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Luzon

A very simple solitaire game for one player, which is played with a Double-Six domino set, and requires both luck and some skill to complete.  Study the exposed tiles and you'll steadily learn that some moves are better than others.

Play:

The dominoes are shuffled and then 5 columns of 5 horizontal facedown tiles are laid out.  The remaining 3 tiles are turned face-up and set to one side.  The player now turns all the tiles in the 5x5 layout face-up.

The player removes any pair of tiles on the bottom row of any of the 5 columns, that total 12.  Two adjacent tiles on the bottom two rows of a column may not be removed at the same time.  The 3 dominoes set aside may be used to make a match of 12 with any of the layout tiles at any point during play whenever the player wishes.  Should all five tiles in a column be removed, then the player may move any tile at the bottom of a column to fill the space.

Play continues until no pairs of 12 may be removed from play, or all the tiles are removed and the game is won.

 

 

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