Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is the difference between DOMINO 32 and traditional dominoes?
    The so-called traditional dominoes, introduced from China to Europe less than 300 years ago, have 28 pieces; each one different from the other. They are the combinations of two numbers selected from 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6.
    Our DOMINO 32 is based on original system dated back to several thousand years ago. There is no 0 in our system. We have 32 dominoes in 16 pairs, which then can form a 4x4 matrix. Furthermore, we have gold and silver decks, each has 32 dominoes.
    Please read our #1985 DOMINO 32 Card Games [DOMINO 32 & DOMINO 64] description booklet to find out our fascinating designs, completely different from traditional dominoes!
    The upcoming #2185 DOMINO 32 Tiles Games has a rules-handbook with detailed history research on domino systems!
  2. Any hint for the puzzles shown on page 14, Games description and rules, #1985 DOMINO 32 Card Games [DOMINO 32 & DOMINO 64]?
    2, 4 or 6 for a pair of kissing dragons; 1, 3 or 5 for a pair of loving dragons.
  3. Can #1985 DOMINO 32 Card Games [DOMINO 32 & DOMINO 64] be used to play Pai-Gow or Tien-Gow?
    Yes, one deck of DOMINO 32 Cards, either 'gold deck' or 'silver deck', is sufficient to play Pai-Gow/Tien-Gow. Cards replace tiles, that's all; much easier to handle, too.
  4. How about the Tibetan 'Bagchen' game?
    #1985 DOMINO 32 Card Games [DOMINO 32 & DOMINO 64]set can be readily used to play 'Bagchen', the most mystic and popular game in Tibet, China. Both decks, gold and silver, should be mixed together to have a set of 64 cards in 'Bagchen'. Again, cards replace tiles, everything else is the same in 'Bagchen' plays.
    Actually, 'Bagchen' is a DOMINO 64 game!
    Furthermore, one can use TWO decks of Gold DOMINO 32 cards (64, altogether) to play 'Bagchen'; or TWO decks of Silver DOMINO 32 cards.

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