A press your luck style dice game where players keep rolling to rack up more points but have to be careful of rolling a Zilch.

This game is also known as "Dice 10000", "Dix Mille", "6-Dice", "Ten Grand", "Torro", and many others.

With a set of customizable options, you can setup the game to play your favorite varient of the popular game.

Simultaneous mode takes advantage of the multi-touch table to allow many games of Zilch to be played at the same time with each game being passed around by the computer to the next player.

Game Summary

A press your luck dice game that can be played like normal or in simultaneous mode.
1-10 players
15-45 minutes


  • Windows 7+
  • Multi-touch input

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Installation and detailed requirements

Detailed requirements

Game requires one multi-touch PC with the following hardware:
  • Input - Multi-touch Windows HID or TUIO device that supports as many touches as there are players.
  • OS - Windows 7 or later
  • CPU - Core 2/i3 or M/Atom 1.6 GHz+
  • GPU - Intel HD 3000+ or any modern video card with DX9 support
  • RAM - 1 GB

Install and Setup

Run the installer and follow the prompts. If you are using the DISC launcher, install to a directory you have added to the launcher. The launcher will detect the game.


The basic game involves rolling six dice. Select one set of dice that score and then press on by rolling the remaining dice or take the score that you currently have. If you roll any number of dice an nothing scores, you zilch, score 0 points and pass the dice to the next player.

If you score points, you pass the dice as-is to the next player. That player may start over by rolling all 6 dice, or they may resume where you left off and start with your score, but they must roll the remaining dice at least once and not zilch.

In all varients a single '1' or '5' scores along with three of a kind. Other ways of scoring (straight, all pairs, 6-die zilch, full house) and the number of points each set is worth can be customized.

You can turn on simultaneous mode by setting the number of games greater than one. This can be confusing for beginners but the computer runs the number of simultaneous games selected and passes the dice and score card for each game around to the correct player. Each game will have a different player order.

Full rules for Dice 10000 can be found on Wikipedia