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FAST AND FUN: Tenzi is the world's fastest dice game! Fast, fun, and engaging, Tenzi is perfect for table top beginners and aficionados alike.
HOW TO PLAY: Every player gets 10 dice. The object of the game is to roll the dice as fast as possible, the player who gets all dice on the same number and yells "Tenzi!" is the winner.
FUN AND EDUCATIONAL: The basic game of Tenzi is approachable and easy to learn. Players must be quick to identify what number is best to try and get 10 of based on their initials rolls.
FOR ALL AGES: Simple yet engaging, Tenzi is a fantastic party game for 2 to 4 players of almost all ages. Great for family gatherings or play dates, Tenzi will heighten the fun of any social gathering!
I pondered over the purchase of this game for a couple of months before picking one up, it is now one of my youngests most favourite games and I even ended up picking up a copy at a friends request once her son had given it a try. I was expecting just one game to play with this but you end up with nine different ways to play with this set. Four sets of ten dice mean you can have up to four people play, however the rules are open enough that you could easily buy a few more sets of different coloured dice and have even more people join in.
The original version, which is what we play the most, has you racing against the other players to get all your dice to roll the same number (putting aside them when they do) and it isn't as easy as it sounds. This game combines pure luck and speed as the faster you are, the more chance you have of yelling Tenzi! If that one isn't enough, apply the rules for game one and then add to it, such as having to make a tower out of the dice you're collecting, this adds another element to the game because stack them to fast and bye bye tower, hello more dice to role. I love that this game isn't big but with so many options you won't get bored of it too soon and there's something for everyone.
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