Full House, Street or Pasch? It is time to find out who's lucky at dice. 1, 2, 3 rolls and the tide turns. In no time you can be ahead at the point scores and well on your way to victory.
The simple but popular dice game is great fun in the virtual world too. It is up to you to use the goodwill of the dice. Trust your luck and pursue the right strategy to make sure you will get the highest numbers.
The aim of the game is to get the highest numbers possible with 5 dice and outdo your opponent. Special combinations will get you valuable extra points for the final score.
In this game there are always 2 to 4 players competing against each other. The game is played in real time. You can find details on multiplayer versions here: How do multiplayer games work?
If you start a new game you can determine the number of players and the stakes. On the left side of the playing field is a chart where the numbers rolled will be entered after every round. Every player has his own column, which is marked with a particluar dice colour. The sums of equal numbers rolled will be entered into the upper section. The roll combinations that will get you extra points are displayed below.
The game is controlled with the mouse. By clicking the button "Roll" the dice will be shaken. Every player has 3 attempts (Rolls) per round. The player can decide whether he would like to enter the numbers rolled into his column or whether he wants to have another go with the dice. Not all attempts have to be carried out.
If you would like to move a dice you click on it with the left mouse key and keep it pressed down until you have moved the dice to the desired location.
You decide at the end of your turn where your points should be entered. Points can only be entered, where nothing has been entered before. If you cannot achieve a matching result during a round you have to cross out a field via mouse click and no more points can be entered in this space for the remainder of the game.
End of the game
The chart is completed after 14 rounds and the game is over. The player who collects the most points by the end of the game, wins.
Points will be awarded after every round for the different dice combinations as well as matching numbers:
Scores according to numbers
- Numbers from 1 to 6
The amount of matching numbers will be entered into the upper section of the chart. The relevant number will be multiplied with the number of dice it appears on.
If a player rolls the number '2' three times he is awarded 6 points for the revelant field in the chart.
If you reach 63 points or more in the scores according to numbers you will receive a bonus. 35 points will be added to your overall score.
Scores according to dice combinations
- 3 of a Kind
You have to roll the same number three times for 3 of a Kind. The number will be multiplied by 3 for the scores.
- 4 of a Kind
You have to roll the same number four times for 4 of a Kind. The number will be multiplied by 4 for the scores.
- Full House
Full House is a matched pair of numbers and a matched triple. You will receive 25 points for this.
- Small Straight
If you roll 4 consecutive numbers your Small Straight is complete. You will receive 30 points for this.
- Large Straight
If you roll 5 consecutive numbers you have landed a Large Straight and you will be awarded 40 points.
- 5 of a Kind
If all dice show the same number you have landed 5 of a Kind. You will be awarded 50 points for this.
No luck in a round? No problem because the sum of all numbers rolled will be entered in this field called Chance in case they don't match.