Rank These Games by the Number of Dice

In honor of the upcoming (two weeks from today — it comes out Oct. 27!) release of my book HOW TO HOST A GAME NIGHT, here’s a trivia game that will probably appeal most to people who play a lot (a lot) of board games — but anyone can give it a shot.

All you have to do is take the 10 games in the image above (click on the image, or here, for a larger version) and rank them in order of the game with the most dice (#1) down to the game with the least dice (#10).

Each game you put in the right position is worth 1 point. (So if you list the same game in all 10 positions, you’re guaranteed to finish with exactly 1 point.)

(If you’re reading this on the front page of my website, click through for the answers. Otherwise, scroll down.)

SPOILER ALERT: The complete list of answers follows.

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ANSWERS:

  1. Roll for the Galaxy has 111 dice.
  2. Sagrada has 90 dice.
  3. Pandemic: The Cure has 85 dice.
  4. Lords of Vegas has 48 dice.
  5. Liar’s Dice (the edition pictured) has 31 dice.
  6. War of the Ring has 21 dice.
  7. Boggle has 16 dice.
  8. Robinson Crusoe: Adventures on the Cursed Island has 11 dice.
  9. King of Tokyo has 8 dice.
  10. Bang! The Dice Game has 5 dice.

Source for all answers: BoardGameGeek.com

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS: 10

Thanks for playing this trivia game! I hope you enjoyed it. (You can find more trivia games here.)

My book HOW TO HOST A GAME NIGHT will be available on Oct. 27, 2020. It’s available for pre-order now in both paperback and ebook formats.

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