The MacBook Pro’s Retina display screams play me, so it’s a shame not all Mac games– even the classics– are available to take advantage of the crisp, bright display. So what? Fun is fun.
Domino Is Better Digital
I played all the major board games when I was young, and some of them, including my entire domino collection, made it with me to adulthood.
Domino for the Mac continues the domino tradition with beautiful graphics and multiple styles of domino tiles and tables, sixes or nines, and some classy background music.
Domino has four tabs across the top of the screen. Click New Game for a new game of domino. Click settings for a variety of games. Click instructions to learn how to play domino or check the rules to arbitrate a conflict.
In dominoes the player who places all tiles on the table is declared the winner, but there are a few tricks to help you compete.
Multiple domino tile styles make it more interesting than the old black dominoes with white dots.
The latest version of Domino gives more control to moving tiles, and the User’s Guide makes it easier to learn the ins and outs of domino play.
Domino handles multiple players well, and easily provides hours of fun on a Mac (free trial, only $4.95), but I’d really like an easier way to handle multi-player games online.