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    • List of dice games

    • Dice games are games that use or incorporate one or more dice as their sole or central component, usually as a random device. The following are games which largely, if not entirely, depend on dice: Patterned after the success of collectible card games, a number of collectible dice games have been published. Although ... Read »


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    • Animal Husbandry (game)

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    • Have You Herd?

      Animal Husbandry (Polish: Hodowla zwierzątek) is a dice game invented and published by the Polish mathematician Karol Borsuk at his own expense in 1943, during the German occupation of Warsaw. Modern releases use this name, Have You Herd? or Superfarmer. Sales of the game were a way for Borsuk to support his family ... Read »


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    • Army of Zero

    • Army of Zero

      Army of Zero is a puzzle and two-player card game, published by Point Zero Games. Army of Zero is both a card game and an armchair treasure hunt, similar in concept to Masquerade and The Key To The Kingdom. A cash prize was on offer to the person who could provide the best solution to the puzzle. Army of Zero was launc ... Read »


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    • Balut (game)

    • Balut is a game of dice, similar to Yahtzee. It was created by an American soldier named Edgar Woolbright stationed in the Philippines as an alternative to poker, and is a popular pastime of Danish businessmen overseas. The game is named after a delicacy made from the fetal duck egg available in some Southeast Asian co ... Read »


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    • Bar dice

    • Bar Dice is a drinking game generally played in a bar, tavern or pub. The game is played with 2 or more players using five dice and a cup. The motive behind the game (when played in a tavern or pub) is to determine which of the participants will pay for the next round of drinks. Bar Dice is played with five six-sided ... Read »


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    • Battle dice

    • Battle dice is a dice game that uses small figures which represent superheroes that are placed inside a die, and then rolled. It was created by Genie Toys and licensed to Playmates and it began with the majority of the superheroes and supervillains from Marvel in 2006. The figures can be purchased in booster packs ... Read »


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    • Beer die

    • Beer Die

      Singles (one on one) Beer die is a table-based drinking game where opposing players stand, or sit, at opposite ends and throw a die over a certain height with the goal of either landing the die in their opponent's cup or having the die hit the table and bounce over the scoring area to the floor. The defending team att ... Read »


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    • Beetle (game)

    • Beetle is a British party game in which one draws a beetle in parts. The game may be played solely with pen, paper and a die or using a commercial game set, some of which contain custom scorepads and dice and others which contain pieces which snap together to make a beetle/bug. It is sometimes called Cooties or Bugs. T ... Read »


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    • The Big Showdown

    • The Big Showdown

      The Big Showdown is an American game show that aired on the ABC television network from December 23, 1974 to July 4, 1975. Jim Peck (in his national television debut) hosted the program and Dan Daniel (then a disc jockey on New York City's WHN) served as announcer. Two pilots, simply titled Showdown, were taped in 1973 ... Read »


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    • Biscuit (game)

    • Biscuit

      Biscuit (also referred to as Bizkit or Biskit) is a drinking game played with two dice. Each player rolls the dice one time. The first person who makes a "7" (4+3 / 5+2 / 6+1 ) becomes the biscuit. Everyone take a drink Roller has to invent a rule which will be applied for the rest of the game. The non respect o ... Read »


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    • Boxcars (slang)

    • Boxcars, also known as Midnight, is the outcome of rolling the dice in a game of craps and getting a 6 on each die. The pair of 6 pips resembles a pair of boxcars on a freight train. In modern parlance, it refers to such a roll in any game involving 6 sided dice which are marked with pips. The probability of this roll ... Read »


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    • Bunco

    • Modern Bunco (also Bunko or Bonko) is a parlour game played in teams with three dice. Bunco was originally a confidence game similar to three card monte. It originated from 19th-century England where it was known as "eight dice cloth". It was imported to San Francisco as a gambling activity in 1855, where it gave ... Read »


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    • Button Men

    • Probabilistic analysis Button Men is a dice game for two players invented by James Ernest of Cheapass Games and first released in 1999. Games are short, typically taking less than ten minutes to play. Each player is represented by a pin-back button or playing card of their choice. The buttons are metal or plastic dis ... Read »


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    • Can't Stop (board game)


    • Cee-lo

    • Cee-lo is a gambling game played with three six-sided dice. There is not one standard set of rules, but there are some constants that hold true to all sets of rules. The name comes from the Chinese Sì-WÅ­-Liù (四五六), meaning "four-five-six". In America it is also called "See-Low," "Four-Five-Six," ... Read »


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    • Chingona

    • Chingona (also known as Ship, Captains, Crew) is a dice game played by two or more players, using four or five dice (either regular or poker) and a cup. It is usually played to decide who is to pay for the next round of drinks, but betting can also be involved. The game's rules are similar to those of Yahtzee, though ... Read »


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    • Chuck-a-luck

    • Chuck-a-luck, also known as birdcage, is a game of chance played with three dice. It is derived from grand hazard and both can be considered a variant of sic bo, which is a popular casino game, although chuck-a-luck is more of a carnival game than a true casino game. The game is sometimes used as a fundraiser for chari ... Read »


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    • Cosmic Wimpout

    • Cosmic Wimpout

      Cosmic Wimpout is a dice game produced by C3, Inc in 1976. It is similar to 1000/5000/10000, Farkle, Greed, Hot Dice, Squelch, Zilch,Zonk, or Darsh to name but a few. The game is played with five custom dice, and may use a combination score board and rolling surface, in the form of a piece of cloth or felt available in ... Read »


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    • Craps

    • Craps is a dice game in which the players make wagers on the outcome of the roll, or a series of rolls, of a pair of dice. Players may wager money against each other (playing "street craps", also known as "shooting dice" or "rolling dice") or a bank (playing "casino craps", also known as "table craps", or often just "c ... Read »


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    • Crown and Anchor

    • Crown and Anchor is a simple dice game, traditionally played for gambling purposes by sailors in the Royal Navy, and also in the British merchant and fishing fleets. The game originated in the 18th century. It is still popular in the Channel Islands and Bermuda, but is strictly controlled and may be played legally ... Read »


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    • Cthulhu Dice

    • Cthulhu Dice is a dice game by Steve Jackson Games. It is recommended for 2-6 players, and the play time can be anywhere from 5–10 minutes. The game includes a 12 sided dice, 18 glass marbles, and a set of rules. You roll the dice to compete with others to be the last sane person left. Each player takes three ... Read »


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    • Dead Man's Dice


    • Demon Dice

    • Demon Dice, originally published as Chaos Progenitus, is a collectible dice game created by Lester Smith (designer of the better-known Dragon Dice) and Tim Brown. In it, each player controls a demon made of 13 dice representing body parts (or magical items wielded by those parts), which battles the other player's demon ... Read »


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    • Dice

    • Dice (singular die or dice; from Old French dé; from Latin datum "something which is given or played") are small throwable objects with multiple resting positions, used for generating random numbers. Dice are suitable as gambling devices for games like craps and are also used in non-gambling tabletop games. A tradi ... Read »


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    • Dice 10000

    • Dice 10,000 (or Dix Mille, 6-Dice, 10,000 Dice, Ten Grand) is the name of a family dice game, very similar to Farkle. It also goes by other names, including Zilch, Zilchers, Foo, Boxcar, Bogus and Crap Out. The game requires six standard dice and a pencil and paper for scoring. Each player starts out "off the tabl ... Read »


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    • Dice control

    • Dice control in casino craps is a controversial theory where proponents claim that individuals can learn to carefully toss the dice so as to influence the outcome. A small but dedicated community of dice shooters claim proof of dice influencing in casino conditions. The concept of such precision shooting claims to elev ... Read »


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    • Dice tower

    • A dice tower is an object used by gamers to roll dice fairly. Dice are dropped into the top of the tower, and bounce off of various hidden platforms inside it before emerging from the front. Dice towers eliminate some methods of cheating which may be performed when rolling dice by hand. There are many forms of towers a ... Read »


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    • Diceland (dice game)

    • James Ernest Diceland is a tabletop game played with collectible sets of dice designed by Toivo Rovainen and James Ernest and released in 2002 by Cheapass Games. Players roll paper cut-out octahedral dice into a combat arena. The dice are then used in the same way as miniatures - they can be moved around the arena and ... Read »


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    • Dragon Dice

    • Dragon Dice is a collectible dice game originally made by TSR, Inc., and is published today by SFR, Inc. It is one of only a handful of collectible dice games produced in the early 1990s. In 1995, Dragon Dice won the Origins Award for Best Fantasy or Science-Fiction Board Game. The races and monsters in Dragon Dice wer ... Read »


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    • Dudo

    • Dudo (Spanish for I doubt), also known as Cacho, Pico, Perudo, Cachito or Dadinho is popular dice game played in South America. It is a more specific version of a family of games collectively called Liar's Dice, which has many forms and variants. This game can be played by two or more players and consists of guessing h ... Read »


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    • Farkle

    • Farkle, or Farkel, is a dice game that has also been called or is similar to 1000/5000/10000, Cosmic Wimpout, Greed, Hot Dice, Squelch, Zilch,Zonk, or Darsh. Its origins as a folk game are unknown, but it has been marketed commercially since 1996 under the brand name Pocket Farkel by Legendary Games Inc. While the basi ... Read »


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    • Floating craps

    • Floating craps is an illegal operation of the dice game craps. The term floating refers to the practice of the game's operators using portable tables and equipment to quickly move the game from location to location to stay ahead of the law enforcement authorities. The term may have originated in the 1930s when Benny B ... Read »


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    • The Game (dice game)

    • The Game

      The Game is a dice game designed by Reinhold Wittig. It was first published in Germany in 1979, without rules and under the German name Das Spiel. It contains a triangular base plate and 281 dice of four different colours, and a rule book that gives rules for some 50+ games. Most of the games are centered on building ... Read »


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    • Games related to Yahtzee

    • A number of related games under the Yahtzee brand have been produced. They all commonly use dice as the primary tool for game play, but all differ generally. As Yahtzee itself has been sold since 1954, the variants released over the years are more recent in comparison, with the oldest one, Triple Yahtzee, developed in ... Read »


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    • Generala

    • Generala (from the Spanish for "Alert") or sometimes Dados (Spanish for "dice"), is a dice game similar to the English game of poker dice, the Polish game Jacy-Tacy (yahtzee-tahtzee) and the American game Yahtzee. Although it is sometimes played in Europe and the United States, Generala is most popular in Iberoamerica. ... Read »


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    • Glossary of craps terms

    • The following is a glossary of terms used in the dice game craps. Besides the terms listed here, there are many common and uncommon craps slang terms. ... Read »


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    • Glückshaus


    • Hazard (game)

    • Hazard is an early English game played with two dice; it was mentioned in Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales in the 14th century. Despite its complicated rules, hazard was very popular in the 17th and 18th centuries and was often played for money. At Crockford's Club in London, hazard was especially popular. In the 1 ... Read »


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    • High Rollers

    • High Rollers

      High Rollers is an American television game show that involved contestants trying to win prizes by rolling dice. The format was based on the dice game Shut the Box. High Rollers debuted on July 1, 1974, as part of NBC's daytime lineup. In September 1975, an accompanying series was launched in syndication and aired onc ... Read »


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    • Hoo Hey How

    • Hoo Hey How (Hokkien: , Fish-Prawn-Crab) is a Chinese dice-game. It is related to Bầu cua cá cọp in Vietnam, and similar to Crown and Anchor in the West Indies and the American game chuck-a-luck. ... Read »


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    • Kismet (dice game)

    • Kismet is the trademarked name of a commercial dice game introduced in 1964. The game's name is the Turkish word for "fate". E.William DeLaittre holds the trademark on the game, originally published by Lakeside Games, and currently produced by Endless Games. Marketed as "The Modern Game of Yacht", the game play is simi ... Read »


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    • Kitsune bakuchi

    • Kitsune Bakuchi is a dice game from Japan in which a player tries to roll three dice with the same number on them. If the player succeeds, he or she wins four times the amount wagered. The term literally means "fox gambling." There are six winning throws out of 216 total possible throws, so the winning probability is ... Read »


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    • LCR (dice game)

    • LCR, or Left Center Right, is a dice game for three or more players, published by George & Company LLC in 1992. It is entirely a game of chance. The players make no decisions of any kind, even as to wagering. Each player receives at least 3 chips. Players take it in turn to roll the six-sided dice, each of which i ... Read »


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    • Liar's dice


    • Ludo (board game)

    • Ludo

      Ludo /ˈluːdoʊ/, /ˈljuː-/ (from Latin ludo, "I play") is a board game for two to four players, in which the players race their four tokens from start to finish according to die rolls. Like other cross and circle games, Ludo is derived from the Indian game Pachisi, but simpler. The game and its variants ar ... Read »


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    • Machi Koro

    • Machi Koro

      Machi Koro (Japanese: 街コロ "Dice Town") is a tabletop city-building game designed by Masao Suganuma, illustrated by Noboru Hotta, and published in 2012 by the Japanese games company Grounding Inc. Machi Koro won the 2015 Geekie Award for Best Tabletop Game, and was a Spiel des Jahres and As d'Or - Jeu de ... Read »


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    • Mexico (game)

    • Mexico is an elimination-style dice game, in which several players agree to play a set number of rounds. After each round, one player is eliminated. When all players but one have been eliminated, the remaining player wins the game. Owing to its extremely simple play-structure, it is generally pursued as a method of gam ... Read »


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    • Mia (game)

    • Mia is a simple dice game with a strong emphasis on bluffing and detecting bluff related to Liar's dice. Two dice and either a flat bottomed container with a lid or a dice cup are needed. This game is played by three or more players. All players start with six lives. Usually the players use a die to keep track o ... Read »


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    • Midnight (game)

    • Midnight (or 1-4-24) is a dice game played with 6 dice. One player rolls at a time. He rolls 6 dice, and keeps at least one. Any that the player doesn't keep are rerolled. This procedure is then repeated until there are no more dice to roll. Once kept, dice cannot be rerolled. Players must have kept a 1 and a 4, o ... Read »


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    • Mutschel

    • Mutschel

      The Mutschel is a traditional star-shaped bread from Reutlingen, Germany. The pastry, and the corresponding Mutscheltag (Mutschel Day), have probably existed since the 13th century. Mutscheln are roughly circular and come in various sizes: usually approximately six inches in diameter, but bakeries often offer breads th ... Read »


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    • Oink! (computer game)

    • Beagle Bag is a collection of video games for the Apple II family of computers published in 1982 by Beagle Bros Software. In common with their other titles, the Beagle Bag software was released in unlocked and unprotected form, and is now in the public domain. Beagle Bag, collectively credited to "Bert Kersey and ... Read »


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    • Owzthat

    • Owzthat

      Owzthat is a dice based cricket simulation. In its non-commercial form it is often called Pencil Cricket as in pre-war Britain 6 sided pencils, shaved back to bare wood with the numbers and words written on them, were used. Today this game is supplied by a variety of manufacturers, including William Lindop Ltd. The ga ... Read »


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    • Pass the Pigs

    • Pass the Pigs

      Pass the Pigs is a commercial version of the dice game Pig, but using custom asymmetrical throwing dice, similar to shagai. An early publishing of Pass the Pigs was entitled Pig Mania!. As of 2008, Winning Moves is the current publisher of Pass The Pigs. Each turn involves one player throwing two model pigs, each ... Read »


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    • Passe-dix

    • Passe-dix, also called passage in English, is a game of chance using dice. It was described by Charles Cotton in The Compleat Gamester (1674) thus: "Passage is a Game at dice to be played at but by two, and it is performed with three Dice. The Caster throws continually until he hath thrown Dubblets under ten, and then ... Read »


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    • Perquackey

    • Perquackey

      Perquackey is a word game played with dice, produced by Cardinal Industries, Inc. of Long Island City, New York. It was previously produced by Lakeside Toys, a division of Lakeside Industries, Inc. of Minneapolis, Minnesota, and originally by The Shreve Company of Los Angeles, California. It is similar to the 1956 game ... Read »


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    • Petals Around the Rose

    • Petals Around the Rose is a mathematical challenging puzzle in which the object is to work out the formula by which a number is derived from the roll of a set of five or six dice. It is often used as an exercise in inductive reasoning. The puzzle became popular in computer circles in the mid 1970s, particularly through ... Read »


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    • Pig (dice game)

    • Pig is a simple dice game first described in print by John Scarne in 1945. As with many games of folk origin, Pig is played with many rule variations. Commercial variants of Pig include Pass the Pigs, Pig Dice, and Skunk. Pig is commonly used by mathematics teachers to teach probability concepts. Pig is one of a famil ... Read »


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    • Poker dice

    • Poker dice are dice which, instead of having number pips, have representations of playing cards upon them. Poker dice have six sides, one each of an Ace, King, Queen, Jack, 10, and 9, and are used to form a poker hand. Each variety of poker dice varies slightly in regard to suits, though the ace of spades is almost un ... Read »


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    • Power Yahtzee

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      Publisher(s) Winning Moves Players 2 to 4 Age range 8 and up Setup time 5 minutes Power Yahtzee
    • Power Yahtzee is a variation on the classic dice game Yahtzee first published by Winning Moves Games USA in 2007. It includes a sixth multiplier die called a "Power die" and an expanded scoresheet. This game is no longer in production. The Power die is rolled with the five standard dice and shows how the point val ... Read »


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    • Scribbage

    • Scribbage is a classic dice word game published in 1959 by the E.S. Lowe Company. 13 dice are rolled which have various letters on each side. Each letter is given a point value depending on its frequency in the English language. A timer is flipped and the player has to put the dice into words either left-to-right or up ... Read »


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    • Sevens, Elevens, and Doubles

    • Sevens, Elevens, and Doubles

      Sevens, Elevens, and Doubles (also referred to as "7s, 11s, and doubles", "7/11/2x", Sloppy Dice or Hero.) is a drinking game played with two dice. The game can be played with as few as two people, but is usually played in a group of five or more. The object of the games is to roll a 7, 11 or any double. The players p ... Read »


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    • Ship, captain, and crew

    • Ship, Captain and Crew

      Ship, Captain, and Crew (also referred to as Ship of Fools, Motha Fuc*a Jones , Gary's Dice Game, Clickety Clack, 6-5-4 or Destroyer) is a drinking game played with five dice. The game can be played with as few as two people, but is usually played in a group of five or more. The object of the game is to roll a six (the ... Read »


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    • Shut the Box

    • Shut the Box

      Shut the Box, also called Canoga, Klackers, Batten Down the Hatches, kingoball and Jackpot, is a game of dice for one or more players, commonly played in a group of two to four for stakes. Traditionally, a counting box is used with tiles numbered 1 to 9 where each can be covered with a hinged or sliding mechanism, thou ... Read »


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    • Sic bo

    • Sic bo (骰寶), also known as tai sai (大細), dai siu (大小), big and small or hi-lo, is an unequal game of chance played with three dice, and of ancient Chinese origin. Grand hazard and chuck-a-luck are variants, and of English origin. The literal meaning of sic bo is "precious dice", while dai ... Read »


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    • Snake eyes

    • In gambling in general and the game of Craps in particular, snake eyes is the outcome of rolling the dice in a game and getting only one pip on each die. The pair of pips resembles a pair of eyes, which is appended to the word snake because of the creature's long-standing association with treachery and betrayal. The di ... Read »


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    • Snout!

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    • Snout!

      Snout! is a variation on the classic dice game Pass the Pigs. Unlike the original, players earn points by discarding cards in their hand matching what was rolled and getting rid of all cards in their hand, rather than matching what they rolled to a point chart. It was published by Winning Moves Games USA in 2005 but is ... Read »


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    • Swipe (dice game)

    • Swipe

      Garrett J. Donner Michael S. Steer Swipe is a dice game for two to six players made by Fundex Games in 2004. The object of the game is to win chips through the rolling of special dice that can be used to win chips or dice from the center (kitty) or from other players. Each player is given two "Swipe" dice and tw ... Read »


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    • Three Man

    • Three Man

      Three Man (also referred to as Mr. Three or Hat Man) is a drinking game played with two dice. It can be played with at least 3 people but it works better with around 5. The objective is to avoid drinking, though many would argue that losing the game is preferred. There are several variations to the game: -- Austr ... Read »


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    • Tien Gow

    • Tien Gow or Tin Kau (Chinese: 天九; Cantonese: tin1 gau2; pinyin:tiān jiǔ; "Heaven and Nine") is the name of Chinese gambling games played with either a pair of dice or a set of 32 Chinese dominoes. In these games, Heaven is the top rank of the civilian suit, while Nine is the top rank of the military sui ... Read »


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    • To Court the King

    • Amigo Spiele (German) To Court the King is a dice-based board game designed by Tom Lehmann. It was published in German by Amigo Spiele and in English by Rio Grande Games in 2006. The basic mechanics of rolling and re-rolling dice have drawn comparisons to the game of Yahtzee. Each player starts with the ability to ro ... Read »


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    • Trains and Stations

    • Trains and Stations is a train-themed board game that creates delivery routes and brings them to a dice platform. The game features real life aspects of the railroad business such as delivering, making money, developing real estate, exploiting monopolies, laying track and doing business with others. Trains and Station ... Read »


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    • Yacht (dice game)

    • Yacht is a public domain dice game, similar to the Latin American game Generala, the English game of Poker Dice, the Scandinavian Yatzy, and Cheerio. Yacht dates back to at least 1938, and is a contemporary of the similar three-dice game Crag.Yahtzee is a later development, similar to Yacht in both name and content. T ... Read »


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    • Yahtzee

    • Yahtzee

      Yahtzee is a dice game made by Milton Bradley (now owned by Hasbro), which was first marketed as "Yatzie" by National Association Service of Toledo, Ohio, in the early 1940s. Yatzie was included in a game set called "LUCK - 15 Grand Dice Games". It was marketed under the name of Yahtzee by game entrepreneur Edwin S. Lo ... Read »


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    • Yahtzee (game show)

    • Yahtzee is a game show that aired from January 11 to September 1988. Based on the dice game Yahtzee, the show was hosted by Peter Marshall, with Larry Hovis serving as both the show's announcer and a regular panelist. Each week featured a different hostess serving as "dice girl", including Kelly Grant, Denise DiRenzo, ... Read »


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    • Yatzy

    • Yatzy is a public domain dice game similar to Yacht and Yahtzee (trademarked by Hasbro in the United States). It is related to the Latin American game Generala, the English game of Poker Dice, Cheerio. Yatzy is most popular in the Scandinavian countries. Yatzy can be played solitaire or by any number of players. P ... Read »


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    • Yo-leven

    • Yo-leven (commonly referred to as Yo) is the outcome of rolling an 11 in the game of craps. The term was coined to prevent confusion with seven, which has a similar sound. The term has been adopted in poker, referring to a bet of 11. Rolling two 6-sided dice 25 times gives a probability of 0.760442 that at least ... Read »


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    • Zombie Dice

    • Zombie Dice

      Zombie Dice is a "press your luck" party dice game created by Steve Jackson Games and released in 2010.Zombie Dice has also been uploaded onto the App Store. The gameplay of Zombie Dice is simple. The player has to shake a cup containing 13 dice and randomly select 3 of them without looking into the cup and then r ... Read »


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    • Zonk (game)

    • Zonk is an underground dice game played since the 1970s, often by university students, which is sometimes associated with drug culture, specifically marijuana use, a parallel to drinking games. Game play uses 6 dice, consisting of 3 pairs of white, red, and green dice, and involves 2-6 players. The goal of the game is ... Read »


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