Following the launch of Race for the Galaxy, Temple Gates Games in association with Rio Grande Games brings the Roll for the Galaxy boardgame to digital life! Roll for the Galaxy is a dice game of building space empires for 2-5 players. Your dice represent your populace, whom you direct to develop new technologies, settle worlds, and ship goods. The player who best manages their workers and builds the most prosperous empire wins!
This dice version of Race for the Galaxy takes players on a new journey through the Galaxy, but with the the feel of the original game.
Designed by Wei-Hwa Huang and Tom Lehmann, this dice version of Race for the Galaxy takes players on a new journey through the Galaxy. Keldon Jones, the developer behind the Race for the Galaxy AI, is at it again with Roll for the Galaxy. This game will feature a new neural network AI that will challenge even the most advanced players.
- 2 - 5 player with network multiplayer
- Asynchronous and real-time multiplayer modes
- Advanced neural network AI by Keldon Jones
- Nine starting factions, nine starting worlds
- Sixty developments and settlements[/list]
Fixed bug with tiles being invisible in the construction zone
Fixed bug with Jumpdrive Research not giving credits correctly (could lead to credits=0)
Fixed bug with multiplayer games with optional seats
Updated tile discount/bonus color to be more distinct
Other minor fixes and improvements
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Wow where to begin, the gameplay is an addictive and fairly quick like the board game. The UI is really smart here, looks great, zoom and hold function to see details is smooth, zero problems playing on IPhone 8+. Haven’t tried online play yet but my many ai matches are pretty well matched, just recently moved up to hard.
TLDR; Getting one app over the next six months? Get this.
BUG REPORT: You must spend all of your credits to recruit at the end of the phase? This has happened to me where I wanted to leave the other workers due to an ability firing off for those colored dice but the game would not let me proceed to the next round until all my credits were spent.
All apps should be programmed this professionally
It takes less than 1 second to load the splash screen on my iPad pro 3rd gen. And then another instant later the game screen is up. I select Online and I am there instantly. All this is done with such great professionalism by programmers who really know and care about their craft!
The game is great. The tutorial left me wanting, but the fellow who wrote it understood the game so well and I guess he just couldn’t connect to us beginners. But after struggling through a couple of games against the AI and being totally lost, I read the online, in game, rules and suddenly it all made sense.
Now that I understand how to play I am having a great time in online games. I even joined one created by one of the Admins. I figure that one should be a great challenge.
There are a lot of different strategies you can employ to win. Trying to figure out your opponents next move can be very helpful, but don’t forget to watch their long term strategy as well.
Great online game! The best to come along in quite a while.
Love this game!
I have been beta testing Roll for the Galaxy for a few months and I can emphatically say it’s one of my top digital board game adaptations. While I really liked Race for the Galaxy, Roll provides those stand up moments that only dice rolls can give in games. The dice placement and odds for the different types of dice really make this game stand out. If you like Race for the Galaxy or just space themed strategy games in general, you will love this game.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.