“Shipwrecked” can also refer to a dice game that is played with six dice and a scoring sheet. The objective of the game is to score as many points as possible by rolling combinations of dice.

Here are the basic rules for playing “Shipwrecked” dice game:

  1. Each player takes turns rolling all six dice. After each roll, the player can choose to keep any number of dice and re-roll the rest up to two more times.
  2. The goal is to roll specific combinations of dice to score points. The combinations and their corresponding point values are as follows:
  • Three of a kind: 100 points
  • Four of a kind: 200 points
  • Five of a kind: 500 points
  • Six of a kind: 1,000 points
  • A straight (1-2-3-4-5-6): 1,500 points
  • Two sets of three of a kind: 1,500 points
  • Three pairs: 1,500 points
  1. If a player rolls a scoring combination, they must set aside those dice and choose to either end their turn and score the points, or continue rolling the remaining dice in an attempt to score more points. If a player does not roll a scoring combination, they score zero points for that turn.
  2. If a player scores any points during their turn, they can choose to end their turn and keep their score, or continue rolling the remaining dice in an attempt to score more points. However, if the player rolls again and does not score any points, they lose all points earned during that turn and their turn ends.
  3. The game continues with each player taking turns rolling the dice and attempting to score points. The first player to reach a predetermined score (usually 5,000 points) wins the game.

“Shipwrecked” dice game is a fun and easy-to-learn game that can be played with just a set of dice and a group of friends.