In Sengoku Domino (?????), you want to dominate two regions of the battlefield to win. Each region of the battlefield is resolved in turn, so you must fight in them one at a time by placing domino tiles that represent your army's strength.
At the start of the game, each player shuffles their colored domino army tiles face down, then draws a hand of five tiles, keeping them behind their screen. On a turn, each player reveals one domino, with the strength of a domino equalling the summed numbers on it. Whoever played the weakest domino places it into the region first, then the player of the next weakest domino places that, etc. In the case of a tie, the tied dominos are placed after all other dominoes that turn.
Whoever first wins two regions wins the game. If in a four-player game each player wins one region, then the tie is broken by whoever won the most rows and columns.
Description taken from BoardGameGeek.
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