Check out this game if: you’re looking for an exciting and random game (and don’t mind a little conflict).
This game stands out because: ties cancel each other out. That simple mechanism in a game with random results makes this a game where you will want to stand-up and roll.
1. Easy to teach (5 mins).
2. Easy to set-up (2 mins).
3. It’s fun to watch other players get into dice feuds (and more fun to be a part of it)
4. Just enough decision making to engage players.
5. Just enough luck to take the sting out of a beating.
6. Lots of stand-up moments (where you need a specific number and only one dice left).
1. A little conflict might turn some people off (but it’s just a game, right?).
2. Lots of luck (I don’t think that’s bad, but some players don’t like luck games).
In this game you are trying to win the most money. You win money by having the most dice on a casino. You put your dice on a casino if you roll the number associated that casino (only 6 casinos for 6 sided dice). If you tie with another player for the highest amount of dice, you cancel each other out and the next highest player wins.
There is only one version of this game, but if you like this mechanism, look into Raj.
The best way to teach this game is to show and tell but be sure to hand out players their dice before you start to explain the rules. Also, make sure to mention the cancellation rule at least a hundred time (it’s important but easy to overlook).
|Number of Players||2-5|
|Inclusive (no elimination)||★★★☆☆|
Link to tutorial video on YouTube.
Link to Las Vegas on Amazon