In this modern Asian dice game, you and your fellow players are developing menus to become the best zi char (Singaporean for Chinese restaurant) eatery in town.
Every turn, the active player rolls all 6 dice, determining which to keep. Once locked in, all the other players have the chance to use only the ingredients on the 4 white dice to cook their dishes.
There are lots of ways to score points, including keeping an eye out for special abilities as well as chaining combos to maximize your points. But above all, don't waste your ingredients!
Wok and Roll comes with two menus, Simple and Expert, so there's lots of different ways to play.
A follow up to the Asian-restaurant-themed original, Origame is back with Wok and Roll: The Korean Wave. Join Bob for a peek.
A beautifully paced, lightweight roll and write from Origame, Wok and Roll comes with a bit of a twist. Join Bob as he checks it out.
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