What is it
Dominoes with a kingdom building twist.
In Kingdomino, you are a king seeking new lands in which to expand your kingdom.
Connect your dominos wisely to build the most impressive realm, but be careful, other kings are also after these profitable lands to win the most prestige points. The objective is to build a 5 x 5 grid by connecting matching dominos. Crowns are needed to score big!
Kingdomino is a boardgame published by Blue Orange 2-4 players / 8 years old + / 15 minutes Become the king of the dominoes by creating the largest and prestigious landscapes. Be smarter than your opponents by choosing wisely your dominoes each turn!
What our team of testers said
"This is so cool, look I have a dragon and a goldmine!" - Boy aged 8
"I won, let's play again!" - Girl aged 7
- Develops strategy and logical thinking skills
- Encourages turn taking
- Improves numeracy skills
What our experts think
This twist on the traditional game of Dominoes encourages children to use strategy and numeracy skills to win the game. Our testers were keen to play and particularly enjoyed the tiles with pictures of dragons and sea creatures.
Our testers found the instructions a bit tricky to understand and ended up searching online for a video tutorial on how to play, where all then became clear. Our younger testers needed a little assistance at times with the strategy to get points, but we found that the game was great for helping them learn these tactics. We particularly liked that the children were required to practice their addition and multiplication when scoring. The shorter gameplay was also great for keeping children engaged who otherwise might get bored in a longer board game setting.
- RRP: £17.99
- Brands: Coiledspring
- Key Features:
- No batteries required
- Toy Types: .Toys
Puzzles & games
- Types of skills developed: Cognitive
Colour, shape and pattern recognition
Logic, strategy & problem solving
Memory, concentration & attention
Numeracy, counting & money
Personal, social & emotional development
Teamwork, turn taking & sharing