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Yahtzee Free for All


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  • With Yahtzee Free For All it's anyone's game on everyone's turn
  • Roll the dice to match cards with classic Yahtzee combination's
  • It's edge-of-your-seat fun until the very last card is safe
  • Contents: 6 sided fold-out game board, 30 dice, 36 cards, 36 chips and game guide
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 10.5 x 10.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B0017RSYDU
  • Item model number: 40616
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,497 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
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It's anyone's game in Yahtzee Free For All.

From the Manufacturer

With Yahtzee Free For All it's anyone's game on everyone's turn! Roll. Match. Take. Steal.Score. Win! There's so much going on when you play Yahtzee Free For All, you're part of the action even when it's not your turn. Roll the dice to match cards with classic Yahtzee combinations. If you match one, take it--but now it's "up for grabs" until your next turn, so anybody can steal it by matching or beating your dice roll! It's edge-of-your-seat fun 'til the very last card is safe!

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This is a great game for the whole family!
E. Hicken
I have this game in my home and my family love to play it.
kch2135
Fun game, but directions are a bit confusing a first.
S. Roberts

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 31, 2008
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We finally learned to play this last night and really liked it. It provides the same challenge and fun of Yahtzee, but the new spin on collecting points and stealing points from your opponents is really fun. We will probably always play this now instead of the regular yahtzee. My youngest got bored waiting for his turn, but it was the same with the regular yahtzee when we played with 5 players. Each person's turn really doesn't take more time than the original version of Yahtzee. Provides very clever use of strategy.
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By A. Cotter Cairns on November 5, 2008
Yahtzee Free For All is a fun spin on the original game. It turns what was essentially a solo attempt to get the highest possible score into a social occasion, with the usual decisions to make about whether or not to backstab and steal. It's suitable for a wide range of age groups.

Ensure you shuffle the deck very well when you first play it, otherwise you could end up with too many difficult cards in the centre and play can bog down. It's also a bit involved and somebody should be "dealer", ensuring that everybody remembers what to do when it's their turn.

Not the best two-player game. Four or more is recommended. If dice are your thing, then Yahtzee Free For All is well worth your attention.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By NBG on December 24, 2008
I bought this game for a few of my daycare children, we all sat down and played it right after they opened it, and we had alot of fun. didn't take very long to figure out the directions. I would recommend this if you want a new twist to the old yahtzee.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Talvi TOP 100 REVIEWER on December 4, 2010
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I've been playing this with my 7 year old and we love it! It is much more fun (and less frustrating) than regular Yahtzee. The game is about rolling dice to try to get a card (e.g., 4 of a kind, 2s, etc.). Or to steal a card that an opponent just won a previous turn. If no card is stolen/rolled, then you use chips to add up (they add up fast on harder cards such as 4 of a kind - making it a trump if you roll a 4 of a kind on your turn!). What makes this fun is that with each roll (and each player gets 3 rolls on their turn), you can go for one of the three cards on the board or try to steal an opponent's card. So there are very few 'wasted' turns as there are with regular yahtzee.

Also of note is the beautiful presentation of this game. It has a fancy fold up board that turns into the box bottom. The top is lined in flocked paper so you have a rolling surface that is contained. The board has special 'holders' for your dice from each turn, and the storage box is flocked also. Even the instructions are beautifully presented in a special die cut fold out. It's ironic you can't see just how interesting this is from the outside of the box.

In all, I've never really liked yahtzee but I greatly enjoyed this game. The presentation and play are first rate, fun, and it is something that is good for a wide range of ages (e.g., if you have a family of 4 of different ages, they can all play together equally with no advantage for someone being older).
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M. Przeslawski on December 20, 2008
We played this last night with myself, my husband, and my daughters ages 11 & 14. It was a lot of fun and a nice twist on Yahtzee. It is def. different than regular Yahtzee so you won't feel like your playing the same old game. I recommend just setting up the game and then playing through it step by step while reading the instructions. It is easiest if you do it that way. It doesn't take very long to figure it out. FUN!
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By Tony on November 18, 2014
Every time I heard Yahtzee mentioned (I, personally, don't MIND Yahtzee too much) it was followed by someone saying Yahtzee Free for All is better than vanilla Yahtzee. And it is, because Yahtzee Free for All is King of Tokyo.

That's not fair to King of Tokyo either because King of Tokyo is still much better. In this game players roll the dice, Yahtzee style, to form a hand in an attempt to match a card from the center of the table. The cards in the center of the table have standard Yahtzee scoring categories on them. In order to score this card after you acquire it though you have to hold onto it until your next turn. Players going after you can steal that card before you can "bank" it by rolling better in that category instead of picking one from the center.

Like I said, it's just King of Tokyo without the special powers which means I'd always rather play King of Tokyo. This game is still fine and a little better than Yahtzee except for one big problem, the way the game ends.

When you run out of cards to put in the center (or chips which are placed when someone doesn't get a card from the center) the game ends. So not only may some players get more turns than others giving them an unfair advantage but cards that are stored waiting to get banked are worthless. This of course makes most people's last turns completely worthless. They might as well not even roll because they won't get any points out of it. Imagine rolling a Yahtzee at the end of the game but not getting to bank it.

Some might say, just score those cards as well, well that's not really a solution either because there's no guarantee they deserve to keep that card. Having the last turn and rolling a bunch of 1s and 2s and taking the chance card for 5 points isn't really fair.
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