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Domino Man

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Platform: Arcade
Tags: Action, Arcade
Developer: Midway


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Domino Man review

Reviewed October 20, 2010

aschultz says: "The heck with Jumpman fighting Donkey Kong for a woman--I'll take Domino Man's balding, emotional protagonist fighting society for his art. All the poor guy wants to do is build up domino chains in a city block, a golf course, and a construction zone, but the people and animals around keep knocking down his work. A frumpy washerwoman, a drunk on a golf cart, various construction workers--and time itself, in the form of a clock that walks, err, clockwise around the screen--conspire to keep..."
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