Building blocks

Design: Sebastián Rubiano

Size of the toy: 8,8 cm x 4,4 cm x 0,5 cm

Box:  18,3 cm x 10 cm x 6,3 cm

Elements Tortoise: 28 domino tiles

Recommended for children over 2 years old.


About this toy

The Domino is an all-time classic game. We wondered what would happen if you could take this to a whole new level, quite literally.

As you may notice, these tiles are different from the regular domino tiles; firstable, they are double sided and have symbols instead of dots but perhaps the most important of all differences are the six notches cut in every tile. This design allows the player to connect them in every direction and create three-dimensional structures. It was precisely this detail that inspired us to write a set of rules for the players to exploit the possibilities that these pieces offer.

Our game is just like the classic domino, it is all about matching symbols and finishing your tiles before your opponent. However there are few rules for it to work in 3D. You can find these set of rules on our website.

In Bajo, we like to create toys and games that give the player enough space to experiment and play in their own way. This domino is not an exception, beside playing  the game we created, the players can come up with their own game by adapting the rules:

Imagine a sculpture competition.
What if you assign each symbol a different effect when it’s played?
What if you get points based on the amount of tiles you get rid of?
Use your creativity to design the perfect game for you and your friends!

And finally, this set can be used just as building blocks. Have fun!

How to care for this toy?

Recycle me.
This toy and packaging is made from natural resources and can be readily recycled.

Please remove all packaging and stabilizers before giving to a child.

Do not use sharp instruments to remove the packaging.

Clean the surface of the toy using only with a damp cloth.

Please do not expose this toy to high temperatures or high humidity. The wood can bend and deform under these conditions.

We recommend adult supervision of very young children at play.

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