Burger Dice

Roll dice, make burgers, and don't waste ingredients!

You are a cook in a poorly-run diner, trying to make burgers with whatever ingredients you can find. Take turns rolling dice and use the ingredients as best you can. Score points for dice you can play, waste the dice you can’t. Stop any time and score, or press your luck for more ingredients. Be careful: too many wasted dice and you’ll get kicked out of the kitchen. Have the most points at the end of the game and you will be declared the head chef!

Whoever ate a burger most recently goes first. Players take turn rolling 3 dice at a time and placing them in burgers based on a set of simple rules (must have buns, no duplicate ingredients, etc.). You get to score points for completed burgers when you end your turn. Any dice you cannot play is considered waste and moved to your waste pile. If at any time you have 4 or more waste dice your turn is immediately over and you score no points.

The game is driven by the custom dice, each one featuring 2 buns and 4 ingredients (burger, pickles, ketchup, and cheese). Using these with the burger building rules the players make their rolls and place the resulting ingredients to create burgers. Players can stop any time before rolling and score points for their completed burgers or they can keep rolling and risk losing it all!

Burger Dice has very simple rules and can be taught to new players in minutes. It offers players a quick and engaging game that can fit many situations. The game has also been play tested with families and children as young as eight with great success. Everyone had an enjoyable experience and were able to pick up the rules and play the game without any direction. Many of the play testers asked if they could buy the game on the spot, which is about the highest praise I could hope to get in testing.

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NOTE: This game does not come with packaging.



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Cool Factors

  • Easy-to-learn
  • Custom dice
  • Replayability


DesignerMatthew Gravelyn
Average Rating (3)
Publish DateFebruary 04, 2016
DepartmentDice Games
GenrePopular Culture
SettingModern / Present
AudienceCasual Gamer
Primary MechanicPress Your Luck
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More InfoBurger Dice web site

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