Domino 3D

Domino 3D 1.3

Challenging variant of the classic Dominos

Domino 3D is a good, trial version game only available for Windows, that belongs to the category PC games with subcategory Board Games (more specifically Domino). View full description

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Domino 3D is a good, trial version game only available for Windows, that belongs to the category PC games with subcategory Board Games (more specifically Domino).

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Domino 3D is available for users with the operating system Windows 98 and former versions, and it is only available in English. The game version is 1.3 and its last update was on 12/07/2006.

Since we added this game to our catalog in 2006, it has achieved 4,522 downloads, and last week it achieved 2 downloads.

Domino 3D is a relatively light game that does not require as much storage than many games in the section PC games. It's very heavily used in some countries such as Egypt, Spain, and Indonesia.

The Domino 3D is challenging variant of classic Domino. 10 games were included into this package: Draw Game, Goat, Block Game, Sebastopol, All Fives, All Threes, All Fives and Threes, Muggins, Bergen and Double Bergen. The Draw game is the easy game with dominoes. The Goat is very popular in Russia. Block Game, also known as Block Dominoes, is very simple domino game, and among the most familiar. Sebastopol (or "The Star") is similar to Block Game in that there is no drawing from the boneyard but there are four open ends rather than two. All Fives plays much like Draw Dominoes, except that the goal of the game is not just to go out, but to make the open ends of the layout add up to 5 (or a multiple of five).

All Threes is similar to All Fives, the main difference that scoring is based on multiples of 3 rather than 5. Muggins plays much like Draw Game, except that the goal of the game is not just to go out, but to make the open ends of the layout add up to 5 (or a multiple of five). Bergen plays much like Draw Game, except that the principal object of the game is to score points, by getting the same suit at both ends of the layout. Double Bergen plays much like Bergen, except that there are four open ends rather than two. You play against one, two or three computer opponents. It offers sound, a lot of different colors of background, and domino sets.