Kingdomino has spun off in a few interesting directions since its release, with Dragomino being just one of several new versions of the game.

This one’s aimed at younger players. The object of the game is to successfully hatch more dragon eggs than your opponents, by matching environment types on nicely illustrated, thick cardboard domino tiles.

It’s an incredibly gentle introduction to the Kingdomino concept, so wafer thin in its rules and mechanics that it can only really be recommended for very young and inexperienced players.

Even then, the premise may wear thin very quickly – with only one extra rule variant to spice up the game, it doesn’t really hold up to much repeat play.

Despite a cute theme, very high quality components and a charming aesthetic, Dragomino is likely to very quickly lose its appeal for all but the youngest players.

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