Steve Maling thinks the odds are in his favor when it comes to the success of his new board game. After more than $40,000 and a two-year patent process, the Chester County resident hopes Deception Dice will catch on.
Maling told the Kennett Paper his multi-player dice game could cross markets into the gambling and mobile app worlds, but he’s sticking with the traditional stuff for now.
Here’s how to play:
Roll your dice in your cup and leave them hidden.
Bets are based on the number of times a specific number is rolled, so take a look at your dice and place a bet
Be prepared for a challenge at every turn, which could snatch one of your die away. These and other game-changers will be important.
Lose all your dice and you’re out.
The game, based on the Liar’s Dice game, currently retails for $39.99 on a site Maling set up.