Get your family Blank White Dice this holiday. They will love playing this game over and over again!
My Thoughts about Blank White Dice –
“Blank White Dice is a dynamic dice game designed for 2 to 4 players, with multiple gameplay variants. Compete with friends to be the first to reach thirteen points by drawing, erasing, and changing die faces. Strategically place icons on your dice while thwarting your competition by drawing icons on theirs. With over 50 icons to tag on the dice, no two games will be the same! Because of this, your family will have endless hours of fun.” ~Press Release, WizKids
First, I am a firm believer in family game nights. My family always tries to think outside of the box for game nights and this game is perfect. While you are trying to get to 13 points, you can use strategy to make your family members lose points. This was, especially, a major factor for my seven-year-old daughter. She particularly loves games that are interactive and use strategic thinking to win. She loves to think outside the box, and that is very beneficial in this game.
Second, I love that this game is great for all ages. Having two daughters ages seven and fourteen, it was great to watch my younger daughter think and figure out how to make her sister lose points. My younger daughter now begs to play this game on a daily basis. Her favorite part is being able to change the face of the dice with the erasable markers. Now, she wants to take this game to her school for the Holiday Game Day to share with her friends. I cannot believe how excited she is to take she a new and unique game that none of her friends have yet.
Pick up Blank White Dice ($19.99 USD) at your friendly local game store today or order on Amazon today. To purchase, on Amazon just click the image link below.
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