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Big Bang Theory Rock Paper Scissors Lizard Spock Game
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- Connect with your inner nerd
- Have you ever wondered how to play "Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock" (Sheldon's alternative to rock–paper–scissors)?
- With the RPSLS dice game, you have your chance
- Challenge your friends or challenge your enemies
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Connect with your inner nerd Have you ever wondered how to play "Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock" (Sheldon's alternative to rock–paper–scissors)? With the RPSLS dice game, you have your chance Challenge your friends or challenge your enemies
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Have you ever wondered how to play "Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock" (Sheldon's alternative to rock–paper–scissors)? With the RPSLS dice game, you have your chance. Challenge your friends or challenge your enemies.
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Just like in the show, the game is a twist on rock paper scissors, but instead of actually using your hand to make the gestures, you instead roll dice and basically try to earn/steal chips/points until you're the only with points/chips left.
The rules are simple/easy to learn and contain an easy diagram to understand which symbols win/lose.
It's a little odd b/c you're not really rolling dice *against* each other, so much as trying to roll the dice for points.
It's not really skill based, but it's still fun b/c you're rolling dice and it's silly, which is kind of the point.
The dice themselves are surprisingly nice - they don't feel super cheap, and the case makes it easy to carry around although a plastic bag could do the same thing.