Catan Dice Game Deluxe
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- Perfect for a quick, portable Catan adventure
- for 1-6 players
- Takes 15-30 minutes to play
- Dice, rules and score sheets will store inside the dice cup, secured safely by the lid for ultimate transportability
- Fun intrroduction to Settlers of Catan
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Discover, explore, and settle Catan anywhere and anytime!...even solo!
The Catan Dice Game is a fast, fun way to experience Catan on-the-go. Play it in only 15-30 minutes! It\'s a great casual introduction to the world of Catan. With 6 colorful, high quality, embossed plastic dice, a generous pad of full color double-sided score sheets featuring two maps for alternate play, and an exquisite lidded leather dice cup. the dice cup will hold dice, rules and score pad. Roll your way to victory. So get ready to toss! Challenge the odds and discover a fresh way to master Catan!
- 6 high quality, embossed plastic dice, each with 6 colored images
- embossed black, leatherette dice cup with lid
- pad of 2-sided, full-color Catan maps with score tracks, so you can play 2 different scenarios (you will still need a pen or pencil)
- game rules.
- all you need for a very cool, quick Catan adventure!
Playing Time 15-30 minutes
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Top Customer Reviews
I am a big fan of the whole Catan series. I have many of the sets and expansions and have been playing since college well over a decade ago. When I saw this version, I was excited by the promise of portability and simplicity. After receiving it, my girlfriend and I played many times in the few weeks we have owned it. It has met all of my expectations and more.
The game is extremely portable and very simple and quick to play. The rules are slightly strange with an initial read, but after playing once, it became clear what they were trying to say. I think it might be a translation issue?
Here is what I mean: The rules say that you mark your little score sheets each turn with your results. They say that this includes coloring in or circling elements of the score sheet. I was very confused by what they meant, so just started playing. Very quickly, I realized that they were simply suggesting ways to keep track of progress. The score sheets have a very visual style of keeping track of points, so by coloring in or circling a player can easily see their own advancement on the "playing board." Likely, they did this to keep a feeling for the original hex tile-games. By coloring/circling elements on the "board" the player can see their progress in a different way. Very helpful for players with visual learning styles, by the way.
In the end, the game appeals to lovers of dice games as well as lovers of Catan. if you are either one of those, give it a shot!
Pros: -Super portable
Cons: -Rules a little odd to start
-No baby pencils included (or baby pens)
It is almost like Yahtzee. It is easy to play and has two different ways to play it. So for a fast and fun game this is definitely one of the best games I won.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We love the full version of this game, so I thought the dice game would be great when we travel. Unlike the full version, it is a game that relies more on luck than skill, which... Read morePublished 2 months ago by C. M. Patt
Fast Fun and Wellpresented with a Solataire option- Sensation Settler optionPublished 4 months ago by kim lynch
An absolute blast and easy to learn. A great way to introduce people to Catan and progress them to the real game. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Clifford
Pretty good little game when you're itching to play Settlers of Catan but can't play the full board game.Published 10 months ago by Party of 8
Awesome game, much shorter than Cataan itself. Got two hours? Play Cataan. Got 20-30 minutes? Play this! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Arlen L.
Love it! It was perfect to take with us on our trip to Hawaii! We played on the beach, at bars, and in the rooms we stayed. Great game!Published on January 6, 2014 by Julie
When you don't have a couple of hours for a Catan board game, this fills the need for a little Catan fun!Published on December 11, 2013 by K. Warnick