For my GAMEKIT, I went with the Find Play in Things model.
The materials are pretty simple. A pair of different color die, and a bunch of coins.
While messing around with the materials, I wound up doing a lot of stacking. People seem to like holding the worlds tallest building title, so that’s why I decided to call the game The Towers of Dubai (at over half a mile high, Dubai currently has the tallest building in the world), and pretended these coins were buildings.
The gameplay is driven by the luck of the die. The green dice here determines the type of coin in play: 1 = penny, 2 = nickel, 3 = dime, 4 = quarter, 5 & 6 = skip turn. The white dice determines the number of coins in play, so G3W5 would mean 5 dimes are in play.
- If your tower falls, the fallen coins are out of the game, and the other player keeps them. Forever.
- If a certain denomination of coin runs out, the corresponding number on the green dice becomes a skip.
- If a certain denomination of coin is less than what the white dice calls for, just use them all.
- No adjusting your tower to make it more stable.
Stack as many coins as you can before the community pot of coins runs out. Get rich.
Surprisingly, even with free money up for grabs, I had to demo this game pretending to be two people. Here’s a run through: