Hex Domino - Wooden Game

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Contents:

63 hexagonal pieces
These are divided into six equal triangular fields, and depending on which piece, are marked with one to five points or blanks.
The set of pieces consists of:
1 starting piece with six scoring–fields
62 main pieces with scoring- and blank-fields (6 pieces has only one scoring-field and five blank-filed and are called end pieces)  

Preparation

The starting piece is put into the center. The other pieces are mixed face down. Each player pulls 7 pieces, the

remainders pieces  forming a pack.
The players uncover their pieces so they cannot be seen by the other player(s).

This game can be paled in several ways:

Basic Dominos

Subject of the game:

To be the first to lay all his pieces, or to have the lowest number of pieces in one's own pack at the end of the game.

Playing the game:

The players lay down one piece in turns, this piece is renewed from the pack which is eventually used up. Pieces can only be laid with fields joining up with fields of the same score, blank fields may border only on blank fields. If a player does not have a playable piece, a new one is taken from the pack. If this cannot be played then a further piece is taken. If this again cannot be played then the player misses his turn and it is the next player turn.

The end of the game:

This is when all pieces have been laid or if none of players can make a legal move.

The winner:

The player with the lowest number of points on his remaining 
pieces is the winner after each player's points have been totaled up.

Variations:

Put the tiles according to the rules into special shape (single player puzzle as well)

 

 

Advance Dominos

Subject of the game:

To be the first to lay all his pieces, or to have the total lowest score on the pieces in one's own pack at the end of the game.

Playing the game:

The players lay down one piece in turns, this piece is renewed from the pack which is eventually used up. Pieces can only be laid with fields joining up with fields of the same score at least two fields must match (except each player first turn).Blank fields may border only on blank fields. 
If a player does not have a playable piece, a new one is taken from the pack. If this cannot be played then a further piece is taken. If this again cannot be played then the player misses his turn and it is the next player turn.

The end of the game:

This is when all pieces have been laid or if none of players can make a legal move.

The winner:

The player with the lowest number of points on his remaining pieces is the winner after each player's points have been totaled up.

 

Good Luck 



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