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I have the Finding Nemo board game but can't find the instructions. I need to know what the red and blue dice represent.

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This must be a different Finding Nemo game. The one I have has two dice, one red and one blue. It also has a stack of cards that are like maze pieces that appear to fill in gaps in the maze that is on the game board.

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"To begin, the deck of cards is spread out. Each card contains a number, from 2 through 12. The player on turn rolls all four six sided dice. From the roll, players may combine two sets of two dice to make a number, placing chips on the matching turtle cards. For example, if a roll of 2, 3, 3 and 4 is rolled, a player may combine the 2 and 3 (to make 5) and the second 3 and 4 (to make 7) and place a chip on the 5 and 7 turtle cards respectively. An even better play would be to combine the 2 and 4 and both 3s to earn TWO chips on card number 6. A player may continue to roll and place chips as long as he is able to combine at least ONE combination that is still viable. When it a number not viable? When the matching number card is won and out of the game!
As a player rolls and chips mount on cards, a player may choose to stop and mark on the score sheet the number of chips he has placed on a particular card or cards. Should a player place the required number of chips on a card (an amount that varies from only two for cards 2 and 12 up to seven for card number 7), that player claims that card and both that card and number are now out of play. Should a player be unable to place a chip on a card on his turn, his turn is over and all chips placed on that turn are lost! The first player to successfully claim three cards wins the game!"


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