Longest domino wall: German team breaks world record (VIDEO) Büdingen, Germany -- The domino wall erected and toppled by Sinners Domino Production (Germany) at the Wilhelm-Lückert-Gymnasium in Büdingen, Germany was 30 m (98 ft 5 in) long and consisted of 31,405 dominoes, setting the new world record for the Longest domino wall,
according to the World Record Academy: www.worldrecordacademy.com/.
Photo: The German-based Sinners Domino team destroy a 98-foot wall containing 31,405 bricks - setting the new world record for the Longest domino wall. (enlarge photo)
The Guinness world record for the Most people playing dominoes was set by 588 John Gray High School students who played most people playing dominoes Cayman Islandsdominoes on the school campus.
Guinness World Records also recognized the largest domino mosaic, which was 500 m² (5,382 ft²) and consisted of 1,011,732 dominoes on set of Domino Day 2008 in Leeuwarden, Netherlands.
The 49,614-brick creation vanished in the space of 30 seconds - instantly dismantling the hard work of a dozen builders, who had very carefully construction the pyramid right up until minutes before the countdown.
The Sinners Domino Production company spent weeks assembling by hand their record-breaking bid, before demolishing the lot in just seven minutes at a gym in Büdingen, West Germany.
In the process they toppled 127,141 bricks - smashing the previous Guinness world record of 49,614 toppled dominoes - as well as destroying the largest domino wall ever built, and the largest 3D pyramid ever built.