Shelfie Stacker is a fast paced, cleverly crafted, colourful delight which will appeal to both families and enthusiast board gamers alike!
Players compete to create the most illustrious game shelf through clever hand management and strategic dice placement.
You’ll pick a team of 8 Stacking Buddies and harness their abilities to claim the latest deliveries and to craft mind blowing combinations!
With 16 interchangeable Stacking Buddies, Reward Cards galore, two solo modes, and an overflowing bag of dice deliveries, there are endless ways to enjoy Shelfie Stacker.
So get ready! The games roll in quick, the decisions must be precise, it’s now time to grab and stack the perfect set of dice!
- Who is it for?
1 – 4 Players // 25+ minute playtime // Ages 13+
The easy to learn rules and quick gameplay makes it a fun game for all experience levels.
- Different Every Game!
With the variable turn order, dice drafting mechanic, and mini deck building no game will be the same!
- 16 Stacking Buddies!
You only need 8 to play, but there are 16 stacking buddies to choose from. Each of these usual suspects provide you with abilities to mitigate and manipulate the dice in unique ways.
- High Quality Components!
Dice (x88, 22 of each), Shelf of Shame Dashboards (x4), Big Shelf Dashboards (x4), Dice Bag (x1), Decks of Character Cards (x4 decks of 16), Shelfie Sidekick Cards (x4), First to Claim Cards (x12), End of Game Cards (x12), Delivery Boxes (x6), Point Scoring Reference Cards (x4), Scoring Pad (x1)
The game is played over the course of 7 rounds. Each round, groups of 3 dice are randomly rolled and placed into piles. These dice represent groups of board games. From their hand of 8 character cards, players must select 1 card to play facedown. These cards will not only determine turn order, but also provide a one-time ability to help players better stack their shelf. There are specific rules around how dice can be placed into players’ shelves, so careful planning is required. At the end of 7 rounds, the player with the best shelfie stack wins!