Each player in Bingolino starts by taking sixteen tiles from the pool of 66. These tiles are numbered 1-22, with each number appearing three times, and each player arranges these tiles in a 4×4 grid with the tiles face up in whatever order they wish.
On a turn, the player rolls 1-5 six-sided dice, then announces the number rolled. Each player can flip one tile in their grid matching this number face down; if the active player didn’t flip a tile, they can choose to remove one of the dice to lower the total, then flip a tile with this number face down. If the active player still can’t flip a tile face down, then they must flip one of their already face-down tiles face up.
When a player creates a row of face-down tiles, whether orthogonally or diagonally, they take a star token and place it at the end of this row. (If they have to flip a tile in this row face up, they don’t lose the star, but neither would they gain another star for flipping this tile face down again.) The first player to claim four stars wins!