How To Play Hiccup Dice

19 Nov

How to play Hiccup Dice:

Inspired from the people who brought you Gorilla Dice.

Number of Players: 1 – 8
Ages 0 – Infinity
Contents of Box:
6 Official Hiccup Dice
8 Official Hiccup Sticks
8 Water Glasses
8 Spit Towels
8 Score Pads
1 Over-size Official Hiccup Dice Mustache
1 Square Official Hiccup Dice Arena 
Assemble the Official Hiccup Dice Arena 

Give each player a Official Hiccup Stick, a Water Glass, and a Spit Towel.

Official Hiccup Dice and Over-size Official Hiccup Dice Mustache go next to the Official Hiccup Arena.

Roll to see who goes first. High roll wins unless a six is rolled. Sixes don’t count. We tried to make a five sided dice, but it wouldn’t roll properly and cut the inside of our test panel’s cheeks. Once the first player has been determined, play goes clockwise, skipping every other person or gender.


Be the first player to roll a Hiccup (6 dice of the same number) and a Belch (5 dice in ascending order)

On each turn:

Player puts all the Official Hiccup Dice in their mouth. Tumble Official Hiccup Dice like you would be swishing mouthwash. Then spit in the Official Hiccup Arena. You get three tries to roll 6 dice of the same number or 5 dice in ascending order. You may leave the dice you need in the Official Hiccup Arena.

If you roll 3 sixes at any point, on your next “roll” you must place the Official Hiccup Stick in your mouth. Continue to roll with the Official Hiccup Stick in your mouth. If you roll 4 sixes on any given turn, you must place the Official Hiccup Stick in your mouth and  drink 1/4 cup of water from the Water Glass before “rolling” your next turn. If you “roll” five or six sixes, you have rolled a “Harding” and must wear the Over-size Official Hiccup Dice Mustache until the next person rolls a “Harding.”

Use the Spit Towel to wipe the Official Hiccup Dice off before passing to another player.

Alternate Avanced Rules:

1) The Person wearing the mustache can not win and must get rid of it before declaring him or herself the winner.
2) If you laugh with the Official Hiccup Stick in your mouth, the first person to call a LaLa can steal your turn.
3) You get one extra dice roll for playing the game while on top of a donkey.
4) Players have to exchange one article of clothing every time a two is rolled.
5) Anyone named Chuck is not allowed to play.

20 Responses to “How To Play Hiccup Dice”

  1. Christopher De Voss November 19, 2012 at 3:24 PM #

    It’s on the back of the box it comes in…

  2. Storkhunter November 19, 2012 at 4:17 PM #

    Sounds like a regular Saturday night at my house

  3. becca3416 November 19, 2012 at 5:04 PM #

    Is there a choking hazard?

    • Christopher De Voss November 19, 2012 at 7:06 PM #

      Yes, but with practice you will get better.

      • becca3416 November 19, 2012 at 7:14 PM #

        I almost just spit out my food at that. Not choking thought.

  4. Madame Weebles November 19, 2012 at 7:17 PM #

    What if your mouth isn’t big enough to accommodate all the dice? I mean, some poor people might not have that kind of skill. You know, for Hiccup Dice.

    • Christopher De Voss November 19, 2012 at 7:18 PM #

      Practice with smaller dice

      • Madame Weebles November 19, 2012 at 7:18 PM #

        I see. To build up your stamina and capacity. That makes sense.

  5. The Hook November 19, 2012 at 9:04 PM #

    Sounds like a winner! Have you booked your appearance on Shark Tank yet?

  6. davidhardingblogs November 20, 2012 at 9:44 PM #

    The people who brought you Gorilla Dice ROCK! I love this game, though, because from experience I know that anything with saliva, mustaches and LaLa is awesome.

    • davidhardingblogs November 20, 2012 at 11:08 PM #

      Wow! I think we already are! If you want, we’ll catch up sometime and play hiccup dice in gorilla suits, thereby combining the two. You free Friday?

  7. Maddie Cochere November 20, 2012 at 10:26 PM #

    Hahaha … rolled a “Harding.” Who won in the beta testing?

  8. Jen and Tonic November 22, 2012 at 4:38 PM #

    You’re invited to my next party.


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