Points are earned every time you roll a 1 or 5, three of a kind, three pairs, a six-dice straight (1,2,3,4,5,6), or two triplets. If none of your dice earned points, that's a Farkle! Since you earned no points, you pass the dice to the next player.
A push-your luck game of rolling dice for points. You roll 6 dice, remove only the dice you want to use for points, then re-roll the remaining dice. Points can be scored by specific numbers (e.g. 5 or 1) or sets of the same number. If you can use all six dice for points, pick them all up and keep going.
If you're lucky enough to set aside all 6 Dice you can roll them all again to build your running total. If you cannot set aside any Dice after a roll, that's a Farkle. You lose your running total of points for that turn, and play passes to the left. A Farkle could happen on your first roll or when you roll the remaining Dice.
Farkle is a popular dice game which is played using 6 six-sided dice. The game requires players to roll dice and score for certain combinations. The objective of the game is to score the winning total of 10000. Players take turn to roll 6 dice.
Take a risk and keep rolling to build your score, or play it safe so you don't lose your points in a Farkle. It's a fight to the finish in this fabulously fun game of strategy and luck. Includes five dice, score pad and rules. For 2 or more players.
Farkle - Best Dice Game. 1.6M likes. Welcome to the official Farkle fan page! Farkle is a dice game that you can play by yourself or against an opponent. Just throw your six dice and choose the best.
Farkle Game Rules Roll all six dice. After the roll, you work out which points you want to save and whether you want to continue rolling. For example, if you roll five twos and a three, you may decide to bank your 2,000 points and finish your turn.
The Rules Goal of the Game. To win a game of Farkle 10,000 you need to have the highest score at the end of the final round. The final round is the round in which one player reaches or surpasses the target score (default: 10,000). In a solo game you play for a set number of rounds instead. How to Play. Each player takes turns rolling the dice.