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Mack's Domino Parlor is a simple dominoes game which is played against a computer opponent. The registered version offers many features (outlined in the included documentation) but the shareware lacks most of them. Including, apparently, color? The docs mention different color modes and color scheme choices but the game displays in gray and black only, at least in DOSBox. This may be the first instance of a shareware game requiring registration to view the game in color?! In any case, it's a working dominoes game where each player takes turns putting dominoes down. To place dominoes you have to enter the number of dots on them (so for example, 23 would be a piece with 2 dots and 3 dots) and the number you enter first must correspond to the number you want to match with on the board. Which is a little awkward. Maybe only play this if you're desperate to play dominoes and have no other option.
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