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To Court the King

To Court the King

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Gameplay in Brief:

To Court the King is a great dice game, bringing nice new twists to the genre -- such as special character powers. Players try to earn more dice and the ability to manipulate those dice so that they can impress the king by making the best final roll.

Players who enjoy Yahtzee but find it repetitive and limiting should love this game. To Court the King is a thinking man's Yahtzee, adding new elements without diminishing the fun. Read more in my review of To Court the King.

Basics:

For 2 to 5 players, ages 10 and up. About 45 minutes per game.

Designer:

To Court the King was designed by Tom Lehmann.

Publisher:

To Court the King was published by Rio Grande Games in 2006.

Genre:

To Court the King is a dice game that incorporates card drafting.

Also by Tom Lehmann:

Tom Lehmann has designed more than 15 published games, including Race for the Galaxy (2007), Phoenicia (2007), Pizarro & Co. (2002), Fast Food Franchise (1992), Time Agent (1992), and Throneworld (1997).

Awards:

To Court the King is on my list of the best dice games.

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