Five Dice

Contains adsIn-app purchases
20K reviews
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About this game

** NEW FEATURE: Play against your device **

Five Dice is a dice game very similar to YAHTZEE*, Yachty, Yatzy, & others. It follows the rules of Yahtzee closely. Five Dice has a simple, intuitive interface & is a great go-to for a quick distraction when you're standing in line, waiting for an appointment, or just have a couple of minutes (or hours!) of downtime.

- 4 game modes - Traditional, Russian Roulette, Sequential & Plus
- Top 10 on-device high scores list
- Google Play leaderboards & Achievements
- Playing stats
- Play against your device
- Multiplayer - local network & 'Play 'n Pass' (up to 10 players)
- Simple interface
- Customizers for dice & score colors
- 2 score styles (solid color or border color)
- 4 languages (English, German, Spanish, Dutch)

Use your skill to maximize your score by playing it safe, or throw caution to the wind and try to rack up multiple Five Dices!

Traditional mode follows the rules of YAHTZEE very closely. Each turn allows up to 3 rolls & there are 13 turns in a game. Tap on the dice you want to keep after each roll & get maximum points by rolling at least 3 of a kind in each of the left scoring categories. If you score at least 63 points on the left, you get a 35 point bonus. Score in 3 of a Kind, 4 of a Kind, Full House, Small Straight, Large Straight, Five Dice & Chance on the right. Score 50 points for your first Five Dice (5 in a row) & a 100 point bonus for every Five Dice after that. Traditional mode has its own leaderboard.

A Sequential game is one where each score must be allocated in the following order:
Left Side - 1's to 6's
Right Side - 3 of a Kind To Chance
When the game starts, all score categories are grayed out & disabled. After the first roll of each turn, the valid category for that turn is enabled & changed to white. After the 3 rolls for the turn are taken, the score must be allocated to the enabled category. The exception to this rule is if a Five Dice is rolled. In this case, the score can be allocated to Five Dice & the sequence is resumed on the next turn. Subsequent Five Dices are awarded a 100 point bonus, but the score must still be applied to the categories in sequence. Sequential mode has its own leaderboard.

One roll per turn & then you must assign a score - even if it has to be a zero somewhere. There is a strategy for maximizing your score - can you figure it out? Russian Roulette mode has its own leaderboard too!

A Plus game is one where unused rolls from a turn are carried over to subsequent turns. In a traditional Five Dice! game, there are 13 turns of 3 rolls each. In a Plus game, there are 13 turns, however in any turn where all 3 rolls are not used, the remainder is added to the next turn. For example, if you only use 2 rolls on your first turn, you will have 4 rolls on your second turn. If you only use 1 of those 4, then you will have 6 rolls on your third turn... Plus has its own leaderboard.

After each roll, all valid scores are highlighted in yellow so you can quickly decide where to apply the results. Where you place the score from each roll is up to you. There are thirteen turns of 3 rolls each per game. After each roll you can choose which dice to keep by touching them, then the remainder will be included in the next roll. At the end of the 3 rolls, you must assign the score before you can move on to the next turn. The first Five Dice is worth 50 points and each subsequent Five Dice will be rewarded with a 100 point bonus. Score 63 or greater on the left side of the score card & get a 35 point bonus.

*YAHTZEE is a registered trademark of Hasbro Inc.
Updated on
Dec 28, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Device or other IDs
This app may collect these data types
App info and performance and Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

17.6K reviews
Rob Punzel
January 20, 2024
Was fun. Occasional ad before. Now its ad after every game even if you score enough not to see an ad. Lost alot of custom settings. Why these devolopers constantly need to keep "enhancing" games when its absolutely not neccessary. And most the time they just make it worse. Megalopolis is a good example of them making a fun game unenjoyable.
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Computersmith Apps
January 21, 2024
You're playing an old version. The current version is 28.4, which fixed a bug in earlier versions where the no-ad score wasn't recognised. If you update to the latest release & are still having specific issues, email us & we'll take a look.
David Hall
October 21, 2021
This version is 10 steps backwards compared to the last version I had been playing for years. What happened to all the options in the settings to set up visual game to your liking, such as Dice at top, sound, etc. The game board is now to cluttered and confusing to look at casually. This is no longer my favorite game on my phone. Change for the sack of change ruined this app for me. I will be removing this app from my phone!!!!! Hopefully finding a more player friendly basic 5 Dice (Yatzee).
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A Google user
April 25, 2020
I usually have no complaints about this app. It's just like Yahtzee, easy to use and allows for multiple players. I like the multiple ways to play, too. Lately, though, while playing in the Plus mode, I sometimes roll the first roll of a turn, select what I want to save for the next roll, then roll again, but instead of rolling again, it puts a random zero in an open category, clears out what I saved and takes me to the next turn. Frustrating.
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What's new

- Minor bug fixes & improvements.

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About the developer
Unit 2 2-6 Paul Ct Jimboomba QLD 4280 Australia
+61 451 130 664

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