Dominion Board Game

Dominion

The ultimate game of casual deck building. Players purchase cards allowing for additional bonuses, extra money or victory points, which allows them to slowly build their personal deck of cards to victory.

Overall Rating: 8.9

Luck Strategy
Casual Intense
Complex Simple

User Reviews

14 Reviews Written for Dominion

  • Dominion has one of the smoothest and most brilliant applications of theme that I can even think of. It manages to be colorful and descriptive, yet mechanically simple and intuitive at the same time.BuddytheRatFebruary 3rd, 2014 10 Luck Strategy Casual Intense Complex Simple
  • This is a great game with multiple strategic routes. It has a nice balance of simplicity and complexity, with options that keep the game interesting.RossJMarch 23rd, 2013 9 Luck Strategy Casual Intense Complex Simple
  • My first game I picked up. Definitely easily to get friends and family to give it a try. Excellent replay value and great set of expansionsSyneonJanuary 16th, 2013 9 Luck Strategy Casual Intense Complex Simple
  • Great gateway game. Simple rules to pickup but offers a lot of replay value. Expansions add more player interaction. The base game feels somewhat like multiplayer solitaire.carbonfiber25January 15th, 2013 8 Luck Strategy Casual Intense Complex Simple
  • So much strategy and replayability lie behind some very simple rules. I've played so many games but I still want to play more. Most of the expansions add a great deal of value.LaboratoryFestivalNovember 19th, 2012 9 Luck Strategy Casual Intense Complex Simple
  • I enjoy this card game. Anyone can start playing, but it takes awhile to catch on to really learn how you can stack cards to continue playing for longer. Its difficult to decide when to go for points.JesseOctober 10th, 2012 7 Luck Strategy Casual Intense Complex Simple
  • Simply a wonderful game. Very strategic and tactical without being a brain burner. Plays quickly and is so much fun that I don't mind the lack of theme. I'll play it almost anytime I'm asked.oldhossAugust 31st, 2012 9 Luck Strategy Casual Intense Complex Simple
  • There's so much Dominion out there to play, you could devote an entire game collection just to its many expansions. An all-time classic that blends CCG's and board game mechanics in a masterful way.BenjoAugust 28th, 2012 8 Luck Strategy Casual Intense Complex Simple
  • Amazing game. Simple concept, but allowing for complex strategies. Accessible to newcomers, but high replay value. Would recommend getting an expansion or two to really mix it up.haashouseJuly 29th, 2012 10 Luck Strategy Casual Intense Complex Simple
  • The place to start for all "deck-building" games and still one of our favorites. Detractors deride the simplicity, but sometimes simple is good!nyphotJuly 24th, 2012 10 Luck Strategy Casual Intense Complex Simple
  • Draw 5, play a card, buy a card, discard, repeat. The game is that simple, but there's tons of subtlety. It created the deck building genre and with its expansions is still arguably one of the best.CunningAllusionmentJuly 24th, 2012 8 Luck Strategy Casual Intense Complex Simple
  • Pretty friendly to new players but deep enough that you still want to play 200 games later. Add expansions once your group is comfortable with the base game.m.shaftJuly 6th, 2012 9 Luck Strategy Casual Intense Complex Simple
  • Love this game. Terrific speed. Outstanding replay value. MY WIFE ACTUALLY ASKS ME TO PLAY!!! Three Thumbs Up!!SeanHeb212November 21st, 2011 9 Luck Strategy Casual Intense Complex Simple
  • One of my favorite games at the moment! Defines the deck-building genre!DarkJodoAugust 3rd, 2011 9 Luck Strategy Casual Intense Complex Simple

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