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Domino Run

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Price: $2.28

Rating: 2.50/5 (468 votes)


Domino Run is a puzzle game where you rearrange dominoes into the correct order and topple them all to win each level. There are special domino types to bridge gaps, destroy platforms and more. Once you've solved the levels, you can try to beat our Aim Times and match the minimum moves to be rewarded with a medal for that level. The full version includes 70 levels across 3 worlds. The levels start quite easy, but become increasingly more challenging as you progress through the game. A Lite (free demo) version is also available, which includes a selection of 20 levels from the full version. Both versions of Domino Run are available for download now from Android Market. We are currently working on versions for iOS and Windows Phone 7.

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