In the best-selling family classic, you are a king seeking new lands to expand your kingdom. But be careful, other kings will try and claim these profitable lands too!
Kingdomino reinforces focus and attention, maths (great for times tables and single/double digit addition) and visual perception skills and was crowned Game of the Year in 2017!
The object of the game is to build a 5 x 5 grid by connecting your dominos with matching terrains. There are six different terrains, including: wheat fields, lakes and forests.
Each turn, connect a new domino to your existing kingdom, making sure at least one of its sides connects to a matching terrain type already in play. The order of who picks their domino first depends on which tile was previously chosen. The higher number tiles will have more crowns, but will mean you pick last in the next turn!
To score, you’ll need to make sure you have crowns in your terrains. Multiply the numbers of matching terrains by the number of crowns to find out your score!
When you have completed your 5 x 5 grid, or you can’t place your final tile, the game ends. Highest score wins and rules the kingdom!
Contents: 4 starting tiles; 4 3D castles; 48 dominoes; 8 wooden Kings in four colours.
Manufacturer Recommended Age 8+
Play Time 15 minutes approx.
Standard delivery £3.45 (Large Letter size £2.75). Free Delivery on orders over £30
We love playing this game. It is well designed and good quality. My wife and I like to play it (in particular the larger 7x7 version you can do with 2 players). With our young son it plays fast enough to keep him engaged, and allows him to employ a simple strategy that is still effective. Also a bonus of addition and multiplication when adding up the scores at the end is good practice. A big plus is that for most games everyone can win in so far as getting the most of at least one type of land cover (rather than worrying about the single overall score). Highly recommend.
Good game, good delivery
Don't know what else to say, the game is great and I am thoroughly enjoying playing it. One problem, the dominoes are kind of hard to shuffle easily but other than that I would definitely recommend for people who are waiting on that one friend who's always late.