I know what you're thinking, "there are no dice in SORRY!". The D12 is a game changer. The luck of the roll vs the fate of a set deck of cards.
The star=SORRY is so Parker Brothers doesn't send a C&D...
Try our heads up version:
-Each player controls two sets of pawns.
-Start with a pawn in the opposite corner from each start area.
-2 dice are rolled. Each set of pawns gets one move from the dice. If a 2 is rolled, only the pawn set that used the 2 gets another roll.
-An 11 can be used to swap a pawn between your own two sets or your opponents sets.
-You can bump your own team [one set hits another] back to start.
-You must use a move if you can. i.e. you have one set all at home and one pawn [second set] in the safe zone [the other 3 are in start or home]. You roll a 8 and 4. You can't use the 8 so you must move the pawn back four spaces.
-If one dice is rolled off the table you lose your whole turn
-To win the game, get all pawns from both sets to home.
-This variation has been play tested for years [we have a SORRY table]. All of the options with the two dice and eight pawns makes for a fun filled game. Give it a go!
*Jumbo sized 27mm tall
Use 100% infill on the dice to get proper weight. Supports are needed to keep the details crisp.
If you have good bed adhesion, print the numbers without a brim.
***The standalone 1's and the 1's from the 10,11 & 12 are different width. Don't mix them up when removing them from the bed.
Superglue the numbers and pips into the D12. Some force is needed to seat them properly. Use a C-clamp to press fit the parts.
Clean up uneven print areas [bottom of the print brim edge] with sandpaper/x-acto blade. Polish sanded areas with a butane lighter.