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Domination is a game itsd there a free and paid one its only on apple devices.you can sign up on there service account or login in to Facebook and have a pic.you can add your Facebook users on it.you can aslo post to twitter.I play this still and tested it here my rating 4**** out of 5 some wifi makes it saying loading but its base on Nat on your wifi username is thundercatsnyy
Here there website http://www.dominationapp.com/ which talk about the game and you can click on it from that site.here there apple link https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id537960652?mt=8
They have a twitter account
Here how to play enjoy!
2, 3 or 4 players- In a 2 player game each player
is randomly assigned 9 dominos, with the
remaining 10 in a reserve called the “boneyard”.
In a 3 player game each player is randomly
assigned 9 dominos with the remaining 1 in the
boneyard. In a 4 player game each player is
assigned 7 dominos totaling all 28 domino tiles
and 0 remaining in the boneyard.
As the game deals dominos, multipliers are
randomly distributed amongst the dealt hand.
Multipliers are color coated: orange for 2x and
red for 3x multiplication of a score. When a
muliplier domino is played and results in a
score, the score is increased by the amount of
the multiplier domino. If a muliplier domino is
played and does not result in an immediate
score, it is still considered open or active for the
next scoring play in the game. In the event one
or more multipliers are “open” and you use your
own domino to score, all values of those
multipliers are included for a larger score.
Be the first player to reach a total score of 200
points in a 2 player game, 300 points in a 3
player game and 4 player game.
PIPS: The number of dots on each domino. The
goal is to make the pips at the end of the
layout(s) or row(s) of dominoes add up to 5 (or
a multiple of 5).
SPINNER: The first double domino played in
each round of a game. When a double is first
played, all of its pips count toward the total. In
a new game the highest double assigned to any
player’s hand is the spinner and is automatically
played. In subsequent rounds the first double
laid down by any player at any point in the game
is now the spinner.
BONEYARD: The reserve or left over dominoes,
used to draw from when a player can not make
KNOCK: If the boneyard is empty and a player
can not make a play, a player may pass or
LOCKUP: When none of the players in the
current game can make a play, the board is
“locked up”. In this instance the total number of
pips on all remaining dominos for each player’s
hand is tallied up, and the player with the
lowest amount of points or pips among their
hand is the winner of all other players points.
Multipliers are also attributed to the total
number of points. To begin the next round when
a lockup occurs, the highest double assigned to
any player’s hand is the spinner and is
DOMINO: When a player uses the last domino in
their hand this signifies the end of a round. This
player is also rewarded with “backdoor points”
from the player to the right in table position. All
the player’s pips or points to the right are
tallied, including any multipliers, and assigned to
the player who played their last tile or domino
to end the round and now holds “domino”. In
addition, the player with domino begins the next
round by playing any domino they choose from
the random deal to start the next round.
Dominoes are randomly assigned based on the
number of players in a game. The biggest
double “spinner” assigned will automatically
play from that player’s hand to start the game.
Play proceeds to the left (clockwise). Each
player attempts to add a domino to an open end
of the layout or rows. If a player is unable to
make a move, they must draw dominoes from
the boneyard. If the boneyard is empty and the
player is unable to make a move, the player
The object of the game is to make the open
ends of the layout add up to 5 or a multiple of
five (5, 10, 15, 20, and on). The player who
makes such a score receives that number of
points; if a live multiplier domino is on an end
cap then the score is multiplied. At any time
there can be 2, 3, or 4 open ends. When a
double is first played, all of its pips count
toward the total.
The easiest way to learn to play or brush up on
your skills is to challenge your friends to a
game… or 10!
Hope to see you playing it and joining me on it domiNATion
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
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Monday, May 6, 2013
TAMPA, Fla. -- Alex Rodriguez is back on the field for the first time since surgery on his left hip almost four months ago.
He joined a group of injured New York Yankees starters Monday at the team's minor league complex. The 37-year-old third baseman ran, played catch and hit off a tee.
Rodriguez said it's "like being 8 years old again when I first grabbed a bat." He added it's "pretty exciting" and he's "really looking forward to getting back." Rodriguez had surgery Jan. 16 and could return to the Yankees after the All-Star break. A surgeon repaired a torn labrum and impingement in the operation in New York.
"It feels good to be back out in uniform," Rodriguez said. "It's been a rough stretch with the rehab, obviously. It's small bites at a time."
Rodriguez is currently taking part in a 30-day rehab schedule setup by his doctors and team officials.
"We're taking it four weeks at a time," Rodriguez said. "Today is one of 30."
The upbeat A-Rod signed autographs and took photos with around 40 fans waiting for him outside the player's parking lot. Fans driving by stopped their car near the complex driveway and jumped out to have photos taken.
"I have a lot of unfinished business," said Rodriguez, who struggled offensively late last season. "I'm really looking forward to getting back on the field close to 100 percent and being who I am."
Outfielder Curtis Granderson (broken right forearm), first baseman Mark Teixeira (right wrist), corner infielder Kevin Youkilis (lumbar spine sprain), and catcher Francisco Cervelli (broken hand) are also rehabbing injuries in Florida.
"It's great seeing him," Teixeira said. "He's just happy to be back, doing some baseball activities. He's got a big smile on his face right now, which is great."
Shortstop Derek Jeter is also on the disabled list with a broken ankle, and is not expected back until after the All-Star break.
"We always talk about injuries are a part of the game, but this is crazy" Rodriguez said. "I've never seen anything like it. But I've got to tell you, the way those guys are playing up there, the job the front office has done putting these guys together at the last minute, hats off to everyone."
The Miami New Times reported this year that Rodriguez bought human growth hormone and other performance-enhancing substances in recent years from Biogenesis of America LLC, a now-closed clinic in Coral Cables, near the three-time AL MVP's offseason home. Rodriguez has denied the allegations.
"I can only control what I can control," Rodriguez said. "I'm really focusing on all the great things that have happened in the game. I'm really focused on getting healthy, and just getting back and helping the Yankees win a championship."
A 14-time All-Star, Rodriguez had right hip surgery on March 9, 2009, and returned that May 8. He is due $114 million over the next five years as part of his $275 million, 10-year contract.
Jeter found out he fractured his left ankle for a second time in six months on April 18. At that time the Yankees said the team captain should be able to resume his rehabilitation when the new crack heals in about four to eight weeks.
Out since injuring his wrist with the U.S. on March 5 before the World Baseball Classic, Teixeira took batting practice in an indoor cage and hopes to start on-field BP in the next few days.
"I'm very, very happy with where I am right now," Teixeira said.
Granderson, who broke the arm Feb. 24 in his first at-bat of spring training when he was hit by a pitch from Toronto's J.A. Happ, is playing in extended spring training games and expected to rejoin the team this month.
Youkilis is eligible to come off the 15-day disabled list on May 13. Cervelli broke his hand April 26 and is expected to miss at least six weeks.
Sunday, May 5, 2013
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Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Netflix series Hemlock Grove: 'People want their horror horrific,' says Eli Roth
Cabin Fever and Hostel director hopes his new 13-part online-only show will 'fuck up an entire generation' Eli Roth's appearance at the MipTV conference to promote his new 13-part TV series Hemlock Grove ended with a big-screen showing of its gory werewolf transformation scene.
Roth beamed throughout the scene, as eyeballs popped out and entrails were wolfed down. But he spent plenty of time smiling beforehand while talking about the show, whose 13 episodes will debut simultaneously on Netflix on 19 April.
As the auteur of the Cabin Fever and Hostel films, Roth is no stranger to horror. Hemlock Grove's roots go further back and furrier, though.
"For me, when I saw American Werewolf in London, there was nothing that freaked me out more than that," Roth told the MIPTV audience.
"That howling visceral transformation... For this, we wanted something that would be beautiful and horrific, but which would fuck up an entire generation."
Hemlock Grove is based on a book by Brian McGreevy, with Roth saying the manuscript that convinced him to take on the project reminded him of a "very dark, monstrous Twin Peaks", although he later joked that where that show focused on who killed Laura Palmer, "this is more what killed Laura Palmer!"
Judging by the two trailers released so far, Hemlock Grove is certainly gorier than anything you'd expect to see on traditional US television, but Roth said its content is in tune with wider trends on cable TV networks and in cinemas. You can see that people want their horror horrific. With The Walking Dead getting 12.5 million viewers, Evil Dead just opened at number one in the box office … People want stories like this," he said.
"They want their violence in Game of Thrones. What you're seeing is a real shift ... You wanna see the sex and you wanna see the killing and the violence. You want the murder to be scary and horrible!"
The knowledge that fans will be able to binge-view Hemlock Grove when it debuts on Netflix influenced the production process, freeing Roth from requiring "the scare of the week or the monster of the week" in each episode.
Actress Famke Janssen, who stars in the show and appeared alongside Roth at MipTV, also praised the decision to make every episode available on the premiere date.
"The wonderful thing about how this has put on by Netflix is it's up to the viewer's discretion how and when they want to watch it," said Janssen, a fan of Netflix's previous original series House of Cards.
"It's really nice, and it gives you a flow that you miss in the traditional way of watching television on a weekly basis."
Roth sees a big market for the show globally, claiming that his fans "have been waiting for me to dive into something that would be week-to-week", and suggesting that there's a huge audience for horror that goes beyond national boundaries.
"The horror fans are there globally and the appetite is so strong for this type of material," he said.
"I don't just want this to be a hit on Netflix in America. I want the show to become a global phenomenon, because horror is one of the few areas where you can really appeal to a worldwide audience."
At this point, Netflix has only commissioned those first 13 episodes, but Roth is already thinking about a second season that will unlock more of the mysteries of Hemlock Grove, including its White Tower – a creepy focal point for the first season.
"I can think of endless horrible things to do to people! It's like the White Tower becomes my brain," he said, before promising that one mystery in particular from the werewolf transformation trailer may also be solved.
"In season two you're gonna figure out how the eyes grow back. I've already planned that."
• This story was amended on 10 April 2013 to replace Game of Thrones with House of Cards as Netflix's previous original series