A Jenga game played with dice is called a numerical or mathematical game. Once a dice has been rolled, a player is forced to remove the block, which corresponds to the number of the dice rolled.

So, what are the rules of Jenga with dice? **All the 54 blocks in Jenga with dice are numbered. A player has to roll the dice before removing a block from the stack to place on top of the tower. **

**Furthermore, play the game with up to four dice, and it’s suitable for two to six players. Once the dice are rolled, a player has to remove a block corresponding to the dice rolled. **

**After carefully removing the block from the stack, a player must place the numbered block at the top of the tower. The player should roll the dice before taking their turn. **

**If the numbered block removed from the stack causes the tower to fall, then the player who played it loses the game.**

Note, players can decide to make their own house rules regarding the gameplay with dice. For example, some may decide how many dices they need in the game or deal with repetitive numbers. Others may opt for subtraction, multiplication, or addition.

When playing dice Jenga, players use the same basic rules as that of the classic Jenga game, but the only difference is the use of dice to determine which block to remove. Answered below are frequently asks questions about the rules for playing Jenga with dice, lets get into it!

## Can you touch more than one block at a time in Jenga?

**Absolutely, there is nothing wrong with a player touching multiple blocks to find out which block is loose and easy to remove. However, a player may only use one hand to touch, tap, remove or replace a block on the tower. **

Note, if the player causes the tower to fall, they lose the game. Sometimes it may not be their fault, but another player’s fault while removing or placing their block. Therefore, it’s always good to fix any loose blocks to make the stack and the tower as stable as possible.

In the Jenga game, when a player is pushing or pulling a block out, the adjacent block may move, making it looser than the other blocks. As a result, a player should fix it before touching another block.

That implies a player cannot touch another block when they have already started removing the block. The key principle is that a player can touch one block at a time, and only with one hand.

## How many dice can you play Jenga?

**Jenga with dice can either be played with one die, two dice, or four dice. Once the dice have been rolled, a player gets to remove the block that corresponds to the number rolled. **

For instance, if a player rolls 5 and 3 for the two rolls, the player should remove the block numbered 15 because 5×3=15. Depends on whether you are playing addition or multiplication.

All the blocks used in Jenga are labeled from 1 to 36 when two dice are used because each player must rolls both and multiple the numbers before removing a block. 36 is the maximum number a player can find in the dice Jenga because the maximum product outcome of two faces of two six-sided dice is 36.

When one die is used, the player has to make one roll, and remove as many blocks as the number indicated on the face-up side of the dice.

When four dice are used, the block removed is determined by the sum of all four die. The blocks are numbered from 4 to 24 because the maximum sum a player can achieve from the four dice is 24

## How to play Jenga with dice

There are a few ways to play a Jenga game with dice. First determine the number of dice being used, and then decide whether to use addition or multiplication when using more than one dice.

### Jenga with one die

In this case, a player rolls only one die. Once the roll is taken, the number that appears from the roll determines how many blocks are removed during the turn.

For example, if the face-up die indicates 3, a player has to remove three blocks from the stack and add to the top of the tower. This poses a challenge from the original gameplay because two blocks are not typically removed during a turn.

You can also label the blocks from 1 through 6, and the dice determines which blocks are available for the turn. The player then only removes and replaces one of the blocks that corresponds to the number on the dice.

### Jenga with two dice

A player rolls two dice. Since the Jenga game comes with 54 blocks, a player should label each of the 54 blocks with numbers from 1 to 36 using an erasable marker.

The block removed will depend on the multiplication outcome of the two rolls. A player has to get the product of the two rolls.

For instance, if the player rolls 2 and 3, respectively, the player should remove a block numbered 6.

Adversely, the game can be played with addition as well. Label the blocks with numbers from 1 to 12 if using addition tables.

### Jenga with four dice

Four dice are rolled to determine the outcome. A player has to add all the four rolls together and then remove a Jenga block that corresponds to that number added on the dice.

Each of the 54 blocks is assigned numbers from 1 to 24 because that is the highest possible sum of all four six-sided dice.

### What are the rules of Jenga with dice?

- Everyone uses the same number of dice whether it is one, two or four dice. When the use one dies, the roll made is one, and the player as to take as many blocks as the number turned up at the top face of the dice after the roll. When two dice are used, a player takes two rolls, and the block removed results from the outcome of the products of the two rolls, similar goes for playing Jenga with four dice.
- Each of the 54 blocks in the Jenga game must be numbered when using dice, especially if playing with more than one dice. When two dice are used, each block is numbered from 1 to 12 or 36, and when four dice are used number from 1 to 24. Hence a player can repeat the sequence twice.
- Unlike normal Jenga, the block in Jenga dice is removed after the dice have been rolled to decide which specific block will be removed. The rolling of the dice happens before a player takes their turn.
- When four dice are used, a player must add all the numbers together and remove the block corresponding to that power. With two dice, you can play either addition or multiplication.

## Jenga With Dice Rules: Conclusion

With dice, Jenga has a unique gameplay that dictates how many or which specific blocks are played.

**Roll the dice before removing a block from the stack to the tower. All blocks are numbered depending on how many dice are used in the game. **

When the game is played with only one die, the player removes as many blocks as indicated on the face up the **number on the die** after the roll. Another option is to label all the blocks from 1 to 6 and the player has the option to pull one of the blocks that corresponds to the number rolled on the dice.

When two dice are used, the block removed is the addition or multiple of the number for the two rolls. In this regard, the blocks are **numbered from 1 to 12 or 1 to 36**.

When four dice are used, the player has to remove the block that corresponds with the addition of the dice total. The blocks are numbered from 4 to 24 because the maximum sum from the **four dice is 24**.

A player can touch multiple blocks, but can only **play with one hand**. The player may touch other blocks apart from the one they are removing to fix any loose blocks so that they don’t disadvantage their opponent.

Jenga with dice can be played with **one die, two dice, or four dice**. Whenever players use two or four dice, respectively, each block has to be numbered, but with one dice there is a game that can be played without numbering each block.