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How to play thunder

Thunder Dice Games can save even the most boring of gray days. This game of dice can be played by the whole family, and only requires dice. For the game itself, a writing tool, a piece of paper, and of course, a part drawing must be used. The game is played with 6 dice, but it may be possible to play the game with fewer dice. This would require you to get a little creative. For the game you must have at least 3 participants and a maximum of 8.

The rules of the game

The whole purpose of the game is that players should remain the last participants. You can achieve this by constantly beating 1's each time. In this game you have to find a person to start, after which the journey goes clockwise. If you can't figure out who to start, you can use the dice that are still available to you. Whoever strikes is the one who begins. In cases where there are two or more who hit the same number, you can keep going until a winner is found. The winner will be the person who starts the game. This game of thunder is about striking the 1st. This means that the person who starts must dice up, shake and throw the dice. When the dice are on the table, all 1's are removed. If 1 is beaten, these are removed from the dice and the remaining dice are passed on to the person who has the next turn. The process continues until there are no more dice left – and all dice have shown 1. If you do not succeed, draw a line on your "house". Once you have drawn 6 lines, you only have one line left. The last and seventh stroke is the flash will hit the house and send you out of the dice game. Here you will not be able to do more dice. The dice used have shown 1, and you can start with the remaining players until there is a winner of the dice game, thunder!

Examples of thunderstorms

We can assume here in our example that there are 4 participants in the game. Player # 1 takes the dice and makes his first dice roll. The result of the six dice looks like this: 1, 2, 4, 4, 6 and 6. Player # 1 is therefore the only one with a dice that shows the number 1. The remaining 5 dice are forwarded to the person on the side in a clockwise direction. Player # 2 makes his throw. The result of the remaining 5 dice will be the following: 1, 3, 3, 5 and 6. Similarly, player # 2 eliminates all dice showing number 1. The remaining 4 dice are returned to the player sitting next to them in the clockwise direction. Player # 3 makes his dice roll. The result of the four dice is as follows: 2, 4, 4, and 6. Player # 3 does not hit any 1's, which means that he / she must draw the first row of his house. Player # 3 then sends the remaining 4 dice to the person sitting next to them clockwise. Player # 4 throws his dice, and the result is as follows: 1, 1, 1, and 6. Player number 4 has hit a good dice, and can therefore remove 3 dice as these show number 1. The last dice now proceeds to the next person in the clockwise direction. They throw again and play number 1, which will make another dice box. Player # 1 now makes his second dice box. The dice show number 1. Player # 1 removes the dice and sees because there are no more dice, all dice will be restarted. Number 2 must begin. The game continues until 3 of the players have made 7 rows, which means that there is a winner to be named.