Tri-Ominos Game

Tri-Ominos Game Rules

Tri-Ominos Game Instructions

Average Price: $12.00
Playing Time: 30 - 45 min.
Ages: 8+
Players: 2 - 6

Tri-Ominos will get the whole family involved and will give you fun entertainment for hours. The game is as easy as matching numbers with numbers that are listed on your Tri-Ominos. Sound easy? Try again! While strategy is not necessary, it can be a huge part of Tri-Ominos.

Players match numbers from their Tri-Ominos or draw from the "well" until a match is found. Each Tri-Omino pulled from the "well" docks you points but will be rewarded once discarded. Closing a hexagon or building a bridge will earn Tri-Ominos players as many as 50 bonus points. Give Tri-Ominos a try tonight and see who can become the Tri-Ominos champion.

Be the first player to score 400 points. Each game consists of several rounds.

You'll find inside of Tri-Ominos 56 Tri-Omino tiles and the the Tri-Ominos rules and instructions.

Tri-Ominos Game Rules:
Please keep in mind that the official Tri-Ominos party rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions on how to play Tri-Ominos.

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Darlene says:

Yes, when picking from the well. You pick till you have one that will play.
Bill says:

Lets say Iím over 400 and the other person goes out with 350. Add 25 bonus points and 34 from my remaining tiles. They end up with 409 while I ended with 450. Who wins? The rules say if both reach 400 during the round, the person who goes out wins. I sat the other person didnít reach 400 DURING the round. Who wins?
Rich says:

We usually play the game with 4 people. When drawng from the well we stop at 5 tiles which gives everyone a fair advantage.
Marshall says:

I have the same question.
Paul says:

Once there are no picks available in the well and the board is blocked, the person with the fewest number of tiles remaining wins the round, but who wins if there are 2 players with the same number of tiles remaining?
Paul says:

Does one continue to pick from the well until a match is found?
Mia says:

You keep all you pick from the well
Diana says:

After you have found a match from the well do you return the unmatched tiles to the well?
Lynn says:

If you pick from the well do you keep the tiles in your hand
Denise says:

Question: If your play matches one side of an adjacent tile, but the number on the open end (angle), does not match the other numbers in the 'hub,' is this allowed?
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