Dice Racing Fun with Ligretto Dice
Are you ready to test your dice rolling skills?
And how fast can you roll, spot, and match your dice?
Then you may be ready for Ligretto Dice.
It has plenty of colorful dice and lot’s of rolling. And it’s as simple to understand as matching the dice to the board.
Of course, don’t be fooled by the simplicity of it. Because when you’re in need of rolling a 4, before you know it, you’ll be pulling your hair out while you quickly roll your last die over and over and over…
And just when you do finally roll that 4, someone else will take the spot. Don’t believe me? It’s true. It’s true.
Check out Caleb’s video review of Ligretto Dice.
Can the whole family enjoy Ligretto Dice?
Ligretto Dice is another simple game that people of all ages can enjoy. Of course, like most games, that’s also to say that not everyone will like Ligretto Dice. For some, the frantic rush to roll and place your dice just isn’t their cup of tea. But for others – have at it!
We like that it’s just so simple to play it’s a great way to start a game night. Usually Ligretto Dice won’t be the only game we play during the night. But if we want to get the games rolling and the energy up, Ligretto Dice is a great starter.
How many can play Ligretto Dice?
One of the things that holds our ratings back a little for Ligretto Dice is that it only allows up to 4 players and we’re a family of 6. That said, though we really can play it with 6 players. Since there are 24 dice, we could evenly divide the dice so everyone gets 4 to place. But then the odds of getting rid of your dice quickly improves and the rounds end too quickly.
Part of the fun of Ligretto Dice is as the tension mounts when you’re trying to roll your last die and the board’s filling up. So having 3 or 4 players is ideal. That way each player has 8 or 6 dice which will take a little longer to place each round.
How does Ligretto Dice score on the “Let’s Play Again” game meter?
Ligretto Dice scores in the middle of the range on our “Let’s play again” game meter. Like mentioned before, it’s more of a game that we play to start out a session of games rather than one we play back to back. However, since you play many rounds each game, it’s like every round is a new challenge anyway. But it is a game that has a front spot on our game shelf so it can get pulled out easily any time the dice-rolling-racing bug strikes.
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