Dominos Game by Moulin Roty
DOMINO GAME BY THE FIRESIDE MOULIN ROTY
A game to take along for the evening in the forest: the classic domino with 28 blue pieces to practice observing, counting and associating numbers during long games!
Rules of the game of dominoes By the fireside Moulin Roty
Each child takes 7 dominoes, the remaining dominoes constitute the draw pile.
The player with the highest domino starts, and places that piece in the middle of the table.
The next player looks in his game for a domino corresponding to one or the other number of the domino already placed.
The players thus play one after the other, the goal being to associate the dominoes.
If a player does not have a matching domino, he draws.
If he draws a good domino, he puts it down, otherwise he passes his turn.
The first player to run out of dominoes wins.
If the game is deadlocked, the player with the fewest points on the remaining dominoes wins.