|2 - 4 players|
|average 30 minutes|
|Published in 1973|
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A Yahtzee variant from the people who made Yahtzee. Players drop the dice down the dice chute (dice tower) instead of rolling them by hand. The object is to form the same poker-like number sets as Yahtzee, only the scoring is a bit different. There are no scoring sheets; no pencils are needed. Instead, built-in score cards are used which indicate the point values for each successfully rolled "hand". Plastic tabs are used to uncover the point values when a roll is successful, or a plastic ring is inserted when a zero is scored. Highest score after 13 turns per player wins.
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