2965-CON-100

Dice Strategy Game

By Ultimö

$14.95

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Ultimö dice game is easy to play and addictively fun. The object is to win the gold die—but, not so fast. You can only claim it during the last play of the game. It takes some strategy and planning to stay one step ahead of your opponent as you pick up one, two, or three dice each turn. A match lasts a few minutes and there are lots of ways to play to keep the fun rolling.

  • Materials: Acrylic
  • Includes: 15 dice, playing instructions
  • Instructions: The object of the game is to get the gold die. Gather the dice in three piles with five dice each. Take one, two, or three dice each turn. You can only take the gold die on the last play of the game
  • Fast-paced strategy game is easy to learn
  • Packaging serves as game storage
  • For ages 8+
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 7.5" x 2" diameter
  • Weight: 0.38 lb

5 Reviews (4.8 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

This was fun

2/13/2019 by jane

My 7 year old great nephew figured it out really quickly. Embarrassed me.

5

Great

1/6/2019 by Frances

Great Grand Son 9yrs old loves it!

5

This Game Is a Dodecagon!

1/5/2019 by Laura

I was going to say "this game is a ball", but it just didn't seem to fit. It's compact, fast, simple, AND challenging. It seems so easy that you'd think it would get boring. Not so fast, Brainiacs! There are open-ended variations and lots of need to plan ahead. It caught even the smartest folks in the room a few times. A GREAT stocking stuffer or gift for anyone who likes a quick, fun game!More > < Less

5

Lotsa fun lov this game

1/5/2019 by Bridget

I find it very I entertaining, and fun...

4

A gift

6/27/2019 by Peggy

I hope they love it. I may have to get one for myself!

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About Ultimö

Go For The Gold

Ultimö dice board game gets the fast-paced fun rolling while leaning on strategy and probability skills—and on a little bit of luck, too.

The object is to get the gold die, but don’t just grab it. You can take up to three dice during each turn, but you can’t take the gold die until the very last play of the game. Sounds simple, but it’s trickier than you might think. There are different ways to play and each match takes only a few minutes—but uses lots of planning and maneuvering to stay one step ahead of your opponent.

Maker Vanessa Nobrega and husband Mark Ellingson are a game-loving and game-making couple who are also behind the math game, Mobi. They were inspired by the classic strategy game, Nim, to make this dice-based version. Once you start playing, it’s hard to stop, which we think is the hallmark of any good game.