Farkle Game

Farkle Game Rules

Farkle Instructions / How To Play

Average Price: $8.00
Playing Time: 30 min.
Ages: 8+
Players: 2+

How willing are you to risk everything? Farkle is a fun game full of risk-taking and dice-rolling that will have you testing your limits. Keep rolling on the chance that you'll win more points? Or stop for fear of losing all your points?

Farkle is a fight to get the most points and seek out your own personal victory. Are you willing to risk more than your opponents? Try Farkle with the entire family and see how it goes.

To win Farkle you must be the first player with a score over 10,000 points.

Your Farkle game should come with 6 dice, shaker cup, Farkle score pad, and complete rules and instructions.

Game Rules:
Please keep in mind that the official Farkle rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions that came in the origianl packaging on how to play Farkle.

Comments & Questions

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Beth says:

If you win two sets of 3 dice i in one roll what do you score
Farkle winter says:

I forgot what and then my mother-in-law went out and the rules say that everybody gets another roll I one after the other role but I need to know if it was valid so I can remain champion of this family please side with me I need this thank you
James says:

I like how easy it is to show people how to play. There isn't a novel you have to read to them to teach them how to play. Farkle game rules and easy to learn and only take a minute to explain. Fun easy game.
Sarah says:

We love to take Farkle with us on camping trips. Easy to pack and game rules are easy to learn how to play. I like how there is no limit on how many can play although it can get lengthy waiting for everyone to take their turn (we have a fairly large family). Would recommend this simple dice game.
Joe says:

Fun game to play with the kids. If we don't have a lot of time we'll alter the winning score limit so it doesn't take so long to win. Multiple smaller games seem to work better than one larger game.
Hal says:

Very laid back easy game to play. Instead of trying to get a set number of combinations like Yahtzee, you just roll until you get the score you decided upon before playing. It's fun taking your chances sometimes and roll again.
Hellen says:

I love this game. It's a fun dice game but it throws an element of gambling into it. Should you throw again or take what you have? Scoring and learning how to play isn't hard compared to other rules that I have read.
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