Dicey is a dangerously unpredictable party game for those who aren't afraid to have fun. Here's how to play:
Players have the potential to roll one of four colors. Each color represents a card category and corresponds with a deck to draw from: Group Play, Face Off, Wild Card, and Rules.
Group Play. Get ready for action! In Group Play games, most or all players will participate. The losing player or party completes the punishment provided.
Face Off. A player draws a card and selects another player to compete against in the head-to-head challenge listed on the card. The player who drew the card goes first, and the group determines the winner. The losing player must complete the punishment provided.
Wild Card. Wild Cards serve up an assortment of Dicey's most insane games. We apologize in advance if you draw one of these cards and recommend the group pull out their phones to document your misery.
Rules. Each card lays out a rule the drawer or group must abide by for a specified amount of time. Any time the rule is broken while in effect, the offender must follow the punishment indicated on the card.
Dicey Logo Sticker
Dicey Game- 84 game cards, instructions, 12-sided die, and a sleek portable box
Dicey Shot Glass
Dicey Bottle Opener
After leaving behind his mediocre college football career, Logan Murphy went on the hunt for a hobby to fill some of his newfound free time. Soon it became his resolute passion to create the single most outrageous and all-around best drinking game of all time—a drinking game that would put to shame the run-of-the-mill college/basement/frat party games his friends had grown bored of and could turn any low key kickback into a night of unforgettable infamy. While working at a university fundraiser to make some beer money, Logan sketched out the skeleton of a game that featured group drinking challenges and hysterical punishments.
That weekend, following an all-out brawl between guests over a game of pong that destroyed half the furniture at his house, Logan built a spinning wheel out of a broken coffee table. Having used most of his creativity thinking up savage punishments, he called it "The Wheel of Fun"—later, "The Wheel" for short.
It Takes a Village to Make a Drinking Game
Logan's best friends, Joe Spisak and Matt Smith, loved the game so much they wanted in—the boys spent the next year iterating the game and testing it by playing at every party they went to. By their senior year, the game had become a local hit and soon they were getting requests to host "Wheel" parties from strangers and friends alike.
It was hard to ignore the growing number of requests for them to make copies of "The Wheel" for converted diehards, so they decided to give the people what they wanted. Over two years of market research, they ditched the wheel in favor of a more portable 12-sided die, invented ridiculous new mini games, imagined a mischievous mascot, and chose a snappy new name—and Dicey was officially born!
Now we're excited to share our game with all of you! We hope Dicey gives you as many insane stories, priceless moments, and timeless memories as it has given us. And don't forget to live up to Dicey's motto—get UP TO NO GOOD!
Risks and challenges
The main challenge we're facing is capital—we know there is demand, we've tested the game rigorously, and we've even spent a considerable chunk of change (and time) creating a prototype version of the game to understand the ins and outs of working with our manufacturer (see photo above).
Pre-sales through Kickstarter will allow us to manufacture these little babies at scale, plus all the sick merch we've designed just for you! (Check out the full merch list in the rewards section.) We've already started designing Dicey expansion packs so you can keep the party train rolling forever!!! 😈😈
Dicey is a party game intended for responsible adults ages 21 and over. It does not require the use of alcohol. The developers, publishers, and sellers of this game do not advocate the abuse of alcoholic beverages or any other form of alcohol abuse. Play Dicey LLC and its managing members do not take any responsibility for the effect consuming alcohol may have on people or for the outcomes that may be caused by playing the game. Please drink responsibly.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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