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How to Play
The game starts with each player choosing their car. This game can be played with 2-4 players. The youngest person starts, rolling the dice. If the side is empty, he or she places one of their movement tiles (a 1x1 of their colour) on the dice. They then move one space on the track. If the dice lands on a side with an orange 2x1 tile, the player may place one of his/her tiles down and advance their car to the next orange brick. Each player goes, following those rules. If a player rolls a side with other player tiles on it, each person with a tile on that side moves as many spaces. If a person has placed more than one of their tiles on the die's side, they move as many spaces as they have tiles. They game is completed when one player reaches the end.
There are several other variables to take note of. Scattered on the track are several black cylindrical bricks. If a player hits one, he or she must take one of their tiles off of the dice. That is the end of the player's turn. The track is composed of two lanes, which players may switch back and forth through the orange 3x1 bricks.
This is a LEGO Game, and one of the qualities of LEGO is the factor of imagination. Whoever plays this game has the ability to change any part of it.
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Race 3000 from LEGO Games: A new way to play! Do you have what it takes to cross the finish line first and win the trophy? Use shortcuts, overtake or turbo boost past your opponents to get in front and change lanes to avoid the oil slicks in your way. The LEGO® Dice brings a new twist on a classic racing game for 2 to 4 players. Game play approximately 20-30 minutes.