Lock and Roll!

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Show possible scores : on off
 Three match Four match
 Two Pairs Triple and Pair Run of four Run of five Anything All match! Your score:

## Lock and Roll Version 1.2: Rules

The aim of the game is to roll the dice and achieve the highest total score in each of 14 categories. You can choose to roll all the dice or roll some and lock others. You can have up to three rolls before you must then choose a category to score your 5 dice.
You can only score in each category once, except for Match! when all 5 dice are the same, which can be scored as many times as you can!

### How to Play

• Click on any button to start the game and roll all 5 dice.
• EITHER score the dice as shown by clicking on one of the 14 scoring categories on your Score Card.
If your chosen category does not apply to the dice shown (for instance you have no 1s showing but you select ONES) you will score 0 for that round.
• OR you may choose some dice to lock () so that they will not be rolled next time. Just click on a dice to lock it and click it again to unlock it, and then again.
• After at most three rolls you must then score the dice shown, choosing one of the 14 categories for that roll.
Click on the category or on the score-box to choose that category.
Remember: you can only score once in each category.
• Use the Show possible scores checkbox to show how you can score in all available categories.

### Scoring Categories to aim for

There are 14 scoring categories:
• Ones Score the total of dice showing .
• Twos Score the total of dice showing .
• Threes Score the total of dice showing .
• Fours Score the total of dice showing .
• Fives Score the total of dice showing .
• Sixes Score the total of dice showing .
• Three match Score the total of all 5 dice if there are three dice (or more) showing the same number.
• Four match Score the total of all 5 dice if there are four dice (or more) showing the same number.
• Triple and Pair If there are three dice the same and the other two are the same pair then score 25.
• Two pairs Score the sum of the 4 dice that make the two pairs.
• Run of four Four (or all five) of the dice show consecutive numbers. Score 30.
• Run of five All five of the dice can be rearranged to show 5 consecutive numbers. Score 40.
• Anything Even if nothing else applies, this category always will but you can only use it once. Score the total of all 5 dice.
• All match! All 5 dice show the same number. This is the only category that can be scored more than once. Score 50 for each All match!. But if you choose this category without 5 matching dice showing, you will score 0 and then you cannot score any more in this category even if you do roll 5 identical dice later!

Ron Knott, Created: January 2001;