Well-flicked is half won in the Dice Flick (designed by Rami Gaber) board game: In the game, 2-4 players compete to score 50 points first. To do so, they draw dice from a bag each turn and flick two of them onto the playing area, which is mounted inside the game box. Adjacent dice and dice landing in the middle of the playing area score points and are returned into the bag. While white dice serve as jokers, red dice trigger a special scoring. Players who make best use of the die abilities and have good aim are bound to win.
Open the box and start playing — Dice Flick plays just as quickly as it is set up. That leaves more time for the accessible gameplay: Draw some dice and flick your way to victory with a little bit of luck and a lot of dexterity. Even if the dice did not fly right – a game lasts 10 to 20 minutes, so there is always time for a rematch.