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Description

You don't have any dice with you ? Don't panic and download this app.
Contains a full set of realistic 3D dice to play your favorite role-playing games

Containing a very powerful 3D physics engine
Enhanced graphics containing multiple environments and dice textures

Save your configuration and retrieve it later
Display the list, the sum or the best of dice result

Special dice included:
- D6 ako
- D6 artillery
- D6 poker
- D6 fate
- D6 color
- D6 hotel
- D6 block
- D6 blood bowl
- D6 hero quest
- D6 scatter
- D6 star wars
- D8 star wars
- D12 cthulhu
- D12 star wars
- D20 magic

What’s New

Version 2.2.7

- New dice size selector
- Various bug fixes and optimizations
- Backup / Restore feature

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
134 Ratings

134 Ratings

Thisisazy ,

Absolutely beautiful but...

There are a few features I would like to see in future updates:

1. Sound effect settings. It’s weird that my custom raw wood background sound the same as a tabletop. Probably better with a butcher block option. Metallic sound for custom metal backgrounds. Muffled table for felted backgrounds, etc. Different sound effect settings would just be an awesome addition.

2. A manual light configuration. I don’t need the light to reposition constantly to see how cool my custom dice look. They have plenty of excellent movement to display their various faces. While the repositioning light source is a tidy effect, I’d like to shut it off when I’m playing on my own.

3. Slide setting for surface gloss in customizations. I love my tartan dice, but they’re actually too glossy with the graphics all the way up, but turning the graphics down doesn’t help unless I take them way down, and then the experience isn’t remotely equal.

4. Preset number configurations. If we could auto add faces from a selection of preset alfa-layered numerical styles, it would make customization way easier. Creating a numbered template takes a minimal level of skill, but to engrave and shadow pips, or numbers, or whatever, takes a bit more skill, and for the sake of universal ease of use, this would be a major bonus.

I would give this app ten stars if it had these features. This has been an aesthetically priceless addition to my personal gaming experience.

Bravo!

PRWindowCleaner ,

I want to love it...

This looks like it would do everything I could ever want in a dice app. My problem is this app seems like it doesn’t want to take my money. If you have a die already open and you go to edit it, you cannot access the catalog of new or custom styles, only what you have already downloaded. It took me way too much time to figure out the only way was to add a new die, and then you had access to the “catalog” button. When I finally found that, went to the bottom and selected “create your own dice,” I was finally given the option to unlock premium. The next problem was when I clicked “unlock,” I got “Oops! Something went wrong. Purchasing unavailable.” Next, I tried to contact the developer through the website. There was a “contact us” section, but there was no “submit” button.
I’m sorry to put in a three star review on what looks like is an awesome app that will perfectly meet my needs, but it looks like this might be my only way to provide feedback. Please provide a “upgrade to premium” button in the main menu or a free and a premium version in the App Store. (Now shut up and take my money!🙃)

Tarak the barbarian ,

Good but some things I don’t understand

When you start, you only can roll certain dice. Don’t sure how I did it but unlocked them all. I think it would be better if you get the normal dice off of the bat. I did some long testing on the d20s and it had odd results. I rolled it over 250 times and I found that there is certain numbers that are rolled quite a bit more commonly than others. I documented every roll and ended with and average of 11.1. Seems a little high but reasonably close the the expected average of 10.5. The only thing that lowered its rating was the off beginning and certain numbers being rolled fairly commonly while others are much more rare.

App Privacy

The developer, Kevin Boileau, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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