A game for two players with a very light billiards theme, where dice are used to represent the balls. Most of your dice begin showing a single pip, which means that it can move one space. Once you move a single-pip die, you must then turn the die so that it shows two pips, which means that the next time it is moved, it must now move two spaces, but only in a straight line (unless it is banked off of the edge of the board). The final three faces of the die are not numbers but symbols that give the die special movement abilities, such as the ability to jump over another die. Once a die has been moved six time, it reverts back to a single-pip die. The game ends when one player has managed to move a die into an opposing pocket.