Monday, March 23, 2015

Martian Dice Review + Giveaway

Martian Dice Review + Giveaway

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our mission, Martians, 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.

Martian Dice is a quick and fun dice game for 2 or more players.

Once you read the directions the game starts to make sense. I have never really been into dice games before but I had also Only played Yahtzee so that could be it. Just from the description I said why not! So one day when the weather was bad and I had some time to kill at work before clocking in Michael and I pulled the game out and started to play.

One mistake we made was no paper but we used the notepad on my iphone instead. At first we didn't know how fun just tossing dice would be. Then after a game we got into it. Its funny how it seems to work. First roll out of the gate there was a ton of tanks and so Michael got no points. After that first roll it seemed to be the tanks were greatly out numbered by the death rays. Not often did someone get no points at all but it did happen from time to time. 

When you are faced with a decision of which item to keep to try to roll for again its hard. I tended to gravitate to the animals as they seemed to work for me better where the humans always betrayed me. It was the opposite for Michael as the humans seemed to flock to him.

We recommend playing somewhere with a large table and even then you might have a few stray dice. I got a little overzealous a few times and sent the dice flying across the cafeteria. 

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