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A mix of Japanese, Korean, foam, yes/no, 12 earthly branches, 6D, 4D, 8D, 10D, 12D, 18D, 20D, 24D and western dice.

Cho-Han 丁半

Two dice with cup. Bet on “Chō” (even) or “Han” (odd) . Played by the bakuto 博徒 in feudal Japan.

similar to the Chinese:

Sic bo 骰寶 | 大細 | 大小

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Liar’s dice/Cacho

South American. Five dice in a leather cup.

Mexico

Elimination-style game. Two dice.

Farkle

5 or 6 dice.

Pig

 

List of dice games from wikipedia.

More games.

I have my own dice game that I play with a Spongebob Squarepants cup from Daiso and two dice. It’s an incentive to participate in class. It’s called…

Dais Geim 다이스 게임.

if you roll:

an 8, you roll again. If you roll 3 consecutive 8s you get 8 stars (one sticker per 3 stars) . So far three have rolled 2 consecutive 8s but none has rolled a triple 8.

snake-eyes or boxcars gets you three stars or one sticker

3,5, 10, or an 11 gets you a double star.

a 6 gets you a single star.

a 7 gets you a sarcastic “lucky 7!” and no star.

a four gets you a minus star (I only use this when I call it deinja dais as opposed to happee dais).

a 9 gets you get a nein!

and nothing.

non-transitive dice

Nontransitive dice Wikipedia article. More on nontransitive dice.

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