Mar 272015


It has been awhile since I have played any games.  When growing up we use to get a couple games at Christmas and spent lots of evenings playing with my brothers and sisters.  I was excited to play Martian Dice Game.   Here is the description of the game.

Your mission in Martian Dice, is to swoop down on the pathetic denizens of the primitive planet “Earth”, and to scoop up as many of the inhabitants as you can manage. We are interested in samples of the Chicken, Cow, and Human populations, so that we can determine which of them is actually in charge. The Earthlings might manage to put up a feeble defense, but surely nothing that a small taste of your Death Rays can’t handle. Make Mars proud be the first Martian to fill your abduction quota.

Rex and I have played a couple times and we have had fun doing it – it is pretty fast-paced dice game and you can finish in about 30-45 minutes.  You play with 13 dice on the first roll and it changes each time you roll.  The main objective is to get at least one human, cow and chicken in a roll.

It’s a fun game and doesn’t take much space to play or store. It makes for a fun night and lots of laughter.  You can purchase your own Martian Dice Game on the link below from

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  4 Responses to “Martian Dice Game”

  1. I just won a pair of these for my son. Haven’t got them yet. Hope he likes them.

  2. I haven’t played a dice game for years – we should give this one a try!

  3. I haven’t heard of the Martian Dice Game. It sounds really fun.

  4. We are always on the look out for new family games. I’ll check this one out!

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