isn't great quality time. Now with the dominoes we find that we can enjoy doing something that is equally relaxing, but leads to a lot more interaction and conversation. Well worth the price.