Farkle is a game of chance that has been enjoyed for over 700 years. Sir Albert Farkle, while in Iceland in the 16th Century, invented the version normally played during the colonial period.
Children always played for fun, but adults were known to gamble on games that used dice, like Farkle.
Over the years, the game has seen many variations – and that’s part of the fun. But the essentials have remained the same. You need 6 dice, a tablet for scoring, and a pencil.
Contents: 6 dice, basic rules.
Visit the farm and the gatehouse shop for a wider variety of dice and other games.
And, for a more pirate-inspired version of Farkle the gatehouse shop has dice made of bone for sale!