Kiriki (Linux)

Kiriki Linux On the left you chose the dices to re-roll. If you are finished, simply click on the wanted category on the scoring sheet

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Kiriki is an implementation of the Yahtzee dice game. The player throws five dices for up to three times, keeping back those dices already on a desirable number. The player has to fill 13 categories, like collecting specific numbers, building streets out of 4 or 5 successive numbers, or a full house with three of a kind and a pair. All rules from the original game are valid: you get a bonus of 35 if reaching at least 63 in the upper part. Reaching five of a kind is called "Kiriki" here, and also rewarded with 50 points.

Kiriki allows up to six players at the same time, of which any can be played by the computer. A high-score table can be reached.

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Kiriki Linux On the left you chose the dices to re-roll. If you are finished, simply click on the wanted category on the scoring sheet
Kiriki Linux The random number generator grants me a favour
Kiriki Linux The high-score table is initially empty

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Jo ST (24080) added Kiriki (Linux) on Sep 22, 2015