I picked up Encounters: Shadowrun yesterday, a push your luck dice game using the RPG's look and feel (a prior version used Bravest Warriors), and even though we muddled through the rules a bit, it was quite fun. The idea is that each player represents a megacorp, each with a special ability. On your turn you flip over cards with a target number and some special rules. You roll 6 dice at the start of your turn and have to use them to exactly match the target number. You can then choose to flip over another card, and roll the remaining dice again to try and match the number on it, and continue along. If you manage to use all your remaining dice to match a target, you can escalate, getting another 6 dice and the cards you score are 2 worth more points. At any point you can choose not to flip over another card and instead score points. If you fail a roll, the next person can choose to continue where you left off or start again.
There's a few more complications in the game - you can spend points to buy Shadowrunners to modify your dice rolls, or to use your corp's ability to mess with other players. There's also regions which effect everyone's dice rolls but they shift constantly.
It's a light but fun game, which moves very quickly, especially when you get the hang of it. It'll sit there with Love Letter and similar minigames for a quick half hour here and there.