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Get the most worms of all players to win this game.
You are one of the few chickens fighting over a nice meal of worms.
There are a set of tiles placed at the center of the game,
each tile has 2 values,the first is a number and the second is the number of worms.

Game play

Players roll a handful of six sided dice which has faces from 1 till 5 and a worm.
The worm is also counted as 5, but players are required to roll a worm before they may pick one.
Each time players roll their die, they need to select a certain result and keep all dice with that result.
The rest of the dice are rolled the players can’t make unique sets anymore or decide to stop.
The added value of all dice should then be equal or higher then a worm on the field
or on top of your opponent’s stack of worms.
If so that player make take a worm of choice and add it to his own stack,
even if this means taking it away from the top of another player’s stack.

It the player only rolls duplicate results or his results are too low,
he needs to add the worm on top of his stack back into the field.
Would that worm be of lower value, the worm with the highest value shall escape.
The tile with the highest number will be flipped face down is counted out of the game, which helps progressing the game.

When the field is emptied, players count their number of worms they got
and the one with the most worms wins.


This game exists of a pile of sturdy and hard plastic tiles and some wooden dice.
The overall quality is very nice.


While this game is mostly based on luck with a tad of strategy,
it is very fun and challenging to play together.
If you like dice games a good laugh is guaranteed 🙂

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A fistful of Penguins is about dealing with animals to cash in.
Players take turns into rolling their dice to try and get certain combinations of results.
These dice have different animals printed on each side and each animal has a different value.
Some of these animals only got or built up value when combined with others or in multiples.

Players get to choose if they want to re-roll or add another die for each penguin they trade in.
Another possibility is to buy a die with an hidden value from another player.

The goal is to get the highest sum of money after playing a few rounds.
Unused penguin tokens you gained during the game are worth $1 each afterwards.


The game exists of dice, chips, tokens and a few game guides.
The overall quality of the materials are kind of average to low.

There are these special made dice, which can come short when you play with 6 player and someone buys dice.

You got brown chips and black chips which stand for kangaroo chips and penguin chips respectively.
But the game come with a sheet of stickers where you need to paste the images on the chips.

The small cardboard guides which tells you the possible ways to score are also short on numbers.
Players need to share them instead of each player one.

The only solid and good-looking materials are the penguin counters, which comes in 2 colors.
These look very neat and add some value to the game.

Next to the above materials, there are also some chips in 3 different colors.
These are used as money for payouts, buying stuff and of course winning.


Although the game components are on the lower side, the game is quite fun for once in a while.
It does require some math to calculate the best score and chances to roll the right dice.
A great addition to this game is the ability for players to trade with the turn player.

I could recommend groups with casual gamers, but a little bit of math is required.
It could get boring if players are bad at calculations.

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