10 of the best dice games in Indonesia – 10 of the best dice games in Indonesia Dice is a component that is often used in board games. Of the thousands of game titles that use dice there must be the most popular. Well, on this occasion BoardGame.id will present 13 of the most popular dice games that you may not have heard of. Keep in mind, the game that will be used for this game uses mechanical scroll dice, or the appropriate mechanics and the results according to the results such as monopoly, back and backgammon.
(Also known as Cooties)
Each player dances and receives insects’ body pieces depending on the result of the roll. The player who succeeds in shaping the body into a whole insect is the winner. P.
Very simple dice game, player for three dice and add numbers. Play in 6 rounds. Bunco has a twist or special rules for each round. In the end, the player will fight for the most points. Very popular by women in suburban areas in America.
This dice game originates from Japan. Six dice are thrown but the result is hidden. Players must guess the total number of even or odd chests.
(Also known as Zonk, Zilch, 10000, Wimp Out, Greed, Squelch)
A courage test game inspired by the board game Cannot Stop and the like. The player will announce six minutes and he must choose a number to save. This will eject or save again and save the other dice (can’t save the number that was saved in the previous roll). If he still records the total number of his chest, if there is and cannot save a new number then all the numbers stored will be forfeited (not counted).
(also known as Craps)
Guess the guess the dice numbers. Before rolling the dice the player must choose a number from 5–9, if the number that comes out matches the player wins. If the result is 2, 3, 11 or 12 players can lose depending on the number chosen. If not, throw back in accordance with the last throw number.
There are three dice which each side has a Left (L / left), Center (C / middle), Right (R / right) and the other three sides are blank. Players must pass the coin in the direction of the dice. Center means the player must pass to the middle (become a pot). The last player who still has coins wins the game.
7. Wild’s Dice
(also known as Bluff, Dudo, Cachito, Perudo, Mexicali, Mexican)
This dice game has the title Spiel des Jahres in 1993. Players bet on the total result of the roll of the dice. Each player throws a dice, sees the results of each roll and covers it from other players. Players then guess in turns how many dice have high scores.
All players roll the dice. The player with the smallest chest number must pay the coin to the center of the pot. When a player’s coin runs out he is eliminated so the remaining player wins the game and takes all the jackpots.
(also known as Pass the Pig)
This dice game is simpler than Farkle. Roll the dice and save the numbers, but if the dice that is thrown produces a number 1 then all the numbers previously saved by the player are immediately considered forfeited
10. Poker Dice
The dice side of this game brings up 9,10, J, Q, K, A sides. Players can roll back the dice that have a maximum of two times. The player with the result of the throw that brings out the strongest combination (the combination as in poker cards) wins the game.
11. Sic Bo
(also known as Pass the Pig)
Players bet on dice to be thrown (similar to roulette). this game can also be made that can make a lot of money.
12. Shut the Box
(also known as Canoga, Klackers, Zoltan Box, Batten Down the Hatches, Jackpot High Rollers)
An educative player of one or two dice and silver combined with the help of wood fragments 1–9. If the result shows number 8, then the 8th bit will be raised. The player must then take parts that can be 8, for example 1 + 4 + 3 or 3 + 5 or 2 + 6. The player will take as many pieces of wood as possible and then add them.
Is the forerunner of Poker Dice, King of Tokyo and games that use similar mechanical games. The mechanic in question is that the player may roll the existing dice twice. Players can choose which dice to score and which to roll back.