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Dice Game - Bonus Letter


BONUS LETTER, a short n' simple dice game played with a single, custom six-sided die. You roll the die, pick a letter from the alphabet, and try to think of a word that starts with the letter you picked, and has the most occurrences of the letter rolled on the die. The more bonus letters in the word you write, the more points you earn. Try to earn the most points by the time you make it through the alphabet!

This game requires that you have a six-sided die, but instead of numbers, the faces will have English letters R, S, T, L, N, and E. Use stickers to cover up the numbers on a regular die if you can't come up with a custom die some other way.

Full instructions and rules variations available at the "game" link above. Enjoy!

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Dice Game - Recycle Dice


RECYCLE DICE, a simple dice game I made, inspired by an old dice game called King and Neighbour. You want to be the first player to cover all the spaces on your game board with Recycle Tokens. This game supports a theoretically-unlimited number of players, but I suppose the upper limit is round 4, 5, or 6 (since players take their turns one at a time and no one wants to wait too long for their turn).

Here's a big version of the game board (it's an image file):

To play this game you need:

  • One game board per player
  • two six-sided dice (2d6)
  • Lots of little tokens: chips, cubes, coins, etc.

Full game rules and game board available at the "game" link above. Enjoy!

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Dice Game - Three Chances


THREE CHANCES, a dice game for two players, on a race to the middle. A downloadable game board graphic is available at the following link (it's an image file):


You'll need the following supplies for the game:

  • the game board for Three Chances
  • two players
  • two six-sided dice (2d6)
  • six counters or pawns of one colour
  • six counters or pawns of another colour

On your turn, you throw the dice, and can move one of your pawns to an adjacent space with a number that:

  • is the same as one of the dice you rolled, OR
  • is the same as the sum of the two dice you rolled.

Full instructions (and come commentary on probability, because I'm a game design nerd) available at the "game" link above. Enjoy!

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