How To Play Dice Role Group Game

Looking for an easy and fun game, that requires zero set up, and is perfect for both children and adults? Well, then you should try the Dice Role game. This group game is a great icebreaker and can be played anytime or anywhere. So, let’s take a look at the dice role game that doesn’t even r require any dice.

Features of the Dice Role Game

 ★  Game Name Dice Role
 ★  Group size any
★  Age any (6+)
 ★  Type active
 ★  Skill acting / memory
 ★  Place indoor
★  Time up to 10 – 20 min
 ★  Preparation no
 ★  Materials no

Aim of the Game

The aim of the Dice Role is simple: If you are the first person to complete an action called out, you win. But don’t worry, this game is not too easy, and the difficulty can be adjusted easily.

Group Size and Age

It’s quite simple, this game can be played by adults or children. Additionally, there are a number of alternative versions to this game to accommodate both small and large groups.

Preparation and Needed Materials

All you need is just your imagination.

How to Play the Dice Role Game

Alright, let’s get down to it. There may not be any dice in this game, but you will be using the numbers found on a dice, namely 1-6. To each number, you will assign an action. For example:

  • 1 = a spin
  • 2 = fist bump
  • 3 = macarena
  • 4 = be a monkey
  • 5 = cast a spell
  • 6 = do a push up

Step 1: One person is the commander and stands at the front, facing everyone else. In this game, it’s everyone for themselves, so no teams.

Step 2:The commander shouts out a number, and the first person to complete the action associated with that number wins that turn.

One round contains 10 turns (or whatever works for you). You can play three rounds and whoever has the most points by the end, wins. You can extent this game by allowing the winner of the round to become a commander and choose 6 new actions to accompany the numbers. 

As you can see, this game can be made as easy or as difficult as your imagination allows. Get weirder and more complicated with the actions; for an added challenge, instead of shouting out the numbers, shout out equations instead.

Alternative (Educational) ways to play the Dice Role Game

This way everyone must solve the equation and do the task associated with that number. That makes this game great for school activities, parties, team building, fitness and sports, bachelor/bachelorette parties, and anything else you could think of.

Alternative versions of this game could include two commanders instead of one or creating themed rounds. In the first round, the category could be dance moves. In the next, all numbers could relate to occupation, animal sounds, etc.

Make the game your own and have fun!