Tom Canaday
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ZekeCanidae reviewed on 07 Apr 2009
I play Allgood Dominoes 4 more than I play any other game. The graphics, options, game variations, domino styles, player settings, are the most comprehensive of any domino game that I have found for the Mac. Actually it is the most comprehensive and customizable domino game I've played for Mac or PC.

Much attention to detail has gone into every aspect of the many games within the game. The way the dominoes float to the board and the placement programming is excellent. The dominoes are bright and colorful.

I play DRAW and BLOCK. Draw has the hazard of having to draw many bones before having one that can be played. That isn't a problem in Block, but block has the challenge of ending up blocked with a slew of dominoes which makes the game unpredictable. With the player skill level at medium I make it my goal to win 3 games in a row. I don't always meet my goal which makes me try harder and play more games.

There are a couple of items on my "wish list." The number one wish is for the score to be larger because it gets hard to see on my Macbook Pro with its 1920 x 1200 resolution. The other wish would be for sound. Just the simple sounds of the bones "clicking" would be a nice touch for a better experience.

There is one Domino game for the Mac that has more panache in the graphics department but it has none of the wide range of games and options available in Allgood Dominoes 4.
[Version 4.0.1]



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