Kivi ("stone" in Finnish) is a tactical game of dice where the players score points by building lines of consecutive stones, either horizontally or vertically. A roll of the dice determines where you can place a stone: to stake on your own row or to block another player's game?
The player with the most points after 10 rounds wins the game. The rules to Kivi are easy to master but Kivi maintains its thrill throughout a game as no stone is set before the last dice have been rolled.
Kivi is Yahtzee with six dice, but instead of filling a scoring sheet, players place stones on a board marked with different scoring combinations. Most points are scored by creating lines of adjacent stones.