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Blue Orange 3604 Games Kingdomino Duel, Roll & Write Board Game - Dice Rolling version of the Award Winning Strategy Board Game Kingdomino - 2 players. Recommended for ages 8 & Up

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Kingdomino Duel
  • STRATEGY TABLETOP BOARD GAME: Kingdomino Duel was inspired by one of the best-selling city or territory building board games, Spiel des Jahres winner Kingdomino. Designed by Bruno Cathala and Ludovic Maublanc, Kingdomino Duel captures the medieval theme in a Paper-and-Pencil compact and travel friendly game
  • KIDS, FAMILY OR ADULT STRATEGY GAME: This 2 player fantasy game can be enjoyed by a parent playing with their child as well as two adults. It’s an abstract board game best recommended for ages 8 & Up
  • HOW TO PLAY: Players take turns rolling 4 dice and combine their 2 selected dice to form a domino. They then draw the symbols of their domino on their sheet with at least one symbol adjacent to another of the same type. Dice feature various shields. Some shields are accompanied with crosses, acting as the crowns that facilitate scoring. If a shield doesn’t include a cross, players instead make a checkmark on a shared Spellbook sheet; if they earn enough of the appropriate checkmarks, they will earn a special ability that their opponent can no longer access.
  • Kingdomino Duel is easy to play for families enjoying other Blue Orange classic award winning board games like Photosynthesis, Planet, New York 1901. The popular Kingdomino collection now includes the stand alone Queendomino, the expansion Age of Giants and the roll & write game Kingdomino Duel
  • INCLUDES: 4 Dice, 100 Sheets Notebook (with a Map side and a Spellbook side), 2 Pencils and illustrated rules

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Style Name:Kingdomino Duel

Roll the 4 dice, choose the 2 dice you want to keep, and put them together to create your domino. Domino by domino, fill in your map while entrusting the territories of your kingdom to loyal dignitaries. Gather favors from wizards in order to cast powerful spells that will allow you to rule without having to share. Kingdomino Duel is a standalone game that preserves the essence of the acclaimed original Kingdomino. In this game, instead of adding dominoes to your kingdom, you will choose two dice to combine into a single "domino" that must then be drawn into your kingdom



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24 June 2020
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4.0 out of 5 stars Improve on packing please..
By Fiona on 14 October 2019
Unfortunate that I have to give 4 stars and not 5...nothing against the game but rather, Amazon SG didn't do quite so well this time in terms of packing this item. It was oily for some reason which I initially thought "thank goodness! just the plastic wrapping which can be removed & thrown." But I realised the box itself was oily too and needed 2 rounds of wet wipes before I could get rid of it (at least it went away). Some weird stain on the side of the box as well (refer to pic). Maybe the source/caused by the oil?
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N. Christensen
4.0 out of 5 stars Hits the sweet spot between Kingdomino and Five Tribes
3 January 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
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70 people found this helpful
Donovan L.
5.0 out of 5 stars Simple to learn game that will force difficult decisions as you learn the mechanics
31 August 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
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5.0 out of 5 stars Simple to learn game that will force difficult decisions as you learn the mechanics
Reviewed in the United States on 31 August 2017
TL;DR - Easy to learn, layers of strategy, excellent components, short play time, excellent replay value, perfect filler game between epic sessions for the heavy complexity gamers. Grab two!

Kingdomino is a really entertaining light filler game that deservingly won the 2017 Spiel des Jahres award given to the best game of the year for casual players (dedicated hobby gamers look to the Kennerspiele des Jahres for the heavier games that appear to the more addicted). It is a great entryway to tabletop gaming in a small, teachable format. The components are of high quality - Blue Orange has done a marvelous job producing this game in a manner befitting such a high-caliber experience.

The play is simple - you are building your kingdom by selecting one of three or four (depending on player count) available tiles representing one or two land types,and possibly a number of crowns. You draft the piece in turn order, but the piece you select also determines your draft order the following turn. The pieces are numbered on the back and laid out lowest to highest each turn before the draft - the player who selects the lowest numbered tile will select first the following round. When the tiles are all selected, you add them to your kingdom, keeping in mind that the maximum size for your kingdom is 5x5 and each tile is 2x1. How you place the tile is fairly simple as well - at least one of the two land types must be placed against an existing land of the same type or against your castle (effectively making your castle a wild tile). If you cannot place a specific tile, either because no matching land types exist, or it extends beyond the required 5x5 dimension, you discard the tile. When the draft pile has been exhausted, the players total their points by calculating the number of ordinal contiguous tiles of the same type and multiplying it by the number of crowns in that contiguous land mass. As you can see, crowns are critical to scoring, because even a 10 space forest has no points unless a crown exists on one of them! Adding further strategy is the land types vary significantly with the distribution of tiles and the crowns on those tiles - there are only 6 caverns, and five of them average 2 crowns - a well placed cave system can be a viable route to victory, whereas there are 26 fields but only 6 of them have crowns, and a single one at that.

Looking at the attached completed game board picture:
1. Note that there's a castle piece located in the 4th row 4th column - there is no requirement that your castle end up in the center of your kingdom.
2. Scoring the completed board starting from the top right:
A. A two square Lake scores zero points (no crowns)
B. The Swamp that begins in row 3 covers 8 squares and there are 3 crowns total, scores 24 points.
C. The Mountain range at the bottom left is two squares with four crowns for 8 points.
D. The Wheat fields starting at row 1 column 2 has 4 squares with one crown for 4 points.
E. The Pasture located on the bottom row scores zero points for two squares with no crowns.
F. The single Mountain in row 1 scores 2 points for 2 crowns in a 1x1 plot.
G. The Forest next door has zero value, as does the 2 square Lake below it, no crowns anywhere.
H. Finally the Forest at the bottom right has two squares and two crowns for 4 points

The final score for this board is: 42 points (a pretty strong score) on the power of a huge swamp with three crowns.

Diagram of the completed picture for reference:

L W W M F
L S W W L
S S S S L
M S S X F
M S P P F
(L=Lake, P=Pasture, W=Wheat, M=Mountain, S=Swamp, G=Grassland, X=Castle)

Final thoughts: I can cite nothing that I dislike about this game. It has definite replayability, and is asked for with some regularity at my home and on game day. GET A SECOND COPY and play 7x7 kingdoms, for even more challenge and a deeper level of strategy!
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Wendy
5.0 out of 5 stars Approachable, Affordable, Adorable
4 April 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
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5.0 out of 5 stars Approachable, Affordable, Adorable
Reviewed in the United States on 4 April 2017
There is great strategy in this little game. It plays quickly and is very easy to grasp, but the decision space is a good size. Kingdomino has elements of a larger, meatier game, but boiled down into a streamlined process. Turn order changes as you take stronger/weaker tiles, you can read your opponents to prevent them from getting certain tiles while weighing out if it's still good for you, you have to arrange your kingdom so you can maximize points, and the scoring system is unique. Its easy enough for kids, and decisions are plentiful enough for more serious gamers too.
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96 people found this helpful
Brad
5.0 out of 5 stars Easy to learn, short playtime, good for kids and adults.
30 December 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
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46 people found this helpful
Jimmy Crack Corn
3.0 out of 5 stars QAQC the product.
13 October 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
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3.0 out of 5 stars QAQC the product.
Reviewed in the United States on 13 October 2017
The gameplay is easy to learn and has fun strategy. The manufacturer may have some QC issues. The stickers on the domino's were pealing off before we played the first game. See image.
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