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Ludix

PMWD-6338

Alea jacta est! Roll the dice to see who will be the winner!
  • French
  • From 10 years old
  • less than 30mn
  • 2 to 6 player(s)
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With four six-sided dice depicting Roman numbers (L-X-X-V-I-I), players try to reach a total of 300 points.

During a turn, a player can push his/her luck throwing the dice more than one time and adding the result, but if he/she fails to obtain a valid Roman numeral, he/she loses all the points for that turn.

This game has been created in cooperation with the Swiss Museum of Games of Tour-de-Peilz.

Rules booklets also contain some historical notes about dice in ancient Rome and Roman numerals.
Theme(s) Antiquity
Language(s) French
Mechanism(s) DiceStop ou encore
Author(s) Niek Neuwahl
Editor Puzzle Michèle Wilson - PMWD

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