Yahtzee is the classic game of rolling dice and shouting "Yahtzee" every time you get five-of-kind. It's a great family friendly game that is simple to learn and easy to play. Yahtzee now has a few new looks with these collector's editions. Fans of the Fallout games should definitely look for the Vault Boy edition. Disney fans can choose from several The Nightmare Before Christmas collector's and anniversary editions. Or if you are constantly on the go, check out the Handheld Digital and National Parks versions of Yahtzee. The National Parks edition comes with fun facts about the featured parks.
These special editions of Yahtzee come with custom dice, playing pieces, and rules about how to play Battle Yahtzee. Battle Yahtzee and Yahtzee Duels give players a game with a bit more of a competitive edge. Pirates of the Caribbean, Alien vs. Predator, Deadpool, and The Walking Dead editions all come with a custom game board to play Battle Yahtzee. Challenge your friends and see who can roll to win! Vote up the best editions of Yahtzee you love to play.
- Use the Treasure Chest from A Link Between Worlds as the dice cup.
- Custom translucent dice.
- The dice represent colorful Rupees from the Zelda game.
- Includes scoring pad and game instructions.
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- Detailed and durable model of Serenity.
- Use Serenity as the dice cup.
- Easy to clean.
- Great for gameplay or decoration.
- Play the classic game of Yahtzee with the ship from Firefly.
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- Includes Oogie Boogie custom dice cup.
- 5 movie replica custom dice.
- Great for Yahtzee and The Nightmare Before Christmas collectors.
- Oogie Boogie dice cup is great for playing and displaying.
- Scoring pad and game instructions included.
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- Packaging is a replica of the movie poster from 1975.
- Collectible custom Jaws dice cup.
- Great for playing or displaying.
- Score pad and game instructions are included.
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