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Players: 2 to 5 Playing Time: 15 minutes Age: 8+ Complexity: 1/5 (not complex) With super simple rules, quick decision-making and exciting risk-taking, it is no surprise that Qwixx has become one of the most popular dice games both on- and offline! This fast-paced, family-friendly, fun game has sold many millions of copies and continues to be played in millions of homes all around the world! Every player receives a scoresheet with the numbers 2 to 12 arranged in rows of yellow and red and the numbers 12 to 2 arranged in rows of blue and green. To score points a player must cross out as many numbers as possible, but a player can only cross out a number if it is to the right of all other crossed-out numbers in that very same row. Find Qwixx on Amazon

Players: 2 to 10 Playing Time: 30 minutes Age: 6+ Complexity: 1/5 (not complex) Yahtzee might be an oldie but it's also an absolute classic and must-try dice game. It has been one of the most popular dice games in the world since its introduction in the 1950s. More than 50 million copies are sold each year! Every player's turn consists of rolling five regular d6 dice up to three times attempting to fulfill any one of thirteen categories on a scoresheet. Examples of categories are three of a kind, four of a kind, a straight, a full house, etc.. The rarest and highest scoring category is called Yahtzee, which consists of all five dice showing the same number, e.g. five 6s. Every player attempts to complete their own scoresheet for each category. When all players have entered a score for all thirteen categories the game ends and the player with the highest score wins. Find Yahtzee on Amazon

Left Center Right

Players: 3 to 12 Playing Time: 20 minutes Age: 5+ Complexity: 1/5 (not complex) LCR (Left Center Right) is a quick and fun dice game that's quite addictive. Each player starts with a stack of poker chips and then rolls three specially marked LCR dice to determine where they pass their chips (if they roll an L, they pass their chips to the left, if they roll an R, they pass their chips to the right, and if they roll a C, they pass their chips to the center of the table). The last player with chips remaining is the winner. Find LCR on Amazon

Dungeons & Dragons

Players: 1 to 5 Playing Time: 60 minutes Age: 12+ Complexity: 3/5 (moderately complex) Dungeons & Dragons is the original source for the entire modern RPG game industry, digital as well as tabletop. Various polyhedral dice are used throughout to determine events that happen during this fantasty role-playing game. By far the most exciting use of dice, this game requires a group of friends to join in and can be infinitely rewarding. Find D&D on Amazon