Dice of Lies

Players compete to be the last person standing by guessing which dice have been rolled. As each player is eliminated, the balance of power and influence shifts from one player to the next.

Players may lie and misdirect their opponents as to which dice they have rolled in order to influence each other’s guess.

Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer.

Product Contents:
Custom Dice x 30
Cheat Sheets (cards) x 6
Rulebook x 1
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Probability, bluffing and guts

This is a game of probability, bluffing and guts for 3 to 6 players, aged 8 years or higher. You can combine more than one box together to have an even larger number of players. Doing so doesn’t change any of the rules.

Age: 8 years +
Duration: 15 minutes
Players: 3 – 6

What's In the Box

Dice of Lies’ components are made of the highest quality. The dice have a velvety smooth matte finish, while the cheat sheets are printed on 360gsm cards ensuring long-lasting durability.

6 Cheat Sheets

Cheat Sheets

30 Custom Dice

Custom Dice

1 Rulebook


What People Are Saying

Dice of Lies is a fast-paced, addictive game of chance and skill. The game was quick to learn and was perfect to bring to recent family and social gatherings to avoid awkward Covid conversation. 10/10 would buy again.

Henry Morris

Such a fun, fast-paced and easy to pickup game that has so a lot of social depth. The probability outcomes are quick to understand, but the lies and bluff bring the game to a whole new level. Plenty of fun with large groups and learners, especially with a few drinks in hand too. I’ve purchased a stack of copies as they’re a great universal gift – 10/10!

Jimmy Gordon

Dice of lies is a fun, interactive, fast-paced game. The element of bluffing and deceiving your opponents adds a completely unpredictable play style causing constant power shifts on the table. It’s quick turn-by-turn basis keeps everybody on their toes. Overall, we had a brilliant time playing this game.

Luke Howes

This is the kind of game you can play with ‘non-gamers’ as much as you can with experienced gamers! It is highly fun, easy and fast to learn. The complexity exists in the social aspect of the game – who you choose to ally with or make enemies from. It is fast-paced and something that can be played over and over again. Keep it in the glove box so you bring it everywhere!

Dana Bourne