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Create a doodle with a few rolls of the Doodle Dice. There's a different doodle pictured on each card in the deck. When you build a doodle that matches one of the cards, you take that card. Block an opponent's turn or take one of their cards away. Collect one card of each color and you win! It's the fun, challenging way for everyone in your family to be a doodle artist!
Players: 2 - 6
Ages: 6 and up
Weight: 335 grams
Language Requirements: Game components are printed in English. Manufacturer's rules are printed in multiple languages (including English). This is a domestic item.
- 65 image cards
- 6 dice
- 1 shaker cup
Average Rating: 3.7 in 3 reviews
I found Doodle Dice in my town thrift store looking brand new! We love it. I have even made additional cards with new arrangements on them to add to the fun! I have come up with additional reds and yellows with fun titles. It is also great for everyone to help each other out it is a real group game! Doodle Dice is a great family game good for all age levels and it is virtually a no brainer. The hardest part to remember is drawing a card so you don't lose your turn!
This game is so much fun for any age, I would recommend it to anyone. It would be great for families to pair up older players with younger ones and work together for more fun. It's easy to understand but just enough challenge to keep you playing for hours! From Sea Turtles to Mushrooms, the 'Doodles' are lots of fun to make.
A trivial game that can be fun for very young kids or for players who need a break from more thoughtful fare. Doodle Dice is mostly a random solitaire game in which players simply "roll and pray", with a few opportunities for tactical play and interaction that, once discovered, become pretty routine. Though not a bad game as a light diversion, it is completely overshadowed by Pickomino.