Time to break out the board games and start some fresh family feuds over monopoly.
We're all about quality time and to prove it we've created our very own marbled charcoal & metallic gold dice set. It only takes a moment to make a memory so take a chance, revisit an old favourite, or start a new tradition.
A little gaming inspiration for you…
A dealer will shake the five dice, and the results kept secret. Players then place stakes on whether the total will be ‘’Chō’’ (even) or ‘’Han’’ (odd). The dealer reveals the dice and the winners collect their prize.
Passe-dix is played with three dice. There’s always a banker, and the number of players is unlimited. The first gamer rolls: every time he throws UNDER ten he (and all the other players in the game) lose the specified stake, which goes to the banker.
Every time he rolls ABOVE ten (or PASSES TEN- whence the name of the game), the banker must return double the stake to all the players in the game. After three losses of the roller (no matter how many wins), the roller position is passed to another gamer in the circle. The banker changes after each roll.
Each player rolls a number of dice, looks at his own, and covers them. Players then bet, in turn, on how many dice have how high a face value, with each player having to either call or up the values on his turn. At a call, the calling players wins if the previous player was incorrect; otherwise, the previous player wins.