Vintage 1985 Greed dice game made by Waddingtons American.
This game appears to be a slight variation on farkle. The main difference is that in Greed a player's score is banked when they have (what in farkle is called) hot dice, so they don't risk it in rolling a fresh set of six dice. All of the other scoring and play characteristics fall within the range of variations reported for farkle.
Unique betting game with special dice and felt playing surface. Roll dice to build up your points score. You decide when to stop rolling. If you risk too many rolls, you could lose all your points. Game comes with dice, playing mat and dice shaker. Came packaged in a tube or a box.
Throw the greed dice to pile up points, but beware! The first time you don’t add to your score, all is lost! Greed is one of the most addictive dice games ever created. Challenged to keep throwing the dice for a better score, players must learn to stop before raw greed overtakes them. A game of strategy verse greed!
Poker dice is known from the latter half of the 19th century. Several variants exist—for example, Spanish poker dice with differing rules and eight-sided dice marked with ace, king, queen, jack, 10, 9, 8, and 7. Poker dice may also be played with ordinary six-sided dice; the sides then count 1 (aces)-6-5-4-3-2 in descending order.
Greed the Dice Game. 195 likes. GREED is one of the most addictive dice games ever created.throw the dice to get a high score but know when to stop before you score nothing at all.
The classic dice game of all or nothing! Greed is quick to learn and impossible to put down! To play, each player needs 500 points in a single round.
GREEDY OVERVIEW:Greedy is a high score dice game in which players roll dice for points. If you can make all 5 dice count for score, pick them all up and keep rolling (If you're feeling lucky.) If none of the dice you roll can count for score, you lose your turn and any points you made during that turn.