Hey PI-Fans,

It’s been a while since Dragomino, the 2021 Kinderspiel des Jahres winner  offspring of the 2017 Spiel des Jahres Winner Kingdomino has been on our shelves, but it’s back (along with it’s proud parent and relatives)!


Dragomino features gameplay similar to Kingdomino, but with gameplay suitable for younger players. At the start of a round, you reveal four domino tiles, with each domino featuring two types of landscapes. Starting with whoever has the mommy dragon figure, players draft a tile and add it to their landscape. If the newly placed tile matches the landscape of one or more adjacent tiles, then you draw an egg tile for that type of landscape and place it face up where those tiles meet. Some eggs feature a baby dragon, which is worth 1 point; others feature an empty shell, which allows you to take the mommy dragon, giving you first pick next round.


Consider yourself too old for Dragomino? There’s the original Kingdomino and it’s 5th player expansion Kingdomino: Age of Giants if you want to get your hands on the classics. Alternatively, if you want to add a bit of complexity to your games, consider Queendomino, a stand alone spinoff of the original Kingdomino or the prehistoric variant Kingdomino Origins. Couples can grab a copy of the portable sized Kingdomino Duel two player roll-and-write, complete with dry erase markers and all. There’s also the most recent addition to the family Moon River which sees Kingdomino head for the Wild West as cattle wranglers manage their herds to graze along the titular river.