Mexican Train gives a nice twist on the original domino game. With different colours and a common row, you now have more tactical game options. Fast to play, hours of fun. The goal of this game is to be the first to clear all your tiles, or to minimize points at the end of the game rounds. Everyone starts with the construction of a personal train. If you place a double domino on your personal train, then you must immediately place another stone. Can’t you do this? Then you grab a stone. Can you install it? Then you can. If you can’t do that, you have to put your marker on your personal train. Now your opponents may also land on your line, until you can moor again. In addition to the personal trains, a player may also start the Mexican Train if he/she has already started his personal train. A player does this by placing a tile with the same number of eyes on one side as the station tile. Anyone can add to this row, but he cannot touch the personal rows. If a player has finished his tiles, the round ends. Or if no more can be laid. Now everyone is counting the number of eyes from the remaining stones. These are the points. The person with the least points at the end of the game wins.