Created by game designer Richard Bong in the year 2008, Yahtzee Free for All is a game that uses a free-for-all format played by two to six people. The entire playing field is made of a hexagonal box that resembles a three dimensional die. The box, once unfolded, can also serve as a playing mat. Other components of the game are thirty dice; five per player, a set of chips, and thirty-six cards with thirteen Yahtzee categories, each has different point amounts.
The potential win
is dependent on the combination of the rolls. The game ends once all the cards and all the chips are used up. At the end of the game, the player with the most points—determined by the amount of chips and cards he has—is proclaimed the winner. Game chips also serve as opportunities to increase points. These are won by the player when a certain combination is rolled. In this game, price of xenical players must steal cards from other players depending on their rolls. The more cards, the closer he gets to become the winner.
Yahtzee is indeed a fun game that promises non-stop fun for the entire family.