D-Day Dice

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  • Regular price $60.00

Normandy, June 6th, 1944 – as you land on the well-defended beaches, a German machine gun nest is killing your comrades like flies. You must do something!

In D-Day Dice, players are Allied soldiers trying to organize improvised units for an attack against the machine gun nest. Each player starts the game with a unit of a few soldiers and nothing else. As the game progresses, he will collect resources and advance on the beach, sector by sector, as his unit grows stronger and deadlier. He will succeed...or die trying.

D-Day Dice is a multiplayer co-op game, where all players play their turn simultaneously and must help each other in order to stay alive. It also includes solitaire optional rules. Although built around dice rolling, this game is about resource management (soldiers, specialists, items and courage) and knowing when to move your unit. Resources are kept from turn to turn, so the players can plan ahead.

Note: This listing is for the commercial version of D-Day Dice. To download and play the game now, go to D-Day Dice: Free Trial Version.

The rules are here: D-DAY DICE (COMMERCIAL) RULES

Box content:

  • 4 sets of 6 engraved "resource dice" (2 Red, 2 White, 2 Blue)
  • 4 special "Unit marker" dice (player tokens that double as turn markers)
  • 4 regular d6 (for Machine-Gun Fire and Landmines)
  • 4 Resource cards (with dials for each of the 4 resources)
  • 4 player aids
  • 52 Regular Specialist cards (4 sets of 13, in each color)
  • 11 Unique Specialist cards
  • 10 Regular Item cards
  • 18 Special Item cards
  • 6 Vehicle cards
  • 12 Award cards
  • 8 Battle Maps (printed on 4 double-sided boards)
  • 1 Rulebook

Kickstarter Exclusive:

Kickstarter Item:

  • Set of 5 Dice Pouches with logo

Kickstarter Bonuses:

You can play the Free Trial Version of D-Day Dice on VASSAL by CLICKING HERE (thanks to Eric Herman)

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Design Competitions:
2010 Concours International de Créateurs de Jeux de Société (France), Finalist (for "Les Dés du Débarquement")
2010 Canadian Game Design Contest, Finalist

Other Awards:
2010 BGG Golden Geek Nominee (Free Trial Version)