How to Play Going To Town

Going to Town is a fun and easy-to-learn dice game that can be played with two or more players. Here’s how to play:

  1. Each player starts with three dice.
  2. The first player rolls all three dice. The objective is to roll the highest possible score by adding up the numbers on the dice.
  3. If a player rolls a 1, that die is set aside and cannot be rerolled. The player can choose to reroll the remaining dice, or stop and score the total of the remaining dice.
  4. If a player rolls two 1’s, those dice are set aside and the player loses all points for that round. Play then passes to the next player.
  5. If a player rolls three 1’s, they immediately win the game.
  6. Play continues in this way with each player taking turns rolling the three dice.
  7. The first player to reach a predetermined score, such as 1,000 or 5,000 points, wins the game.

Overall, Going to Town is a simple and fun dice game that requires both luck and strategy. It’s a great game to play with friends or family and can be adapted for different skill levels by adjusting the target score.