Your screen is to small to play this free online game.
Move the blue dice to the reds position and the red dice to the blues position within smallest number of moves. A very simple but also a fun flash web game, when you need a break. Have Fun!
Use your mouse to play this free online game. You can move the dice by clicking it. It can be moved to an empty space which is next to it, or if there is one dice between it and the space.
Do you have a passion for dice based board games, and do you also enjoy to play free online games? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free Dice Mix game online. Am I right? ;)
According to WikiPedia the use of fuzzy dice in cars is believed to be traced back to American fighter pilots during World War II. Pilots would hang the dice above their instruments displaying seven pips before a 'sortie' mission for good luck. It is also speculated that the dice represented a high degree of risk associated with the fighter sorties; hundreds of pilots were shot down each week. Upon returning after the war, many airmen continued the tradition. In the 1950s, the fuzzy dice became one of the first items sold specifically to be hung from a rear-view mirror. A 1993 study showed there to be no correlation between the use of fuzzy dice and the degree of a driver's reckless driving behavior.
According to TheBalance.com they attract good luck. Considering how many games of chance are played with dice, it's no surprise that they have become a symbol of luck. So why not show how much you love to roll the dice and come up with big wins by using fuzzy dice as your lucky talisman. Lady Luck is the personification of luck as a lady bringing good or bad fortune, it is said that Lady Luck would bring some dice players the luck of the Irish. During the gold and silver rush years in the second half of the 19th century, a number of the most famous and successful miners were of Irish and Irish American birth. Over time this association of the Irish with mining fortunes led to the expression 'luck of the Irish'.