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...
List of dice games - Wikipedia
Glückshaus
Glückshaus (House of Fortune) is a medieval gambling board game for multiple players. It's played with 2 dice.
The board is divided in fields numbered from 2 to 12 (with 4 often left out), arrange...
Glückshaus - Wikipedia
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 d...
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. Yahtzee (trademarked in the United States by Hasb...
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 b...
Snake eyes
In gambling, 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 term 'snake' because of t...
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Button Men
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 represe...
Pass the Pigs
Pass the Pigs is a commercial version of the dice game Pig. Pass the Pigs was originally published under the name Pig Mania!
Each turn involves one player throwing two model pigs, each of which ha...
Pass the Pigs - Wikipedia
Have You Herd?
Have You Herd? is a set-collection dice game, where the goal is to collect one of each animal. It is based on a game called Super Farmer (originally named "Hodowla zwierzątek" or "Animal Husbandry") ...
Have You Herd? - Wikipedia
Can't Stop (board game)
Can't Stop is a board game designed by Sid Sackson originally published by Parker Brothers in 1980, and was long out of print in the United States. It was reprinted by Face 2 Face Games in 2007. An iO...
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Diceland (tile game)
Diceland is a tile-based game designed by Spartaco Albertarelli and released in 2002 by Kidultgame. Players place hexagonal tiles to form a playing area. They then roll dice to form an army. The di...
Miwin's dice
Miwin's Dice are a set of nontransitive dice invented in 1975 by the physicist Michael Winkelmann. They consist of three different dice with faces bearing numbers from 1 to 9; opposite faces sum to 9,...
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Petals Around the Rose
Petals Around the Rose is a mathematical 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 dice. It is often used as an exercise in indu...
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Diceware
Diceware is a method for creating passphrases, passwords, and other cryptographic variables using an ordinary die from a pair of dice as a hardware random number generator. For each word in the passph...
Perquackey
Perquackey is a word game 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, MN, ...
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 fo...
Hoo Hey How
Hoo Hey How (Hokkien: 魚蝦蟹, 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.
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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 ...
Beetle (game) - Wikipedia
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 to name but a few. Its origins as a folk ...
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Beer die
Beer die is a table-based gentleman's drinking game where opposing players 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...
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Zonk
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 p...
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 lite...
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 Ki...
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Barrel die
Barrel dice are an uncommon type of dice used most often by players of role playing games and wargames.Its shape is roughly cylindrical with between three and twenty flattened triangular facets, each ...
Barrel die - Wikipedia