Twenty four unique dice
This would almost be considered a set of generic dice games, except that they are specifically modifed for the included games as each die has one side marked with red pips instead of white.
So,enough about what’s in the box. How do you play?
Players roll all six dice to start their turn. They have the option of flipping a red number to any other number they’d like, or keep it as is to use for bonus points to double their score. Here’s the kicker: Kids can re-roll the dice as many times as they like. There’s no three-roll limit as is the case with many other games; however, each player only gets 30 rolls per game. So, a bit of strategic thinking is necessary if you don’t want to blow all of your turns in the early rounds. That being said, we found it helpful to use a handful of rolls the first time we played. It helps kids get a better handle on scoring and categories.
Once kids are done rolling and flipping and scheming, they can tally up their points using the scoring rules included in the box. (Spoiler alert: They are intense!)