Introduction: Yahtzee Pod

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Can't find a good game to play? I like playing Yahtzee,
Its Fun to with anyone, its simple and enjoyable.
But Don't have yahtzee? Well follow this easy Instructable to makeing a cool, small yahtzee game.

Oh, and before you read please note this is my first, tell me what you think, and more importantly have fun!

Step 1: Get Supplies

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What you will need to make this...
5 Dice
tennis ball tube
Rules document
Tape/paste
Score sheet, however many,
Scissors
and some people to play with

Download this pic
and print coppies
this is your score sheet.

Step 2: Download Some More

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In the preivos step you printed out the scoresheet
now you will print out the rules

You might want to cut it so it will fit in the bottle,

Then download the yahtzee sing
print and cut these two out.

Step 3: Assemble

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Now throw in the dice, fit in the scoresheets and rules and paste/glue on the sing and... Presto!

Have fun!

Comments

inquisitive (author)2007-10-29

Very nice, I used to play with my parents and we used to just make our own score sheets on a tablet.

cpup22 (author)2007-02-01

This is pretty cool but if you have access to a computer why not just make it easier on yourself and just carry around the dice. If you go to http://www.yahtzeescoresheet.com you can enter your scores online for free and it'll add all the totals for you right there on the screen. It's free and VERY cool.

dreamerJGM (author)2006-10-29

Just wanted to thank you for having done this. We had everything we needed to play except the score sheets and I looked all over the internet trying to find a printable copy of the genuine thing. I couldn't find it anywhere else and finally I stumbled upon this site and your do-it-yourself game. I copied the picture..enlarged it just a bit since my hubby and I don't have the vision we used to, and now we're back to playing regularly. Thanks a bunch!!!

You are welcome

VelvetElvis (author)2006-10-05

Here's a clearer alternative for the sheets:
http://www.gamingcorner.nl/images/sheets/yahtzee-3.pdf

The Muffin Man (author)2006-09-26

wow nice idea

ve2vfd (author)2006-09-26

I liked your idea so much, I made an "environmantally friendly" version by only printing 1 score card and laminating it. I keep score on it with a whiteboard dry-marker and just re-use the card forever.

Yakeyglee (author)2006-09-25

neat

mrbob1000 (author)2006-09-25

probably verry for spending 10-20 dollars on it

theRIAA (author)2006-09-24

i wonder how pissed the 1st guy to open up a yatzee box was... "wtf, its just some dice and cups and paper!"

The Muffin Man (author)2006-09-24

Wow thanks guys i never thought it would be that cool! Well enjoy and if you need any more score sheets or anything just tell me so i can upload some

mrbob1000 (author)2006-09-24

i love yahtze! but man this is pure genius and i think he meant this as a "build a yatzee game from scrach" kind of thing because note that he told us to go out and buy some dice and stuff and how he supplied the manual and the score sheets

ikarias (author)2006-09-24

Simple, yet funny. I never thought of saving my yahtzee gear this way. I also like that you added a sheet and a ruleset to play with.

zachninme (author)2006-09-24

Although this is more-than-obvious, I think I might actually throw away my yahtzee box for this alternative. I like how the container doubles as a shaker :-)

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