Domi – Greek board game

23.80  19.20 

Domi [doh-mee] – ΔΟΜΗ is the Greek word for internal structure, which connects the separate similar or dissimilar elements of a whole or a system, the construction.

* Inspired and designed in Greece


A 2-in-1 game of domino

Ages: 3 +
1 + Players

Basic description:

Domi [doh-mee] – ΔΟΜΗ is the Greek word for internal structure, which connects the separate similar or dissimilar elements of a whole or a system, the construction.

Can you recognize all the Ancient Greek Gods and Heroes that must be placed next to their matching character to continue the structure of the game? However, you have to be careful!
If the matching character is not in the cards that you have in your hands, you will have to keep drawing cards until you find one that matches! Try to be the first that places the most matching card and stop your opponents from placing their cards before you do, so that you become the Greek legend that you always dreamt of!

DOMI” is a fun game of recognizing and combining images of numbers for kids and adults. The 28 durable cards have got vivid colors, minimalistic design and seven (7) of the most important Gods and Heroes of Ancient Greece that make game with friends and family even more interesting.

Kids are called to recognize Gods and Heroes and then place a domino card with the same character as the one that is at the end of the already placed cards. The colours on the background of every character can seem useful for younger kids, which are helped by recognizing these colours. On the back of these cards, you can see the traditional dots/points, for kids who have just started to learn the numbers. Easy to set, easy to play!


Game instructions:

Before starting the game, all cards must be mixed so nobody will know where each card is. Place all cards facing down ( you must decide which side you want to play with- figures or numbers) and mix them. Each player gets 7 domino cards and keeps them in front of him, hiding them from the other players. The rest of the cards should be placed on a pile, so that if a player cannot use one of his cards, they can draw a new one.

If the game is played with the figures, the youngest person plays first, by first placing open the card with the same figure in both squares. In case there is no such card, the next player in age plays. If the game is played with the numbers, then the first person to play is the one with the highest pair of numbers (six-six, five-five, etc). The game is played clockwise and each player should be placing a domino card that matches the last card that was played. Cards with twin figures are placed vertically to the rest of the cards.

If it is your turn to play and you have no matching cards to use, you should draw a card from the pile so that you can find one to use. If you don’t draw a new card, you lose your turn and next player gets to play.

The game ends when a player has placed all his cards or if there are no moves left. When a player has placed all his cards, tradition says they should say “Domino!” out loud (when this happens, the rest of the players have lost). When there no moves in the game, then the winner is the player with the least cards in their hands

Additional Information
Weight 0.180 kg

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