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recently acquired dice

Started by phineas sheridan, March 02, 2007, 01:55:25 AM

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phineas sheridan

i have acquired 24 6-sided dice


was wondering if anyone has a (preferably non-gambling) dice game?
easy to play or remember is good
any suggestions help


d


(mebe someone knows how to play ozat?)
"It's all about the top-hats and goggles"~Jake Von Slatt

teawithsteph

My husband who remembers far more games than I do suggests Yahtzee. You can easily look up rules online and just use paper to follow along at home.

I bet if you look around you can find others as well especially just do a search for "dice game" in google.

Mr. Pack

May I sugest Liars Dice? This the game played by Davey Jones Crew in the latest Pirates movie. Very period and fun to play.

http://www.ehow.com/how_18464_play-liars-dice.html
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Marcus Rowland

If you're into RPGs there are many that only need six-siders.

arcane


phineas sheridan

Shadowrun? stop
please explain stop

thank you stop

d stop
"It's all about the top-hats and goggles"~Jake Von Slatt

Vincent Théière

There's a game my Grandfather taught me, he picked it up somewhere in South America.  It's called General(sp?) but pronounced something like Heneral.  It's essentially the basic game that Yahtzee came from.  I'll try to do a decent list of instructions and stuff and post it later on today.

arcane

Quote from: phineas sheridan on March 03, 2007, 09:39:00 PM
Shadowrun? stop
please explain stop

thank you stop

d stop

It's a paper & dice RPG that uses d6
http://www.shadowrunrpg.com/

yaghish

There are many more RPGs out there you can play with 24D6

Many can be addapted for steampunk

Some already are steampunk

When there's a will, there's a dirigible to take you there