Roll estate game rules- how to play roll estate

By: Dennis B. B. Taylor


Hey there! Welcome to Roll Estate, a super fun roll and write print and play dice game that you can play with 1 – 5 players. In this game, we’re all about building up the most valuable score sheet filled with amazing properties, thriving businesses, and lucrative stock portfolios. Exciting, right? Let me tell you how it works.

So, here’s the deal: each round, you’ll get up to three chances to roll the dice and make the best moves possible. It’s all about strategy and timing. Oh, and there’s a twist! If you’re the first player to own a complete set of properties, you can start your own business. How cool is that? So, keep an eye out for those big opportunities.

Okay, enough chit-chat. Let me explain how you win this thing. At the end of the game, the player with the most points becomes the ultimate winner. Simple, right? Now, go out there and show off your real estate skills!

Do you want to try Roll Estate? You can easily purchase and download the game at PNP Arcade. Give it a go and have a blast!


Alright, to get started with Roll Estate, each player will need their own pencil and score sheet. You’ll also need 5 six-sided dice. Gather all your materials, set up your playing area, and get ready for some thrilling gameplay! Let the real estate adventure begin!


During my turn in the game, there are four possible phases that I can go through: rolling the dice, buying an asset, opening a business, and checking for the endgame.


First, I grab all five dice and give them a good roll. Then, I get to choose which dice I want to keep and set aside, and roll the rest again. If I want, I can even roll the dice that I’ve already kept again. But be careful, I can only do this up to three times.


After I’m done rolling the dice, it’s time for me to decide which asset I want to purchase. It’s important that I buy an asset on my turn, and I can only buy one. Each type of asset has its own requirements for purchase that I can find on my score sheet.

If I can’t buy an asset on my turn, I have to lose interest. That means I have to cross out the remaining available properties in a row of my choice. I won’t be able to buy those properties anymore, but I can still add up my score for that row.


If I’m the first one to buy all the properties in a row, I can start a business right away. I just need to check off the corresponding business box for that row. Once I start a business, nobody else can start the same one. They have to cross it off their score sheet. And remember, I can’t own both businesses in the same row.


After every turn, I check if the endgame has started. There are two ways to trigger the endgame: either if I have three businesses or if I have no more rental properties to claim.

But don’t worry, even if the endgame starts, we still play the same number of turns to keep things fair. Only after that do we tally up our scores and see who comes out on top.


Once the game is over, I grab my score sheet and start calculating. In case of a tie, we follow these rules:

First, we count our rental properties and see who has the most.

If there’s still a tie, we move on to mass transit routes and see who has the most of those.

If the tie persists, we finally look at our stock portfolios and see whose is the most valuable.


And now, the moment we’ve been waiting for. The player with the highest score takes home the victory.

Leave a Comment