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Mexican Train Dominoes



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Click the "Continue" button to start your game.

Simply place the dominoes in order following on from the "Mexican Train" located at the top of the screen.

Left click on any tile to rotate it.

If you place down a double, then you will need to cover it. If you can't do that draw another domino. If you can't make a move draw another domino.

The idea of the game is to be the player with the lowest score at the end. Losing a round is less important than losing the game.

At the end of each round the total number of pips is added up to their current score. It must be noted that double blank tiles are worth 50 points.

For more complete rules you can refer to the tutorial inside the game.




















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