Simple to play, just roll the dice and shut down the corresponding numbers. It's a ready-to-go game which can be played for any length of time to suit the players.

Two dice and nine numbered flaps make up this clever game of skill and fortune. A great way to practise numeracy skills - makes a great group activity.

Each player takes it in turn to throw the dice. Each time the dice is thrown the player may close one or more flaps with a total value that matches the combined value of the two die (for example if a player throws a five and a four, he/she could close either just the flap marked '9', or both the '5' & '4' or '6' & '3' or '2', '3' and '4' or any other combination).

If the player cannot close a flap or flaps to the value of the dice, the turn passes to the opponent. The object is to finish your turn, leaving as few flaps open as possible.

Simple to play, ready-to-go as no set up is required and can be played for any length of time. Suitable for all ages and abilities

Contents include: Wooden game, 2 x die.

Product Dimensions (l) 26cm) x (w) 17cm x (d) 3cm.

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