Sequence Dice Game

Sequence Dice Game Rules

Sequence Dice Game Instructions

Average Price: $11.00
Playing Time: 15 - 30 min.
Ages: 7+
Players: 2 - 4

Sequence Dice throws a twist on the game Sequence. Roll the dice and place your chip on a corresponding number on the board. While playing Sequence dice rolling a 2 or a 12 lets you roll again, rolling a 10 allows you to take an opponents piece off the board, and rolling an 11 allows you to place a piece on a number of your choice. Your goal is to get 5 pieces in a row before your opponent does.

Sequence Dice is a fun game to play with family or friends. Try Sequence Dice and the other versions such as Sequence and Sequence Numbers to learn the variations. Check out Sequence Dice today.

To be the first player or team to make a sequence - five chips in a row - with your colored chips - up and down, across or diagonally. When two players or two teams play, the best game is to play for a sequence of six in a row.

Sequence Dice game includes the game board, two dice, 20 green marker chips, 20 blue marker chips, 20 red marker chips and a set of Sequence Dice official rules and instructions.

Sequence Dice Game Rules:
Please keep in mind that the official Sequence Dice dice-card rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions on how to play Sequence Dice.

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marcia ellison says:

Do you start to stack the chips if you are not able to get five in a row and the board fills up ??? Thanks
Gene says:

Question, when you remove one of your opponent's tokens from the board, is this token taken out of the game, or returned to your opponent to play again? This is not clear on any of the instructions that I have read. Thanks
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