Take A Break And Play Dominoes
Added On 11th November 2014
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Dominoes has been around for centuries. The game originated in China and is still enjoyed around the world today. It's no surprise then that this game has made it's way into the social gaming space. Playspace's Domino gives you the chance to compete for coins, gifts and have a lot of fun.
Domino is one of a number of games from Playspace. You can play for free but if you want more from the game then there's opportunities to purchase from the store. When you register with Domino for the first time then you automatically collect 100 coins. You can earn more free coins by looking at adverts, collecting offers or simply logging in daily. There's also a side slot game where you can try and win more coins too.
One thing we found a little odd is that if you've logged in to play at for example Playspace Ludo then you don't have the same account for Domino. This means that your coins from one game don't transfer to another. That's OK to a point but it'd be nice if any in game deposits could be moved from one to another.
To play Domino you need to be registered and logged in. To play a game will cost you 50 coins and you can either create your own and wait for players or join another game that's waiting for players. If you're not feeling like playing then you can always spy on what's happening at the other tables. Once a game is in play it's exactly like any other game of dominoes with the aim to get your tiles down before your opponents. The winner takes the pot of coins and the glory.
To enhance your game experience you can use coins to purchase boosts and gifts from the store. As in Ludo there's a wide range of goodies to pick up although some are restricted based on your user level. Amongst the items in store are lucky charms, badges, win boosters, ad removal options and gifts that you can give your Domino playing buddies.
We found the game to be fun and relaxing. It makes a welcome change from the hustle and bustle of bingo and slots. We like the idea that you can play for free although the option to purchase (as is popular in social gaming) is perfect for those happy to spend some pennies. Domino can be played online and also via Facebook. Apps for the game are also available at the iTunes and Google Store.
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