# Hindenburg : Dice Game

10+
Everyone

Hindenburg is a dice game played with five dice,
where the players try to arrange the roles like in poker.
It is a classic dice game that was developed in Germany in the 1900s.

(Objective)
There are two players, you and opponent.
The player rolls the dice on his or her turn and arranges the hands in the specified combinations.

The player with the highest score wins at the end of 10 rounds.

(Flow)
At the beginning of each player's turn, he or she presses the "Roll" button and rolls 5 dice.

After that, he pushes the dice that he does not want to roll again to LOCK.

If you press the "Roll" button again, the dice that are not locked will be rolled again.

You can only roll the dice three times, once for the first time and twice for the second time.

If you roll the dice three times or if you get a good hand in the middle of the game, choose a hand from the hand chart and press the white square to record your score.

You may not pass the game without recording your score.

Even if the hand is not completed, one of the hand chart must be chosen and recorded with 0 point.

When the scoring is done, it is the next player's turn.

After 10 rounds, the game ends when all the squares in the hand chart are filled.

The player with the highest score wins the game.

(List of hands)
Hindenburg:
5 dice are equal.

The score is 30 points.

Big Straight:
A combination of 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 dice.

The score is 20 points.

Little Straight:
A combination of 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 dice.

The score is 15 points.

Full House:
A combination of 3 equal dice and 2 equal dice.

The score is the sum of the 5 dice.

Num.1~6:
Any combination. The score is the sum of the dice corresponding to the surface.

For example, if the dice combination is 1, 5, 5, the score is 1 point for 1, and 10 points for 5.
Updated on
Oct 30, 2022

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