Dice Studio enables you to create and manage every type of dice, for virtually all board games; not only the classic, 6-sided dice, but also the special ones needed in race simulation, fantasy adventure or war campaign. You can build new dice choosing shape (from 4-sided to 30-sided), color, and specific numeric values or graphic symbols for each side.
Dice can be grouped as you like, allowing you to keep different sets available, specific for each game.
You can associate with every face a graphic symbol, selected from an embedded library with 100 predefined symbols; samples include weapons, smiles, alpha characters, meteo symbols, currency symbols, and others. And if you need other symbols, you can export the original ones from Dice Studio, then modify them with an external graphic editor: you can insert drawings, photos, and any image at your disposal, and finally reimport then, customizing your dice with unprecedented freedom.
Dice throwing is simulated on a virtual table, with a simple, effective 3D visualization; you can throw them moving the device as you're accustomed with real dice. Then all you have to do is wait until they stop rolling... and cross your fingers!
Compatible with current devices and versions of iOS. Note: core app functionality dates back to 2010: to get a glimpse of rendering quality, download first Dice Creator app (same graphic engine) for free from the “Developer Apps” section below.
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Good for making custom dice
A bit confusing to use, but one I figured it out I was able to make custom dice for a game. It’s the only app I found that you can change the numbers on each side of dice to whatever you want so you can have duplicate numbers if you want, which is what I needed.
All Right, Veeery Slooow
I'm trying to figure how such a "simple" app could be so darn slow on my Ipod Touch 3Gen. Honestly, I couldn't care less for the mediocre animation (no offense to the developer, I'm sure it was difficult to put together), but this app has streamline to be desired. I'll take 2D, non-animated dice if that means a smooth app!
Of note, I timed how long the app took to respond and execute a roll and it came out to approximately ~5 seconds for the first roll, ~16 seconds for subsequent rolls. Needless to say, I can't wait for an improvement to be made, and until then I'll be using computer scripts for my dice rolling.
I hope the developer still knows about this app. I love this app and use it to determine the fate of my games, Problem is, it suddenly deleted every single dice and I am now unable to use it, since it also can't save any new dice. If you would be so kind as to fix this error, I'll gladly appreciate it. :D
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.