Domino Touch HD
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A traditional and excellent board game that you can carry anywhere and play anytime!
Domino Touch HD for the iPad was one of the apps present at the launch of the AppStore for the iPad, after being completely redesigned and adapted to this new gadget.
It’s a classic that will bring you all the fun! This 1.1 version is similar to playing in an actual Domino table, because you cannot see the dominoes of your opponents, it’s a more interesting way to play and to try your best strategies. You can choose to play against 1, 2, or 3 virtual players.
The first round will be started randomly by whoever has the highest domino, and that person will do the first move with any of its dominoes. The limit can be set to 100, 250, or 300 points, and the winner will be the person who reaches or surpasses the number established. This mode is the one used in international Domino competitions.
It was created with an elegant design, providing the player with a pleasant and comfortable visual aesthetic, making the player feel he has been transported to a professional table. For all ages. It’s an excellent entertainment option for those familiar with the game, and a way to develop their skills for those who are beginning to enjoy board games.
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What's New in Version 1.1
- Added sound effects
- Autorotation of the interface
Needs Additional Games
Runs quickly and smoothly with appealing graphics and sound FX. Could use more game modes to go along with the Classic version. If you have both numbers to choose from it needs the option to play either end like in the free version. It's fun but could be even better.
Nice app; needs lots of work
This app has a nice clean interface. It's nice and quick, very responsive.
It also appears to feature a lot of what appear to be boundary bugs.
For instance, if I tap double-five as an opening move, before the computer has been dealt all of its tiles, I get a second play for free.
Also, if I tap the screen (not necessarily my next move) before the computer's tile has finished playing, that tile might end up just about anywhere. This problem is almost inevitable if your fingers hover too closely over the screen; easy enough to avoid, I suppose, but it shouldn't happen.
There are other and more functional domino apps. This one has potential, but for now I rate it two stars.
This game is beautifully done. I've had no crashes at all. No errors. User interface is well-done. I'd recommend to anyone who likes to play dominoes. Good for kids learning math.